Paul Fiorenza (seated) died at the age of 52 on February 14, 2017 of colorectal cancer. He was diagnosed with Crohn's disease at the age of 17 and battled most of his life with complications due to his illness. He was always determined to fight and recovered several times from cancer before his organs finally gave out. Having been sick from such a young age, he was not able to qualify or afford life insurance or save much money due to surmounting medical bills because of constant cancer care. The Fiorenza family not only mourns the loss of their father and husband, but they are now faced with the inevitable reality that they may lose their home due to more than $280,000 worth of medical bills. How is it possible a person can owe this much, you may be asking? This is what the family owes AFTER insurance has paid their portion. It was Paul's dream to buy this house for his family, but unfortunately his cancer spread very soon after they moved in. His extended family (including myself) does not have the ability alone to help. With your support we can help this incredible family. If 280,000 people just donate $1 each, this family can save their home. Imagine having to give up the one thing your father left you? Imagine losing all those memories and being forced out of your home just one year after your loss? Any money raised for this family will be used to pay Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in New York City where Paul spent many of his final months in 2016. Please help to keep Paul's dream alive. Make it a time of charity and give to a family who needs ALL of YOUR help.