Current Family-to-Family Fund Project

In the past seven years Debarah Clinton has had at least 6 mini-strokes.  She currently has to walk with a cane and at times a walker.  She does have a caregiver to assist her. Her caregiver shared that she worries about Debarah when she is not there in the home with her and the conditions in her bathroom where she could fall and hurt herself at any time. Being on a fixed income limits Debarah’s financial ability to pay for repair services on her own, and being without family she has tried to make some DIY repairs but is physically unable to.

Debarah's primary concerns are in her bathroom where the toilet is not supported properly.  A friend temporarily nailed a board on her dining room ceiling to try to prevent the toilet from falling through.  Debarah also has great difficulty getting in and out of her tub due to health conditions.  She wishes for better handicap accessibilty.  

Another concern is with safety as her front and back doors are currently not secure.  The front door is closed with ropes and Debarah places a chair agains the back door before she goes to sleep for security.

No worries, Debarah. We've got this!

"We don't want the 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' build to be our first and last charitable project; we are committed to giving back on an ongoing basis." 

John Maleno

Founder and President

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