To be eligible for posting, the fundraiser must directly help an Emergency Communications Professional or their household. Fundraisers can be for property loss, medical expenses, or funeral expenses. Fundraisers will be posted for 1 month.
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Candice is a Joplin, Missouri dispatcher. Candice was walking her dogs when dispatch called to ask her address. They told her they thought her house was on fire. She rushed home to find flames pouring from her house. Thankfully, nobody was injured, but most of her possessions were lost.
Jenelle was recently diagnosed with aggressive Stage 3 breast cancer in November 2020. In the upcoming weeks and months, Jenelle will need your help to cover the mounting medical costs associated with her treatment.
Brian was a outgoing, happy, and reserved man that always put people first and was always there when they needed him. This memorial fundraiser was set up for the sole purpose of giving back and to show appreciation to Brian for all of his years of service.
Angela Yoxall-Hurlburt, a second-generation 911 call operator and dispatcher, died from an apparent heart attack. She leaves behind two small daughters.
Dispatcher Mike Atwell lost his battle with COVID-19 recently. As his family struggles to understand and move forward, they could use some financial support to help with expenses.
A Clermont County dispatcher was injured, and his 9-year old daughter passed away as the result of a serious traffic accident. The family is in need of financial support to cover arrangements and medical costs.
Guadalupe Lopez, a Chicago Police Dispatcher with OEMC (Zone 10) for over 33 years, has passed on November 16, 2020 from complications with COVID-19.