Yvette has endured seventeen grueling surgeries and has many more to come. She is unable to work doing what she enjoyed most, being a top sales representative at T-Mobile. Though she is struggling to support herself and her daughter, there are limitations due to the limits on insurance coverage and disability. Yvette needs and will need for years to come medical care. Though it is not certain when she will be able to return to work, Yvette wants to focus not only on her recovery but also the recovery of those who have suffered domestic violence or who are in domestic violence situations. She would like to be the beacon to encourage others to take advantage of the avenues available to find a way out.
As a mother, I am concerned about Yvette and I only want the best for her, as any mother does. If you would like to assist in her mission to encourage domestic violence victims to remove themselves from the situation, you can contribute to the Yvette Cade Fund. Here is how:
You can make a donation to the Yvette Cade Fund through Paypal at the bottom of this page (you do not need a Paypal account) or contact the family at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need further assistance, you can contact either Yvette Cade at the address below or at (202) 460-0443 or Shereen Cade Jackson at email@example.com or by phone at 1-800-967-2933.
The Yvette Cade Fund
P. O. Box 793
Temple Hills, MD 20757-0793
Yvette has a nephew who has an anaplastic astrocytoma (malignant brain tumor) and is undergoing chemotherapy. A fundraiser has been set up to recycle unused cellular phones. If you would like to participate in his fundraiser, please contact Carol Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-866-738-7133. To donate directly if you do not have unused cellular phones, you may do so through the website www.orgsites.com/md/mdfamco FUNDRAISERS page.
Thank you and God bless you,