Helping Parents Fight For Baby McKenzie’s Life

Thanks to for your ongoing support, our team was able to, not only hit the goal, but also provide the family a new generator for baby McKenzie!





McKenzie is doing good. She has the mechanics to be fed but she can not eat on her own due to her tenuous condition. She may be 2 or 3 years old before she is able to do so.

The oxygen is also an indefinite thing for now. However, she continues to improve socially and is a very happy girl who loves to laugh and play with.



Last October the Hill family welcomed twins much earlier than expected. McKenzie and Collin were just as precious as could be, but due to their premature birth they had to spend months in the hospital. Thankfully they are home now, but McKenzie is on an oxygen tank….


Unfortunately, the area they live in an area where down trees, power lines, and brownouts can occur. To top it all off, they are headed into storm season where power can go out for a few hours, days, or even a week! The Hill family lives in fear for their daughter's breathing troubles and potential power outages.



Baby McKenzie



We'll Donate
on your Behalf


Our agency is currently on a mission to raise funds in order to install a generator in this family’s home in times of need.



Our agency will donate $10 to the Hill Family on your behalf for every recommendation you send our way to receive a nonobligation quote, and we'll add you to our monthly drawing for a $50 Gift Card. Getting involved has never been so simple, or Free!

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