The Schultz Family

The Schultz Family

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The Schultz Family

Ari Schultz was diagnosed at his 18 week ultrasound with critical aortic stenosis and evolving hypoplastic left heart syndrome. For the last 5 years, Ari lived an eventful life both inside and outside the hospital. He’s a member of the Assumption College Baseball team, loves all things Harry Potter, adores his sister Lexi and brother Eli and is so excited to come home.

 After recently receiving the life-changing news that Ari would be getting a new heart in the beginning of March 2017, the Schultz’s were faced with yet another set of challenges. After the surgery, Ari’s body is battling rejection of his new heart. In addition, there was mold discovered in the walls of their loving home. Their home was deemed a “sick house”, unfit for fragile Ari and his family to live in. The whole family began to lose sight of home.

 Throughout all of this, the Schultz’s have consistently been charitable, willing to help others in need while dealing with their own struggles. It’s our turn to be there for them. The Schultz family needs our help now more than ever.

The Schultz Family


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Ari Schultz was diagnosed at his 18 week ultrasound with critical aortic stenosis and evolving hypoplastic left heart syndrome. For the last 5 years, Ari lived an eventful life both inside and outside the hospital. He’s a member of the Assumption College Baseball team, loves all things Harry Potter, adores his sister Lexi and brother Eli and is so excited to come home.

After recently receiving the life-changing news that Ari would be getting a new heart in the beginning of March 2017, the Schultz’s were faced with yet another set of challenges. After the surgery, Ari’s body is battling rejection of his new heart. In addition, there was mold discovered in the walls of their loving home. Their home was deemed a “sick house”, unfit for fragile Ari and his family to live in. The whole family began to lose sight of home.

Throughout all of this, the Schultz’s have consistently been charitable, willing to help others in need while dealing with their own struggles. It’s our turn to be there for them. The Schultz family needs our help now more than ever.

 

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