Kalama. WA – In the spirit of unity, compassion, and support, we come together to shine a light on the incredible journey of Robin Penwarden, a devoted nurse who has spent 14 years of her life caring for others at the P.V.A.M.C. – CLC Hospice Unit. Today, we kindly request your assistance in her time of need as she faces mounting medical bills resulting from a remarkable battle against COVID-19, a stroke, and cancer in 2022.
Robin’s story is one of unwavering dedication to her patients and a steadfast commitment to the values of service and compassion. She has touched the lives of countless individuals during her tenure as a hospice nurse, providing comfort and solace to those in their most vulnerable moments. Now, it’s our turn to offer comfort and solace to Robin in her time of need.
Though we have already raised $850, the path ahead remains challenging, with $7500 needed to completely reach our goal and alleviate the financial burden that has weighed heavily on Robin and her husband, John. We believe that every contribution, no matter how small, can make a significant difference in this endeavor. Your support, whether through a heartfelt donation or by sharing Robin’s GoFundMe campaign, can help us provide the lifeline she desperately needs.
To contribute to Robin’s GoFundMe campaign, please visit: https://www.Gofundme.Com/f/RobinsFundraiser
In the words of John Bunyan, “You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” Robin Penwarden has lived these words throughout her nursing career, and now, we invite you to be a part of her journey as she faces the financial challenges that have arisen due to her health struggles.
Robin’s journey has been marked by resilience and hope, exemplifying the strength of the human spirit. Her battle against cancer, which culminated in the removal of her right kidney and ureter, serves as a testament to her determination. Despite facing these hardships, Robin remains cancer-free and continues to inspire us with her unwavering spirit.
We understand that these financial difficulties are a heavy burden on Robin and her husband, John, who have exhausted their savings and assets during this challenging period. Robin’s retirement from the V.A. on March 1st, 2023, has left her without a source of income until she can draw Social Security in February 2024.
Updates on Robin’s health have been consistently positive, with recent tests confirming her continued battle against cancer. We remain hopeful for her full recovery and her ability to regain financial stability.
To make a contribution and stand alongside Robin in her time of need, please visit: https://www.Gofundme.Com/f/RobinsFundraiser
For those who may require verification of the debt, we can provide these documents upon request, keeping in mind that they are Privacy Act-protected.
In closing, we extend our gratitude to all who have already shown support for Robin’s journey. Your kindness and generosity make a significant impact. Let us rally together and make a difference in the life of a compassionate nurse who has given so much to others.
For more information and to stay updated on Robin’s progress, please visit her GoFundMe campaign page: https://www.Gofundme.Com/f/RobinsFundraiser.
John R Penwarden
Organizer (Medically Retired V.A. Nurse)
John Penwarden (Medically Retired Disabled Veteran)
110 Snowbird Ct.
Kalama, WA 98625-9600
Mobile: +1 503 593-1859 (John)
Mobile: +1503 278-9719 (Robin)
Company Name: Robin’s Fundraiser
Contact Person: John R Penwarden, Campaign Organizer
Email: Send Email
Phone: +1 503 593-1859
Country: United States