Local Community Raises Over $73K for Duluth Girl Awaiting Heart Transplant

Community rallies around Lester Park first grader battling heart condition and waiting for transplant

DULUTH, MN. (Northern News Now) – Roya Snyder, a 7-year-old first grader from Lester Park, is currently battling mixed-type congenital cardiomyopathy, a heart condition that impairs the heart’s ability to pump blood properly. Roya is awaiting a heart transplant, and the community has come together to support her and her family during this difficult time.

So far, generous individuals have donated over $73,000 to help the Snyder family cover the financial burdens associated with Roya’s medical treatments. Their goal is to raise $150,000 to offset the costs of multiple trips to the Mayo Clinic and the extensive treatment required for Roya’s condition.

If you would like to contribute to Roya and her family, you can make a donation by visiting the link provided [https://cota.org/cotaforroyashope/our-story/?fbclid=IwAR0Mpg6bVTs9UcyOOwGL32nmn9Mspzlx4gR4pf39WZ8fWlPyOizSBFT7ld4].

The heart-wrenching story of Roya’s struggle has garnered significant attention, and her full story can be seen in the video provided [https://www.northernnewsnow.com/page/apps/].

As the community rallies around Roya, the Snyder family is hopeful that their daughter will receive the care she needs and deserves. Northern News Now will continue to provide updates on this inspiring journey.

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