Lowe’s donates playground for 3-year-old leukemia patient

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Missouri – The lives of a St. Charles County family were turned upside down this summer when their three-year-old daughter was diagnosed with leukemia. Well, several Lowe’s locations in the area have reached out to help her in a special way.

Her name is Lyncoln and she’s playing at her brand new playground this Father’s Day this year. She was diagnosed with a type of leukemia.

Lyncoln’s parents, Jason and Savannah, happened to run into the manager of Lowe’s in Wentzville while they were having dinner. The manager asked Lyncoln’s story and wanted to help.

A few days later, Lowe’s and playground company Backyard Products showed up at their home and built a brand new playground for Lyncoln for free. Lowes knew Lyncoln couldn’t play with other kids due to her weakened immune system, so they wanted to create this backyard oasis for her.

Father Jason Stone says this kind gesture will make all the difference in Lycoln’s fight.

“Amazing is a word to describe it; stunning,” said Stone. “We don’t really know how to say it. Thank you. We are busy being in and out of the hospital all the time and knowing that on good days I have to wait at home for my daughter is a great relief. It’s a bit reassuring that she doesn’t have to be cooped up indoors all the time and now she has a yard to play in and can just be a three year old.

The family is hosting a benefit concert on September 8 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in O’Fallon, Missouri at Carshield Park. You can follow the Lyncoln’s Leukemia Journey Facebook page to be updated on her progress.

There’s one too GoFundMe Set up the page if you want to help her and her family.

https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/lowes-donates-playground-to-3-year-old-leukemia-patient/ Lowe’s donates playground for 3-year-old leukemia patient


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