IF YOU WANT TO CUT TO THE CHASE AND DONATE, YOU CAN MAIL GIFTS TO THE ADDRESS LISTED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN OR CLICK ON THE “DONATE” BUTTON ON THIS PAGE. FOR FUN, WE HOPE YOU’LL CHECK OUT THE LEGO CREATIONS AND COMMENT ON YOUR FAVORITE!
Seven-year-old Solomon Littleton has a neurological disease that has robbed him of speech, fine and gross motor skills, and much more. To get the therapy and treatment Doctors recommend, Solomon’s family pays about $5,000 out of pocket MONTHLY. Their insurance doesn’t pay anything; they have gone through their emergency fund; they have spent their retirement; they don’t know how to continue to get their son the help he needs. This family needs help!
Solomon and his twin brother, Isaac, have been friends with my son, Ian, since they were about two. Isaac and Ian call Solomon “Bubba.” Almost eight-year-old Ian has watched his friend lose his words and his ability to play. Ian prays for Solomon every day, and he wants to raise money to help his friend. “Building for Bubba” is Ian’s idea.
This little boy has big plans! He hopes to raise $5,000 to pay for one month’s worth of therapy for “Bubba.”
To participate in “Building for Bubba”, you can do one of the following:
A. Build a LEGO model, submit a picture of your creation via email to: email@example.com, and DONATE any amount you choose as an “entry gift.” Your model will be displayed on our “Lego Creations” page.
LEGO BUILDER CHALLENGE: Send your friends and family to our page and ask them to:
1. Make a positive comment about your Lego Creation AND
2. Donate to the Littleton family!
Whichever Lego Creation receives the most comments by April 13 will be our winner! First, Second, and Third places will be named and recognized with special e-certificates, so get your family and friends to come vote for your creation!
C. You can also just DONATE to the family.
You can donate via Paypal from this page, or if you’d like to avoid Paypal fees, you can send a check to the family:
RE: Building for Bubba
1210 Roosevelt Street Suite 120
Edmond, OK 73034
As individuals helping individuals with a gift, these payments are not tax-deductible, but we hope you’ll give anyway!