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The Snap Mom Community Fundraisers

In loving memory of Ethan and Brynn Baker


“No one should ever have to bury their child. We had our funeral service for him and dealt with everything day by day. The loss of our baby boy was emotional by itself, then the grief really started to set in. Trying to heal physically and emotionally after delivering him was harder than I ever expected. In the midst of our grief and pain something amazing happened, we found out we were expecting again just 2 1/2 months after we lost Ethan… ”

Lucas and Life With Mast Cell Disease


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1 year old Lucas has been diagnosed with Mast Cell Activation Disorder and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, two extremely rare and life threatening diseases which require extensive medical care. It is often seen these two diseases go hand in hand. With our help, he can receive the love and medical care he so desperately needs.MCAD is a rare cellular condition that causes the cells responsible for allergic reactions to not function properly. In more severe cases like Lucas’, it can cause you to be “allergic to life.” “


Prayers for Daxton Gage


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“Our son, Daxton Gage, was born via c-section at 36 weeks. Immediately after he was born, he was taken away to the NICU at Pikeville Medical Center in Pikeville, KY. due to what we originally thought were breathing issues. After hours of waiting to hear from doctors what was happening with our baby . We received devastating news. Our beautiful baby boy was born with an unexpected congenital heart defect known as transposition of the great arteries.”

Be Brave For Forrest


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“Meet my friend Forrest! One of the most loving and rambunctious 21 month old boys you will ever meet! He was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor located on his brain stem”

Help Grace Get Rehab


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“Grace is a 12 year old who suffers from Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Hypogammaglobulinemia, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Dysautonomia, and other chronic debilitating painful diseases. She has recently been disgnosed with AMPS(Amplified Musculoskeletol Pain Syndrome) and significant muscle atrophy. She has lost all reflexes in her lower extremities and is in desperate need of rehablitation to regain complete function and prevent further disability. She was referred to the PPRC at Boston Children’s Hospital and Nemours Childrens Hospital in Orlando. The program at Nemours Children’s Hospital could get her in the soonest. She will be admited to the program and begin treatment on August 10th 2015. This is a 30 day, 5 day a week intensive rehab program that requires her family to relocate to another city for a month. The cost of these programs average $2700.00 a day”

Justice for Lindsay Nichols


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“Lindsey Price was a wonderful friend and mother. She had a 2 year old son, Dominic, who she loved with every bit of her. She was in a 6 year relationship with the father of her child and became a victim of domestic violence. Her fiance was an Army veteran who suffered from PTSD. On Saturday, July 18, 2015, Lindsey had gone out with friend and her fiance, whom she shared a birth date with, to the Westin hotel in Tampa. At some point during the night, the night took a turn for the worse and her fiance shot her and then turned the gun on himself. This left their 2 year old son, Dominic, without either of his parents. He’s currently in the care of family. This GoFundMe account will go directly into a trust fund for their son so that he will never have to worry about how he will pay for college. Lindsey was a local mother in Bradenton. She was such a loving person and always there for her friends to give advice when they needed it even though she herself suffered from depression and was a victim of domestic violence. ”

Prayers For Isaac


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“On Sunday Isaac was having flu like symptoms and was taken to the hospital. He was then transported to Children’s Mercy by ambulance because his heart rate was double what it should be. That night the drs confirmed that Isaac was in Kidney failure. Today test showed that it’s worse than they thought and the family will be meeting with the cardiovascular team to discuss options and surgery.”



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“Meet Scotty. He was born on December 16th, 2014. He was born 8 weeks early due to the placenta being 70 percent detached. When we got to the hospital his heartrate was only 30 BPM. We had a stat c-section and my little boy was born not breathing and with hardly any heartbeat. He was revived and spent 31/2 weeks in the NICU. He had a few hospital visits after that but overall was pretty healthy. On September 14th all of that changed, we rushed to the hospital because my little man was having seizures…”

Baby Theo’s Miraculous Journey


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“On Tuesday September 22nd at 11:23am, our baby officially became our miracle. Theodore Lee Somsen was born and at 11:23am. He was immediately taken to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit where life saving measures began to take place.  His diaphragmatic hernia would certainly need repair but they first needed to stabilize him and placed him on ECMO.  Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation is a machine that is used to take over the work of the lungs and the heart.  The machine circulates the blood outside the body to fill it with oxygen and take out the carbon dioxide like our lungs would.  This life sustaining machine will work overtime until Theo is able to have his “patch surgery” that will close the hole in the diaphragm and re-locate his liver, stomach, and intestines into the part of the abdomen where they belong.

