Injured SC high school player at Shepherd Spinal Center
By now many of you have heard about Chapin, SC, high school lacrosse player Jack Enright. He broke his neck during a lacrosse game and has been moved to Shepherd Spinal Center here in Atlanta to continue his recovery. As you can imagine his family is overwhelmed by this catastrophic accident and are struggling by being away from their support system in South Carolina.
At this time there are a few ways you can help. First, the family has accommodations provided by their health insurance company for one month. After that they will have to pay for a hotel to be near their son. If you have hotel reward points to donate that would be great.
They also have family traveling back and forth from SC to help mom and dad. Restaurant and Gas gift cards would help defer travel expenses for the family.
Finally, a Go Fund Me page has been set up to help with the inevitable medical bills that aren't covered by insurance. Click here to visit Jack's page and read his story.
WFYLAX Coach Patrick Britt has been spearheading the support from our program. Please email him if you can help Jack and his family. firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of our very own U13 girls will be undergoing spinal surgery for juvenile idiopathic scoliosis this week. This is something her family has been with for many years and now is the time for what will hopefully be her very last surgery for scoliosis.
A Meal Train has been set up to help her family have one less thing to worry about and be able to focus on caring for Maggie as she recovers. If you can help Maggie's family please sign up to take them a meal in the coming weeks.