Sunday, June 13, 2010

Anastina McKee Donation Info

Baby Anastina ~ 3 weeks old

Click Here for a Story Update from the Sierra Star article published July 1, 2010

Anastina McKee was born 3 months prematurely on May 18, 2010 on the island of Guam. She still weighs under 2 pounds and is 13 inches long. Baby Anastina is fighting for her life with hydrocephalus and a brain infection among other life threatening medical conditions. Money is needed for her urgent and ongoing specialized medical treatment, which is projected to cost $300,000-$400,000. All of her parents’ insurance and personal funds have been used up in the first 3 weeks of the baby’s young life. Her parents, their families & friends have donated money to help little Anastina, but much more is needed. Government financial aid is also desperately needed, but impossible to get on the island of Guam.

If you wish to donate money to help, there are several ways you can donate money directly to baby Anastina’s family to help pay for her medical bills and her medical transport. Special donation accounts have been set up in her name.

1. Direct Check: Made out to Anastina McKee, deliver to Bob McKee at North Fork Hardware or mail to:

Yosemite Bank
Ref: Account 401009337
Attn: Doug Dearing
40061 HWY 49
Oakhurst, Ca. 93644

2. Send donations through PayPal to this special email address:

3. Cash Donations: Deliver in person to Bob McKee (Grandpa Bob) at North Fork Hardware for a receipt

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
The McKee family of North Fork

For more information about baby Anastina and her situation, please view our June 8th NF News post: North Fork Cares ~ A Baby in Need

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Anonymous said...

We've collected a small amount at Calvary Chapel Guam. Will be getting a check to Scott this week. Other family and friends literally all over the world have donated thru Paypal. I have a friend working on a donation thru St. Vincent de Paul and another thru the Rotary Club.

She is very loved and thought of and prayed for by Calvary Chapel Guam.

Farmer Jen said...

Hi Anon,
Thank you so much for your donation work! It is very much appreciated. Thank you also for posting your comment here so that we know. It gives us hope.