Remember the post from last week about the 26-year-old pregnant sister-in-law of blogger Justin Torres who had a stroke? Here is more:
If youtinues to regulate her own blood pressure and heart rate.
Contributions to the Susan M. Torres Fund are tax-deductible and the Torres and Rollin families are extraordinarily grateful to the group Faith and Action, which has generously agreed to administer the fund under its benevolence account. Faith and Action is a not-for-profit religious/charitable corporation determined to be tax exempt under IRC section 501(c)3.
We hope that you will be able to make a donation to help this family. Any amount is appreciated. But mostly, we hope that you will continue to pray for Susan, Jason, Peter, and Baby Torres, that God brings forth the best possible outcome to this terrible tragedy.
To make a tax-deductible donation to the Susan M. Torres Fund, send a check to:
The Susan M. Torres Fund
P.O. Box 34105
Washington, D.C. 20043-0105