Individuals suffering from advanced stage illnesses often experience financial hardship in addition to their medical hardship. It’s the last thing someone needs to deal with when their life and health is on the line. But, what if there was a way to provide a source of financial relief from some of the stress associated with their advanced stage illness?
Megan Wolfe, a 28-year-old mother diagnosed with terminal stomach cancer, was grateful that she and her fiance Josh Melnyk were able to exchange their wedding vows in front of family and friends. The couple had lost their home and belongings in a spring flood and had nothing to pay for Megan’s dress, travel bills, a venue, or even a wedding cake.