Why Emilia Wasn’t Feeling Well: A Crohn’s Disease Story – Kickstarter Campaign Ends May 21, 2020

I saw this on KickstarterWhy Emilia Wasn’t Feeling Well: A Crohn’s Disease Story: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/760146702/why-emilia-wasnt-feeling-well-a-crohns-disease-story. It ends 10 A. M. U. S. Central Time May 21, 2020. It has met its goal, by a small cushion $95 as of half hour ago. In many cases, about 1 – 5% of pledges have issues. That’s not 1 – 5% of people who pledge, but 1 – 5% of total pledge amounts.  Ideally, $150 above is the minimum they should be looking to achieve based on the $3,000 goal. It’s only $55 for that goal and has about 63 hours or so to go. In many cases, the pledge amount failure rate tends to be around 2 – 3% which would be $60 – 90.

Here are the other two Kickstarter campaigns they started: https://www.kickstarter.com/profile/760146702/created. You may recognize one of them: Why Mommy’s Head Hurts: A Migraine Story – Kickstarter Campaign Ends August 23, 2019. I backed it and gave the book to my friend who suffers migraines. She found it easy to use to explain to children who may not understand a more complicated book. If you want all three books, a pledge of $50 will net you all three books. If you prefer to donate any of the books to libraries, doctor’s offices, or other healthcare organizations, let them know.

Here’s the Kicktraq for the campaign: https://www.kicktraq.com/projects/760146702/why-emilia-wasnt-feeling-well-a-crohns-disease-story/.

If you know someone with Crohn’s Disease, this is a good book to get to them. It’s geared towards children, but I had no problem with the Migraine book that’s geared for the same age range.

About ICT Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's collaborateDealspotr.com
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