Specific Needs / Assistance You May be Able to Offer

As you can imagine, while being in the hospital room with your child or at home dealing with the daily medical demands, there are needs that arise that you feel hopeless in getting completed.  Ragan’s HOPE is here to assist with these needs.  Join us in showing God’s love to the families we support by taking some time to help with their needs.


We have a family in Lewisville that has a hole in the roof area of their home.  Right now there is a squirrel that is enjoying using their attic as a place to live.  Mom says she thinks just a metal sheet needs to be used to cover.


Bryson is 18 years old diabetic loves Reece Peanut Butter Cups!   His grandmother usually purchases small Reece Peanut Butter Easter eggs this time of year.   Bryson is in the hospital at this time and grandmother is staying with him and does not have a way to go shopping for these.  They are from out of town and are here in a local hospital.

 These eggs are the perfect size to give him when his sugar is low.   If you can take a look at the Easter items at your local market and purchase for us Bryson will have a supply of them for the rest of the year!


A family we are supporting that has a 7 year old with cancer is in need of groceries.  They live in Plano – if you can provide them with a few groceries necessities it would be great!


Autumn, 13 years old has been the hospital for quite some time.  Mom is making plans for her to come home soon and before coming home they will need some handicap rails installed in their bathroom.   Ragan’s HOPE recently had a contractor do this for us in Wichita Falls and the rails can be purchased at Loews or Home Depot.

This family lives Joshua and resources are limited.  Ragan’s HOPE can purchase the rails once the sizes are determined – we just need a handyman to install.                    


Kelsey, 10 years old, lives in Ft. Worth and requires full time attention.  Mom would like to take her boyfriend to dinner on April 17th and needs someone to sit at the house.  Kelsey goes to bed at 5:00pm so the time to come sit at the house would be from 6:00 – 8:00pm.  Mom doesn’t get time away for herself very often and this is would be a special time for her to give full attention to her boyfriend on his birthday. 

Can you assist with any of these requests?  If so, please email our Ministry Coordinator – Vicki Kettler.

We thank you in advance for your continued support of our families’ needs. 
Delena Stuart-Watson

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