#Activate10: Help the Marrow family with medical expenses

#Activate10, presented by your local McDonald’s Restaurants a County 10 series seeking to increase communication between individuals and organizations across Fremont County and to promote positive action in our communities.

The Marrow family was in the middle of a move when their special needs daughter Maggie got sick with bilateral viral pneumonia. Sagewest ended up life-fighting her to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City.

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Maggie has been in and out of ICU, placed on BiPAP and CPAP, and is currently maintaining a small amount of oxygen. They’re now discussing doing a g-tube surgery and possible tonsil and adenoidectomy. 

Due to insurance changes, not everything is going to be covered. The family would use the financial assistance for food, travel expenses and medical bills. Their current goal is $3500.

For those who would like to make a donation can click here to visit the Facebook page. You can also visit the Facebook page to get updates on how Maggie and her family are doing.  

The family greatly appreciates all those who have been able to help Maggie this far and continue to send their gratitude.

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#Activate10, presented by your local McDonald’s Restaurants a County 10 series seeking to increase communication between individuals and organizations across Fremont County and to promote positive action in our communities.

The Marrow family was in the middle of a move when their special needs daughter Maggie got sick with bilateral viral pneumonia. Sagewest ended up life-fighting her to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City.

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Maggie has been in and out of ICU, placed on BiPAP and CPAP, and is currently maintaining a small amount of oxygen. They’re now discussing doing a g-tube surgery and possible tonsil and adenoidectomy. 

Due to insurance changes, not everything is going to be covered. The family would use the financial assistance for food, travel expenses and medical bills. Their current goal is $3500.

For those who would like to make a donation can click here to visit the Facebook page. You can also visit the Facebook page to get updates on how Maggie and her family are doing.  

The family greatly appreciates all those who have been able to help Maggie this far and continue to send their gratitude.

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