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Scherrone Dunhamn Fundraiser
Freedom Independence Nurture
"All who wander are not lost."
Your donations will help me move into supported housing sooner because the van must be paid for before I can receive support services.
Scherrone with Godsons
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Happy Birthday Scherrone!
Happy birthday! January 14th.
I will continue to make donations throughout the year.
Wishing you a year of rest, recovery, supports and a new home.
Happy birthday, Scherrone! A donation has been made today, to bring you a little closer to your goal.
I hope you are doing well, Scherrone, and enjoying the holidays. Best Wishes in 2023. - Heather Fleck
I think of you often, however at this time of year you are most present in my thoughts.
I will continue to keep you in my prayers as well as provide financial support throughout the year.
It is time for you to rest and lean on friends and family.
“Jerry 75“ - wishing all the best to Scherrone and Family. Alex & Andrea Gray
“Jerry 75“ - truly happy to support this initiative and wish you the very best. God bless and keep you, DuEwa
We want to wish you the best and are happy to support you in this quest! Lois & Ken Koontz
Scherrone has been a great friend and fellow Christian. I met her at St. Michael's Chapel, Rutgers Campus Ministry when she was a student and I, a professor. I have marveled as I watched her not only gratuate from Rutgers, but then American University and then her many years of professional work at the U.S. Department of Rehabilitation. It has been a joy knowing her and her mother, Jane. They have been such a blessing to me and to many as witnesses to disability independence, love, and teaching others about disability justice.
I have known Scherrone since she was five years old. She has always been a hard worker who set goals and set a plan to accomplish them. She was guided to her success because of the initial leadership of her mother, Jane Dunhamn. Scherrone as she matured took on the leadership of her own success and the guidance of her personal and professional journey. The fundraiser to pay off her van will afford Scherrone the opportunity to continue contributing to the wider community.