Monday, November 24, 2014

Fundraiser to help support Potter Family

     The Eastern Kentucky Women's Care Collective has started an online fundraiser to help a family in Pike County.


     On November 7th, Cristin Stanley-Potter, wife of Pikeville Firefighter, Nick Potter, gave birth to Cullen three months early. Cullen's twin sister, Genna, died before birth.


     The Women's Care Collective hopes to raise $10,000 for the family.


     Kelli Haywood, one of the founding members of the Eastern Kentucky Women's Care Collective says the organization is happy to give back to someone who has given so much to them.


     Being away from home means missed work, hotel, food and travel expenses as well as on-going childcare needs for their three other children.


     To donate, log on to www.YouCaring.com/PotterFamily