“I’ve had two kids in the NICU, so I know how expensive it can be. The last thing they want to be focusing on are the medical bills instead of their kid at this time, and so we thought it might be something nice we can do,” Thompson said. All of the proceeds will benefit the Asiata family. They’ve already received multiple orders for these t-shirts, hoodies, and more.
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Kody Thompson owns a company called Tytan Athletics, and he decided to help the family by creating custom clothing with Ephraim’s name on it. That’s why a local company decided they’d use their resources to help the Asiata family, whose 15-year-old son Ephraim is slowly making progress at the hospital.
“We didn’t do it just to be like, ‘Hey, look at us;’ We did it because we saw a kid in need,” said Thompson, a family friend. “Thankfully there’s been so many people that have gone on and bought those items and at the end of the day, they should be the ones getting the thanks.” LINKS: How to help families of West Valley City shooting victims
Click here to visit the online store. This online store dedicated to Ephraim has already raised over $7,000.
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