New Fundraiser for Africa

See Tim’s CampaignPowered by Fundly Everett & Austin were born with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and faced this disease with courage and faith before passing on. The Everett and Austin Project is for those needing help facing this incurable disease now. The first push for donations for The Everett and Austin Project is to fund a trip to Uganda… Read More »

Tim Gillen

Paul Kayonga: Father of 5 boys in Uganda with Duchenne

Josephine Karungi Josephine Karungi , of NTV News Uganda, did a story on Paul Kayonga of Uganda in 2017. The YouTube video and transcript follows. It is quite compelling. Mr. Kayonga has had 5 (FIVE!) boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It is people like Mr. Kayonga that I want The Everett and Austin Project to help. “…48-year old… Read More »

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Funeral Expense Met!

Within minutes of having posted the update about being only $125 short of the $3000, the $125 was donated! In only about 45 minutes! Praise the Lord! I’m so thankful. Wow, this is quite a huge blessing of God’s people in action rallying around me to pick me up. It encourages me even more to continue this charity… Read More »

Tim Gillen

Funeral Expense Update (10-24-18)

Thank you everybody for your support. At this very moment between this fund and the GoFundMe account, we are only $125 short of the $3000 fundraiser goal. Fees so far have been $60 to withdraw funds. So if you add that, it’s $185 plus another $40 or so for the remaining fees. The success of this campaign has… Read More »

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Everett’s Remaining Funeral Expense (Updated 10/19/18)

Last Friday (10/12/18), I had an idea to start a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to pay the remaining $3000 owed for my son Everett’s funeral expenses from February 2017. The good news is that many people have generously given to the campaign. Here are the up to the minute results! I’m so happy with how this is… Read More »

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Bluebonnets with the Boys, ages 7 & 5 (2001)

I truly love bluebonnet season in North Texas. I lived there altogether for about 10 years and I really miss the bluebonnets. One day, the boys and I decided to go out along the freeway with several others to take in the delicious smells and enjoy the stunning site of all of the wild bluebonnets. We brought our… Read More »

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