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T-shirts for Bailynn - support Bailynn with our Wheelchair Love T-shirt WOMEN & YOUTH Design!

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Organized by Bobbi Gardner Hammonds
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T-shirts for Bailynn - support Bailynn with our Wheelchair Love T-shirt WOMEN & YOUTH Design! Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
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Gildan Youth Ultra Cotton T-shirt

Buy a shirt and help with Bailynn's ongoing medical expenses, environment assistance, and other uncovered needs.

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All funds raised will go to Bobbi Gardner Hammonds, the organizer for Bailynn's ongoing Medical Expenses and Needs..
$490 raised
28 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
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Gildan Youth Ultra Cotton T-shirt, Unisex - Heliconia
Gildan Youth Ultra Cotton T-shirt
Unisex - Heliconia
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Organized by Bobbi Gardner Hammonds

About this campaign

Tuberous Sclerosis is defined by the National Tuberous Sclerosis Association as a genetic disorder that causes benign tumors to form in any of the vital organs including the brain, eyes, heart, kidneys, and skin. It is often first recognized because of epileptic seizures and/or varying degrees of development delay.TS occurs in both sexes and in all races and/or ethic groups.There are approximately 25,000 to 40,000 individuals with TS in the United States.

Bailynn suffers from tuberous sclerosis. Unlike many others with this disorder, she has every marker that is used to diagnose this rare and deadly disorder. Bailynn's tubers are currently in her Brain, Heart, Kidneys, eye, on her skin and recently discovered in her liver. The final organ to attack will be her lungs.

Bailynn Suffers from epilepsy and at 15 months of age had the left-side of her brain removed to help relieve her from constant seizing. Bailynn does still have seizures and has had a Vagus Nerve Stimulator implanted to help with the control of seizures. There is nothing more heart wrenching than watching your child seize.

Her current fight is against the tubers that continually form and grown in her kidneys and liver. She has a forever battle against a disorder that has no cure and has not had break throughs medically for treatments. We continue to keep a positive outlook though the days that she suffers in pain are long and hard.

Despite all of Bailynn’s continuing obstacles she continues to be a strong and happy little girl. Though she is wheelchair bound and doesn’t speak, she tells the World a marvelous story of Hope and Courage.


Visit my blog at www.my5girls.com for read more about Bailynn and our family's journey with Tuberous Sclerosis!



Supporters

Hensley Jane Wire 1 item
Molly Johnson 1 item
Anonymous 3 items + $100

So grateful to know your family.

Beth Young 2 items

We love Bai!!

Sherrie Huffman 1 item
Anonymous 1 item + $100

i know first hand the challenges of raising a family and meeting the extraordinary needs of children. Glad to be able to help In a small way.

Steve Wood 1 item

Because we love, love, LOVE every single one of those Hammonds'!

Anonymous 1 item
Charlotte 1 item
Betty Brown 6 items

I have admired Bobbie from afar! She has been fighting to make Bailynn's life easier! I admire her strength for never taking "no" for an answer! Bailynn and her sisters share a special bond!!

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