EVERY LITTLE BIT COUNTS
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support Jonathan Garow, a single dad courageously fighting cancer. Your generous contribution will make a significant impact in his life and help him overcome the challenges ahead. Thank you for your support.
Tolland Cares, the Cady family, and K&H Industries & Dumpster Service have teamed up to help one of our neighbors, Jonathan Garow, a single dad fighting cancer.
Volunteers will be meeting Saturday, April 29th at 9:00 am at Jonathan’s home to help with landscaping. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Tolland Cares at [email protected] or Facebook message George Laws for more information. This is a great opportunity for community service hours for THS students.
You can also help by donating Big Y or Stop & Shop gift cards. Tax-deductible donations of cash or check, payable to Tolland Cares, would also be appreciated. Donations can be dropped off at Wildflowers in Tolland or Posh Pups in Vernon.
A preliminary meeting will be held Thursday, April 27 at 6:30 pm at Crandall Pavillion to discuss specific needs, such as a walk-in shower, replacement of basement windows, and service to his water-treatment system(bannerwater.com).
Have questions? Send us a message and we’ll reach out soon!
Tolland Fights with Jonathan
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Jonathan Garow, a courageous man who recently finished radiation treatment for prostate cancer, faced an unexpected setback when he experienced tremors in his left hand. Initially attributing the tremors to medication, he was later alarmed when his entire arm underwent a violent seizure. With his son Jimmy’s help, he called for an ambulance and was taken to the hospital, where a CT scan and MRI revealed numerous lesions throughout his brain. Despite the grim diagnosis, Jonathan remains hopeful and appreciative of the support he receives from his loved ones and community.
As doctors worked to determine the cause of the brain lesions, a chest scan uncovered a 3-inch lung tumor. Although the discovery may seem daunting, Jonathan’s medical team is optimistic that if the tumor matches certain genetic mutations, it will respond well to treatment. The best-case scenario involves taking pills to shrink the tumor, followed by radiation therapy to clean up any remaining cancerous cells.
At the heart of Jonathan’s story is the strength and resilience of his family. His son Jimmy, who has faced his own share of adversity, has emerged as Jonathan’s hero. Together with his brother Ezra, the family continues to lean on each other for support, love, and encouragement as they navigate this difficult journey. As Jonathan fights this battle, he is immensely grateful for the care and support he receives from his community and those around him.
P.O Box 712 Tolland, CT 06084