Aurora, Colo. January 11, 2013. HelpAsh.org spokespersons Kindle Fahlenkamp-Morell and Heather Dearman, announced they have partnered with leading fundraising website FundRazrto raise money online for Ashley Moser, a victim of the Aurora, CO tragedy of July 20, 2012. To date, the family has raised 20 percent of their overall goal.
Ashley Moser (25 years old) faces a long road to recovery and also faces significant mounting medical expenses for her recovery in various Colorado-based medical facilities. Ashley’s daughter Veronica (6 years old), was killed during the movie theater shooting. HelpAsh.org was launched to provide online resources, including a fundraising form, to raise awareness for Ashley and secure donations for her recovery and future expenses.
“We are extremely blessed to have received the amount of charitable donations online both through HelpAsh.org and FundRazr,” states Fahlenkamp-Morell. “Ashley is an incredible woman that needs our support and the support from others as she continues down her long road to recovery.”
The family has set a goal of raising $300,000 for Ashley by the end of 2013. All of the donations (100%) will go directly to Ashley Moser and helping her overcome medical expenses and prepare her for her future.
“At FundRazr, our goal is to help raise money online for foundations, non-profits and personal fundraising through crowdfunding and social media integration,” states Daryl Hatton, founder and CEO of FundRazr. “We are honored to help Ashley Moser and her family raise fundraising resources toward helping her recover from this devastating tragedy.”
Ashley is currently in temporary housing until an apartment can be retrofitted for her and she will continue to receive therapy and medical treatment for her disability.
“We are extremely thankful for the generosity of those that have donated and chose to support Ashley’s recovery,” states Dearman. “Our hope is that Ashley can work towards an independent future with new goals.”
HelpAsh.org was launched by Ashley’s cousins as an online resource and fundraising website for Ashley Moser and Veronica Moser-Sullivan, victims of the Aurora theater shooting in Aurora, CO on July 20, 2012. Tragically, Veronica’s life was cut short when a gunman entered a movie theater and opened fire. She was only 6 years old. Ashley was recently released from Craig Hospital where she was rehabilitating from the multiple gunshot wounds that caused her paralysis. She is partially paralyzed as a result and continues to receive therapy and medical treatment for her disability. Visit http://www.helpash.org/ for more information.
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