Angela DeLoach Memorial Fund


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“Angela left this world unexpectedly on August 21st, 2015, leaving behind her two small children and extended family. Please consider contributing a small amount to help defray end of life expenses and assist this family in their time of need.”

Heather’s Battle With Thyroid Cancer


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“I will have to stay out of work for several weeks due to surgery and radiation I am also in the process of adopting my two neices and nephew so we have a lot on our plate and I want to make sure during my sickness that I don’t have to worry about the stress of medical bills. During the earlier years I went through many life changing events, I continued to tell the military doctors that there was something wrong with me. I had gained 80lbs, it hurt to swollow, chest palpitations, zombie mode the list goes on. The doctors told me for two years I was just having Anxiety and that I was fine. The new year of 2013 I could barely walk it felt like needles stabbing me in my back, we rushed to the hospital where we found out there was something wrong with my thyroid but it wasn’t considered an emergency in the hospital so I needed to follow up with doctor the next day. I called my doctors office and demanded a new doctor. They granted my wishes.. entering the room the doctor already knew he had me turn around and go to the lab, long story short my thyroid level came back in the upper 97-98 range, the normal is between 1-5.”

The Passing of Baby Levi, Born at 25 Weeks


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“Levi Ocean was born still on Saturday May 16th 2015 at 25 weeks due to a congenetive heart defect. After Levi’s passing I fell into a severe depression. I’m drowning in depression and debt from time lost at work and from medical bills that came piling in.
I am so appreciative of the help we have been given. If anyone could help by sharing this campaign, I would be so grateful.”

Help Vicki Cover Her Funeral Costs


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“Where do I begin? I have been fighting cancer for 9 years. Lung cancer 2006, breast cancer 2008, and lung cancer 2011. It was a very hard and long road to travel, but I thought I had finaly beat it. Then this year in January I got sick and was went to the ER and was informed that they had found a tumor by my esophagus and pressing against one of the main arteries to my heart, plus they had found two pouches of fluid on the outer side of both lungs, hence my cancer had returned. This time with a vengeance. I just don’t want to leave my family with the huge expense of my death. I have excepted that I am dying, but I can’t except the idea of leaving them with paying out the money I know they don’t have. So that is why I am doing this.”

Help Samantha Blais Fight Cancer

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“Sam is a dear friend of mine who has been diagnosed with cancer attacking her lungs and bones. She’s is a very humble, kind person and a mom to a beautiful 8 month old daughter. Her insurance won’t cover her treatment so she is looking for help, not just financially but also for prayers!” -Hannah

Support Jaymesun

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“Jaymesun is a sarasota native and he is a very special little boy. At this moment he has an unknow genetic disorder, undiagnosed white matter condition, he is deaf and has bad eye sight. We only have medicaid which doesnt cover anything out of state. Jaymesun desperately needs an exome sequencing test done to map his gene to find out whats wrong with him. The test must be sent out of state to a lab so medcaid wont cover it. Since day one jaymesun has fought for life. At one point the doctors thought he had luekodystrophy, we are still testing for a few. I am trying to spread the word about him. Let people know his story, help us along the way with words of encouragement, donations, prayers, and spreading the word. Thank you for the considration. There is more info on the website too.”  -Ashley Groff

 Loss fund for Breeana

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“Last week my cousin Breeana gave birth to her baby boy and after holding him for a brief 1 hour, he passed away.  She knew this was something that had a HUGE probability of happening but was praying for a miracle.  the doctors found out her baby had something called Triploidy at19wks and advised her to abort.  She chose not to even knowing that her life was at risk (her doctors told her the longer she carried her child, the bigger the threat of things like preeclampsia, hyperthryoidisim, and hemorrhaging were for her) at 27w, 6d she was induced because her kidneys and liver were in danger of failing and her blood pressure had skyrocketed.  He was born on June 18th.  They told her they would only do life saving treatments if he lived for more then 2 hours as his chances of survival were not high (less then .5%).  He lived for 1 hour and 8 minutes.  The funeral is this Saturday.  She was discharged 4 days after he was born as she is doing much better PHYSICALLY but no mother should have to bury their child.  They now have costs for the funeral, hospital stay, and loss of income for her fiancée while she was in the hospital and they already have a 1 yr old son.  I m asking for this to be put on your page to try to help them raise some money to help ease their financial burden.  Thanks for your consideration.” -Danielle Cuvelier

