Dave and his wife Lori graced Goodness Village's doors in 2021. His battle against Multiple Myeloma began in 2008 after a terrible incident, setting the stage for an extraordinary journey of courage and healing.
The power of positivity and prayer is truly tangible within the walls of Goodness Village! Recently, we had the honor of delivering personalized prayer cards crafted by the children who attended Vacation Bible School at St. James UMC to the Steele family, who are currently in our apartments while Laura receives treatment for Multiple Myeloma.
The Alveraz Family found a place to rest and recover while their son Hugo received treatment. Having a home base with a kitchen, bedrooms, and space for the family makes all the difference when the family has to stay for an extended period of time.
Words cannot adequately describe the blessing this organization is. We could not have made it mentally, physically, or financially without you.
To say we were amazed at what we found would be an understatement. The apartment was so clean, and the decor and all the furnishings were gorgeous.
Imagine being away from home, receiving medical treatment in another state. Missing your family and feeling weak, just trying to make it through the day. And then, the unexpected happens... On Christmas Eve, Executive Director Kim Burket received a call from Tannda Jackson and her husband, Steve. They…
I was so grateful for a nice place to rest. During the whirlwind with the surgery and Elena’s recovery, I was still healing from the recent delivery. After two comfortable weeks (back and forth to the hospital), a family friend close to Little Rock heard about our situation and graciously offered her home. It was a huge blessing, and we stayed there until the baby was released, but we still reflect fondly on how relieved and happy we were to get that Goodness Village apartment.
Keeping Families Together, at her apartment Andrea is able to focus on healing and life, and spends beautiful time with her dad.
Van Felter was our guest for over a month after receiving a stem cell transplant to treat his acute leukemia at UAMS Cancer Institute. His story reminds us how strong families can become when they face difficult times together.
Kevin Crawford and his family find hope and healing at Goodness Village. After his diagnosis of cancer, he at first stayed in a hotel but knew that was not where he and his family would be able to recover during treatment. Kevin had heard from a friend about…