Madi's Safe Haven, Inc 501 (C) (3) Non profit Organization
Here to protect and serve our community.
My cousin's granddaughter Jordan was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. It all started when she stayed home from school with a fever and missed 2 days of school earlier in the month. She was upset because the year had just begun and she already missed more days of school in one month than all of last year. The fever subsided and she returned to her full schedule that included her studies at school, volleyball and ballet. She felt better for the next 12 days, but still didn't feel 100 %. She was dealing with fatigue and didn't have her normal appetite. On October 17th the fever returned. They saw the doctors that day and they suspected Mono. When the Mono test finally came back negative, four days later they returned for more blood work. The next morning they received the call that they should immediately head to the hospital to be admitted. Jordan Gutierrez has Acute Myleloid Leukemia (CANCER) She is only 14 years old.
Help Jordan and Others fight Acute Myleloid leukemia (Cancer). Come by for a Mouth SWAB to register as a Bone Marrow Donor or make a donation. While we fully expect that Jordan will beat this cancer the road to recovery will be long. Her fight and her family's journey is only beginning.
Due to the National Emergency we will reschedule the barbecue to a date to be determined. However we will still accept donations on behalf of Jordan. Thank you for your understanding.
VET AND FIREFIGHTER
United States Army Veteran
Professional FireFighter / Paramedic
Critical Incidence Stress Management (CISM)
Certified National Incident Manager
Certified Occupational Safety Specialist
Madis’ Safe Haven (MSH) was founded by Helen Litsky in 2012. As a veteran and retired fire fighter, Helen’s passion to serve- those who serve us - developed in to the creation of a safe haven to empower and uplift Uniform Personnel and their families. With a mission to “to serve as a supportive community providing holistic transitional programs that assist VA and uniform personnel’s families to achieve sustainable self-sufficiency”, MSH has developed outreach and coordinated service offerings reaching our strongest and most vulnerable population, with a focus on female veterans. MSH administers services through site and home visits, meeting the participant where they are.