I don’t know Jeff Snow, but I’m betting more than a few of you do. The Lake Worth drummer has played in the past with the likes of Mike Dunn & the Kings of New England and John Ralston, and as opposed to the normal fundraising pleas that go out from musicians, this one is a bit more serious.
From The HoneyComb.com:
Harrison was born on Nov. 1st, 2010 to Jeff and Susan Snow. He was a big and beautiful boy, weighing in at 8lbs, 9oz and 21” long. Immediately after his birth, Harrison began experiencing breathing difficulties. After a few hours in the hospital’s NICU, he was moved to a more comprehensive NICU facility and diagnosed with a diaphragmatic hernia (CDH). Four months, four hospitals, and five surgeries later, and they are still not home. Progress has been slow, but we are hopeful that with the latest edition of Harrison’s trach, he will be home soon.
But as you can imagine, the expense of being in and out of hospitals for four months must be an added stress to Jeff and Susan. The Snow family would never ask for this on their own…but they have SO many people who love them and want to help and do not know how. This kind gesture will hopefully give them some small amount of relief amidst this most difficult time. The family will forever be grateful for your generous heart.
PLEASE DONATE HERE
**All donated funds are directly deposited into Jeff and Susan’s paypal account for ongoing medical expenses, travel expenses, extra living expenses, etc.
Read about this amazing family at Caringbridge
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