The story of Baby Sharon is also the story of this grant program. Baby Sharon needed financial help not covered by insurance, and her parents did not have the money to provide that support. The family called on the people of Arkansas, and they made it possible for Baby Sharon to have heart surgery. Unfortunately, it took too long to gather the money, and Baby Sharon deteriorated beyond the point that her surgery could succeed. The Baby Sharon Fund sprang from its namesake’s ordeal and became an Arkansas law that gives support not covered by the usual means. Donate directly or on the tax form.Read More
Arkansas cares for children suffering with a catastrophic illness. To whom do you turn when, due to medical expenses, you need car repair or bill paid, but do not have the money? The answer is the Baby Sharon Fund. Just tell your social worker your situation, and she or he will do the work necessary to get you help. Providing we have the funds, The Baby Sharon Fund grants all reasonable requests.Read More
How do you spell relief? When you do not have enough money because of medical expenses, The Baby Sharon Fund is relief. Getting help is simple and immediate. We do not want your family to endure any more than the difficult medical situation that unfortunately happened. Simply ask, and The Baby Sharon Fund will help you with your crisis.Read More
A safety net for families when catastrophic illness strikes.