After meeting our original goal of walking 100 miles, we’re continuing to raise awareness and generate support. We’re hoping 100 people will each donate $10. All donations are greatly appreciated. Whether you are able to share $5, $10 or $5,000, or offer prayers for our children, you are making a difference and We Thank You.
Donations can be made through PayPal with a credit card, debit card, checking account, or PayPal balance. Donations can also be made by check or money order via postal mail.
Donations can either be made to Aleshanee (for her daughter, Daniella) or to Cindi (for her son, Siddharta) using the respective information below…
To donate to Aleshanee for her daughter, Daniella:
To donate to Cindi for her son, Siddharta:
This blog is our voice. Daniella and Siddharta are in desperate need of empowered, compassionate recovery focused care. After walking 100 miles, we’re continuing to raise awareness about the prevailing system and continuing to raise funds to help our children in their recovery.
Re-invent community where hearts can heal.
Due to the influence of the psycho-pharmaceutical industry, most states only fund the hospital drugging model. Many state hospitals are paid over over $36,000/month to force their treatment on our loved ones. Although prices of non-state funded sanctuaries vary, most cost less than half of what state hospitals charge.
However, very little funding support is available for the few sanctuaries in our country that operate outside of the state forced treatment model, nor is there any government funding support for individuals who wish this type of compassionate care. Thus, even at less than half the government cost, a minimum stay of 4 months can cost over $60,000 ($15,000/month). And So We Walk (and blog) for your support.
As mothers who have reached out and advocated for other mothers and fathers, we are well aware that we are not alone in this struggle. Our hearts go out to every one of you who has been entangled with the current psychiatric treatment model. And So We Walk (and blog) for you, too.
Aleshanee and Cindi