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OUR FAMILIES 2018-02-10T17:15:33+00:00

Our Families, Their Stories

Each family that Annie’s Angels supports has a unique story, read about them here.

Vietnam Vet, William, Needs Help

Annie’s Angels is working with Team Depot of the Home Depot Foundation to help a local Vietnam Veteran, William. Through a grant from The Home depot Foundation and volunteerism through Team Depot and Annie’s Angels we are making the remodel happen but we need some help from you!…

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Helping Hands for George

I never ask for help, so this is hard for me to do, but I do ask, so that George is not worrying about the future and is concentrating on getting stronger and looking forward to the future. George recently developed septic shock from pneumonia…

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Rebecca Ernest Funeral & Family Assistance Fund

Rebecca passed suddenly the morning of December 17. We are raising funds for her funeral expenses and to help her family financially cope with this devastating tragedy….

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Brayden Christmas Fund

Hi we are the Christmas Family. In March of 2007 we welcomed our son, Brayden Cole Christmas into the world. His name means brave warrior. He was born with severe hydrocephalus, adducted thumbs, club feet, nystagmus in both eyes- which he now wears glasses for- and muscle spasticity…

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Martin Adamovage Family Assistance

This is a journey that began this summer for our family; We don’t know where we are going or what lies along the way, but we know we aren’t alone. We have peace that God is with us, that nothing that we are going through is outside his control…

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Stair Glide for Joyce

Joyce is a seventy-year-old resident of Portsmouth who has severe stage IV lymphedema, caused by treatments for her lymphoma. Lymphedema is most commonly caused by the removal of or damage to your lymph nodes as a part of cancer treatment…

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Emily’s Stair Lift Fund

Thank you. 2 small words that are bursting with gratitude! Thanks to the kindness and generosity of friends, family and strangers – we were able to purchase a wheelchair van on July 6th, 2017. Since then…

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German Family Assistance

For the past 10 years, raising my twin daughters alone has been a financial, physical, and emotional challenge. I worked multiple jobs to provide a loving, safe, supportive home while rising above adversity.

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Trevor’s Miles

Trevor Miles is used to challenges. He had a especially tough winter medically. He faced everything with such bravery and humor. His uplifting and strong spirit touched the hearts of many. He sprouted inches and for a kiddo who grows slower than most this was amazing to witness. He looks forward to continuing to ride horses and get out on the river fishing.
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Love for the Carpenters

Those of us that know Dylan Carpenter have watched this incredible human being grow from a kid who was always mature beyond his years to the teenager he is now. His keen sense of mischief, strong wit and a sly smile have always been trademarks of his very big personality. One who knows him cannot blame this on the teenage years.  He loves a good challenge…

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Dakota’s Story

Hi, my name is Dakota. I am a four year old little boy with a genetic disability preventing me from walking along like other kids my age. I have many other significant daily skills that are impossible for me to accomplish, but never give up or stop having faith.

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Jillian’s Journey

There is a special little girl in an orphanage in China who needs to begin her journey to succeed at life. The Carter family is the forever family willing to begin Jillian’s journey despite her challenges.

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Positive Thoughts for Keri

It’s been 6 years since her accident and Keri Bosworth is working her butt off on the road to recovery.

Keri means so much to so many different people. As a mother of two from Newmarket, Keri had her world turned upside down in June 2010, when a swimming pool accident crushed her C3 and C4 vertebrae, leaving her paralyzed.

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Love for Lexy

Lexy lives in Exeter , NH. She is an amazing 4 year old girl with Alexander’s disease, a leukodystrophy. She was diagnosed with leukodystrophy at 18 months old after a horrible seizure lasting over 2 1/2 hours!

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Support for Myla

On Wednesday January 28, 2009 Myla Gott was driving home from the gym and got into a serious car accident, from that accident she received a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). The night of the accident she was rushed to Portsmouth Regional Hospital, the following day she was transported to Mass.

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