This campaign runs March 1-31, 2021
You or your company can donate and have your donation matched!
Thanks to Partnership for Better Health and M&T Bank,
this month long campaign can help us help many in need!!
Please help us reach our goal of $25,000 during Match Madness 2021!!
Click this link, select Sam's Spoons and donate!
All proceeds will go to fund our mission of awarding financial grants to qualified applicants.
Together we WILL make a difference!!
Hi, I'm Sam and I'm grateful my parents could afford to pay for my Lyme Disease and Babesia treatments! I know I'm incredibly lucky and that there can be major financial road blocks to getting well. Thankfully my family and our Lyme Warrior friends have created this foundation so we can help other families beat Lyme and other tick-borne diseases!
Please take a moment to watch my short videos on the "About Us" page.
I share my Lyme journey and how food and yoga help to maintain my wellness.
If you'd like to make a donation, use the button below. However, during March 2021 we are participating in Match Madness and would prefer donations go there. Please use the above link.
Thank you for your consideration to our cause in helping others!
On Saturday May 22nd from 9am to 4pm Eastern Standard Time, please join us for a LIVE and interactive day with our Tick Talk presenters!!! Much more to come!
Save this date!! You won't want to miss it!
We are beyond grateful for the support of our local Faulkner Subaru of Mechanicsburg dealership selecting us to be the beneficiary of their store's 2019 #SubaruSharetheLove event!
Our business community's financial support allows Sam's Spoons Foundation to provide much needed grants to those in PA who cannot afford the out of pocket expenses incurred due to chronic diseases from a tick bite. Beyond antibiotics, almost all other forms of treatment and therapy are not accepted by insurance companies, leaving many people strapped with debt or unable to pay for their care.
Last year, our first ever year of the foundation, we proudly supported a family with 3 daughters, another young girl and 2 other individuals who needed this financial support to continue with their treatments.
This year, in wake of COVID19 pandemic, we know many more people will need our help. We would not be able to provide these much needed grants without the generous donations from businesses and individuals.
Thank you doesn't seem adequate for this incredible donation of $23,997.00!!!!
Announcing our 2020 Grant Recipients!
As the unprecidented year of 2020 came to a close, we were so blessed to have an incredible community of generous businesses, organizations and neighbors who supported our mission of providing financial assistance to those in need!
Thank you to Faulkner Subaru of Mechanicsburg and Subaru for making Sam's Spoons the beneficiary of their annual "Share the Love" event, raising $24K!! We also appreciate everyone who financially contributed to us during 2020. These recipients are beyond gratefuf!
Sam's Spoons works with different sponsors to secure permethrin treated socks, which are distributed to children in area schools. If you are interested in sponsoring a specific grade level of a school district, contact us for more information.
From a teacher/parent and daughter:
Lyme disease can ruin your entire summer and your life, so it’s important that we do everything we can to prevent it.
From Sam's Spoons:
I want to provide lots of fun, outdoor activities for my child. I appreciate that the school district also provides those opportunities for her, but I worry constantly about the ticks and Lyme disease.
It gave me peace of mind to know that my child had the tick socks to help protect her.
These socks allowed students to enjoy the wilderness with less worry on the parents’ end!
Check out our video called "I See You" that recognizes people with Invisible Illness.
In honor of the late Dr. Neil Spector, Sam's Spoons is collaborating with several Lyme Disease organizations in an effort to continue supporting his incredible research. 100% of the donations are going directly to Neil's work. To make a donation, please click the link below: