BRING JORDAN HOME
BY HELEN CHAPMAN
Campaign Complete. This project has ended on December 13, 2014. No more contributions can be made.
FUNDED OF $10,000.00 GOAL
HOURS TO GO
All funds pledged will be collected on the date the pledge is made
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Love from Maddie OLeary and family
Natural Pest Control North
Wishing you a speedy recovery, Kris (golfing friend of Lynn Kruger)
Helping Hand Charity Mooloolaba Uniting Church
Sent with love and prayers
Wishing you and your mum a safe trip home asap. Ben & Sia Jordan
All the Collingwoods wishing you the best
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Launched: October 23, 2014 Funding Ends: December 13, 2014 Sunshine Coast
jordan2_t460Thank you to everyone for your amazing support to bring Jordan home to the Sunshine Coast!
The goal I set was $10,000 because I has no idea what kind of response to expect. We are well over the $10k mark and up to $13k! WOW!!! I am blown away! Realistically his family needs about $60,000 to get him home and that isn’t including any of the medical/travel expenses they have had up to this point.
So please don’t stop donating, let’s help the well loved Darney family as best we can.jordanfamily
The Marcoola community thanks you xxx
Craig Darney and his wife, Sue, face a medical bill as high as $80,000 for son Jordan because his travel insurance company has refused to pay any costs resulting from the accident.
Jordan, 21, has his mum by his side in the Czech Republic capital, Prague, as he recovers from a broken pelvis, two broken elbows, facial lacerations and bruising.
The St John’s Anglican College graduate cannot walk and only travel on a stretcher, so the cost of a medivac home would be in the vicinity of $60,000.
In a message to his dad, Jordan said: “Unfortunately my European dream has turned into a nightmare.
“People need to be careful when they choose travel insurance. And I need the Sunshine Coast communities to help to bring me home and keep me alive.”
Read the article in the Sunshine Coast Daily