Payten’s Journey to HOPE and LIFE Fundraiser

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“This gofundme account has been set up for a family very close to my heart. Their oldest daughter has recently been committing acts of self harm due to hidden sexual abuse and also has Asperger’s. This is a military family stationed in Hawaii who could use our help as they are required to take monthly visits to the mainland (where Payten is being treated) in order to keep the treatments covered under their insurance — there was nowhere in Hawaii that could treat her. This family needs all the help they can get!!” -Amanda Kate

Eddings Family Fundraiser

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“I went to high school with Hadley. She is one of the sweetest, most caring, loving women I have ever met. truly a beautiful soul. Her husband is a worship leader at their church near Charlotte, NC, and they have a beautiful family. I don’t understand why this happened to them, but like everyone else am trying to have faith in Gods plan. They were in a terrible accident this past weekend, and their two year old son Dobbs was killed in the wreck. Hadley was almost 37 weeks pregnant and had to have an emergency c-section. The baby, Reed, passed away Monday from complications due to his injuries and the early delivery. I cannot begin to imagine the heartbreak and devastating loss surrounding this family. They need all the help they can get even if it’s just a simple prayer. thank you” –Jerah Rollins

Off to SEE the Wizard Fundraiser

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“This is a fundraiser for my color blind nephews so they can purchase glasses that will allow them to see color in a whole new way….thank you.” –Sara Blankenship

Faith’s Barbizon Modeling Fund

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“This is a gofundme that is super important due to many reasons. Most people will overlook it because she wants to be a model, and that’s not something to support by most people. But this has been this girls lifelong dream, and I’ve known her since she was born, was even there for it. Her father (very good friends of ours) passed away in December of 2013. He would have gone in half and half with them so she could go, and since his death she has had no initiative to do anything. Her teachers were worried about her in school, we were getting calls and even had her come stay with us for a while. She’s been in counseling as well, but once she got the call to participate her spirit just turned around. Our families are doing our best to get her there but we need all the support we can get. She wants to be the girl to make a change, especially since she’s seen hear articles about a new plus sized model as well as a beautiful model with Down’s Syndrome. If this gets approved and we can get it out there that would be amazing! This means a lot to her and everyone that knows her.
Thank you!” -Jessica Lauren

Keep The Ball Rolling Fundraiser

“J316 Ministries is a sports ministry that uses Soccer balls and basketballs to share the good news of Jesus Christ with people all over the world. The colors of the wordless book are represented on the balls and help bridge language barriers and create an easy avenue to share the Greatest Story ever told. We have already raised nearly $5,000 and are in need of $12,000 more to restock our supply of these balls. 

Visit our website at and click on the Donate tab. You can securely make a donation using PayPal. At check out please note that your donation is for our fundraiser.” -Leah Genheimer

 Max and Lauren Plus 1 Fundraiser

My husband, Max, and I are hoping to adopt our first child!  We have been diagnosed with “recurrent pregnancy loss” which basically means I can get pregnant, but the doctors aren’t sure why I can’t stay pregnant.  Although we had dozens of tests done, we were never able to get to the bottom of things. Max and I always saw adoption in our future, we just didn’t realize we’d be adopting our first.  We are so excited to be on this journey.  We are anxiously awaiting the time when we can welcome our child into our home and hearts.  
Adoption is not without expense, and although we have made budget cuts and are aggressively saving, we need help.  We have created a fundraising page for those who would like to support us financially – every little bit helps and brings us one step closer to bringing Baby R. home.

We invite you to also follow our journey by “liking” our Facebook page:

We ask for your help, your support, and your prayers as we embark on this journey to find our child.

With love and anticipation,

Lauren R.

Go Fund Me for Lori

“My good friend Lori Devine has been diagnosed with Spinal Cord Compression and Degeneration of her C5/6 and C 4/5 Discs, and therefore she requires surgery for a Cervical Fusion of the 2 discs. She & her husband Jeff have 8 kids together, & they have no health insurance.  The cost of the procedure alone is over $40,000, not to mention the hospital stay, physical therapy, medication, & lost wages.  She is a wonderful person who helps everyone she can, so I’m hoping she can get help in her time of need.”  –Jodi Webber