The Carolla family, friends and neighbors approached Azalea Charities (www.azaleacharities.org), to raise money for the family’s future needs. The John Paul Storey Project was conceived to construct a 1400 square foot addition onto the Storey family home in Culpeper, Virginia. The concept includes added living space with a bedroom designed for John Paul’s special needs, widening of space to allow wheelchair access, space for a physical therapist and outdoor ramps for front and back access. The goal is $150,000 and as of February 19 they have raised $76,000. John Paul will turn one on March 11, 2014 and Azalea Charities is having a “Birthday Blitz” challenge! They want to give John Paul the best present ever; to see how much can our community raise in a 24 hour period for his “Birthday Blitz?” Participate in this exciting and life changing challenge! Go to Azalea Charities Facebook page or to www.azaleacharities.org to send your birthday wishes!
Azalea Charities is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization headquartered in Prince William County, Virginia. The organization is staffed entirely by volunteers who donate their time, talent and money. Azalea Charities raises funds for its community charities and Aid for Wounded Warriors through private, corporate donations and sponsorship of Team Azalea Charities in the Marine Corps Marathon Beyond minimal expenses, all the funds they raise go to their charitable core causes. For more information about Azalea Charities and Aid for Wounded Warriors, please visit www.azaleacharities.org
Help us help this wonderful familyDonations can be made through the Azalea Charities website or mailed to: