Check out the new custom t-shirt I just created!
Take a look at my entire store here. What other items would you like to see? I am doing all I can to be financially independent. Please consider buying a shirt if you can.
Thanks for looking!
I created this teespring store to raise money for my living expenses plus to raise awareness for Cowden Syndrome and Lhermitte-duclos Disease.
Take a look at the new shirt I created just now!
PS…if you know anyone that creates artwork or is willing to donate their time to help me create more shirts, please contact me! Thanks!
I think I have posted some crowd funding links here in the past. But, there have been a few changes to the links so I wanted to do a new post.
I created a storefront on Teespring a while ago. I created custom t-shirts that have a two-fold purpose. They can be conversation starters: “What does ‘Ganglio What’ mean? What does CHAMP signify?”
Maybe you don’t know the answers to those questions technically, but since you read my blog (hopefully continue to do so, hehe) you could say, “Oh. A friend of mine has a brain tumor called Gangliocytoma.” OR, “I follow a girl on Twitter who’s username is @ZHeatherChamp and I think she’s a champ too!” (insert smiley face here.)
If you bought one of those shirts you are helping bring awareness to my blog. Which in turn brings a conversation about Rare Diseases. Or brain tumors. Or hereditary cancer syndromes. Any of that! Or all of that! Win, win right? (Reason #1)
Reason #2, which is kind of a big deal, too. I receive part of the purchase price to help me navigate my medical bills. I won’t rehash the trauma. It’s real and it’s bad. 😦
Thank you thank you thank you! I’m forever grateful.
Many of you know how dire my financial status is since diagnosis of Cowden Syndrome and Lhermitte-duclos Disease. I am humbled and blessed by the kindness of friends and strangers from the help I have received from my GoFundMe page. I also created a Teespring store to raise awareness for Rare Diseases, which in turn helps me too. Please take a look at the Teespring link and consider buying a shirt if you can. I just created a new shirt yesterday!
This holiday season I am thankful for all of you. Who pray for me, who have donated to me, for everything. I account so much of my recovery due to the prayers of people I don’t even know.
Someone bought one of my shirts…
wherever you are, whomever you are: Thank you so much. You are helping me share my story. You are giving me strength to stay strong.
I am so grateful.
PS. If you would like to find out other ways you can support my Rare Disease life, please check out the “DONATE” page above or these following links:
Hi guys! I am so excited to share this with you:
Will you please consider buying a shirt if you can?