The spaghetti feed enjoyed some success on April 30th, but it will come as no surprise that the need is great and still continues. Jacob’s aunt is extremely thankful to those who supported the event. Free will offerings are gratefully accepted as we continue to try to help defray expenses during Jacob’s healing road ahead. The amount you give does not matter. You stepping forward now to benefit this helpless child very much does matter! Please do not pass on this opportunity to do the right thing today. In February of 2011, KRCR TV posted the tragic story of a local boy who needs our help. Here is an excerpt…
REDDING, Calif. — A Redding boy beaten with a baseball bat is improving at U.C. Davis Medical Center. The 8-year-old is now listed in good condition and family members say he smiles and is able to move his arms and legs. The boy’s aunt says they expect him to be in intensive care for the next six months. Read entire article here>
Jacob’s aunt, Laurie Sieglock has created a Facebook page, JACOBS KAUSE. Please visit the site to keep up with Jacob’s miraculous progress.
Now here is how you can help. In the hope of easing Jacob’s future with a financial blessing, Laurie had organized a spaghetti feed fundraiser.
The event now has extended hours from 2:00-6:00 pm on April 30th @John Beaudet Community Center in Shasta Lake City. The address is: 1525 Median Ave. Click here for a map. Just round up a few friends and family and go have a nice dinner there on Saturday, April 30th. Donations are tax deductible through the 501c3 non-profit number 90-0171704. In case you were not able to make it on the 30th, you can still help by mailing a donation to New Life Church, 10582 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA 96003. Please include a note “For Jacob”.