If You Could Change a Child’s Life Would You? // Sparrow's Partnership
It is the season of giving and we live in the world of excess. Do we actually need more stuff? What if a donation could impact the life of another in a way never before thought possible? If you think “Oh, someone should do that,” perhaps that someone is YOU! If we all sit back and do nothing waiting for someone else to do something, what impact are we having on changing the world?
Currently, there are nine children that have not responded to “traditional medical treatments” and are awaiting potential life-changing non-embryonic stem cell therapies. These therapies are not covered by insurance and are out of the financial reach of the families. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to The Good Fight Foundation to make these treatments available.
Recently I had the privilege of meeting an amazing group with a heart of service to others that is rare to find. John and Leslye Pace formed The Good Fight Foundation to serve “the least of these.” They have a passion for addressing the needs of children from lack of basic needs to providing medical care for families that cannot afford life-changing stem cell treatments.
The impact this makes on families is huge. One potential recipient told me “The chance to do this would be the best gift ever. I am so excited!” Felicia Dewberry, a mother of a potential recipient, had this to say, “Please consider donating and pray for these children. Some things are out of our control but we can control how we help others and the impact we can have in our community. Please make a life-changing impact for a child this Christmas Season.”
Another appreciative mother, Becky Reaves, said “I would like to thank The Good Fight Foundation for making this opportunity possible for our children. They have given us hope that my daughter may one day be cured!”
Sally Wesley expressed it this way, “To know that this is out of my control and there is nothing I can do to help my child is difficult. Having an invisible, chronic illness is hard enough. Being doubted, judged, or dismissed is overwhelming and heartbreaking. It is frustrating that I cannot explain to people what it feels like.”
Please give something that could change a life by making a very much needed and appreciated donation to the Good Fight Foundation.
Consider the gratitude you would have if this was your family and in this season of giving, please help The Good Fight Foundation and these children “fight the good fight” by making a tax-deductible donation - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
More on the Good Fight Foundation:
The Good Fight Foundation, a 501 3c non-profit organization, graciously offers up their time, energy, and resources to God’s Great Co-Mission as an expression of their love and gratitude for all that He has done. 100% of all donations go directly to these causes.
Founder and President of The Good Fight Foundation, John “Gio” Pace has had an undeniable passion for The Lord since he was saved back in 1987. He has hosted numerous Faith-based Youth Events throughout the past 25 years with such organizations as Youth for Christ, Mighty Warriors, and The Anna Maria Island Christian Foundation. He has always had a heart for Youth as God has empowered him to connect with young people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Although he has a passion for youth he can relate to people of all ages and his calling extends to everyone in need of hope. John’s business background includes VP of Business Development for Ideal Image Development Corporation, VP of Marketing for Magnegas Corporation (NASDAQ Company MNGA), CEO of Pace Media, LLC, and over 12 years as owner/operator of The Anna Maria Island Beach Resort. John’s 30 plus years of writing and producing videos and commercials shall now be dedicated to serving The Most High God to win souls for His Kingdom.
Leslye Pace M.D. has been Director of Anesthesiology at Dekalb Gastroenterology and Associates for the past 9 years. She completed her internship, residency and a fellowship in Anesthesiology and Pain Management at The University of Alabama in Birmingham and served on staff for 4 years. Leslye has a contagious enthusiasm and joy for life and a heart to serve God by helping those that can’t help themselves. As a mother of 5, she has been blessed with a genuinely loving spirit that makes children and adults alike melt away their walls and welcome her in.