Fundraiser For Bozeman Baby With Rare Condition is Saturday, March 14
The Eagles Lodge in downtown Bozeman is hosting a special fundraiser to benefit a local family on Saturday, March 14. Baby Troy was born two months ago with a very rare condition called Apert Syndrome. Doctors say he will be facing over 20 surgeries in his lifetime.
Troy was born to Josh and Carly (Nield) Schneidenbach on January 20, 2015. Due to Apert Syndrome, Troy has already needed an open heart surgery and will be facing his second surgery in a few short months. He is facing over 20 surgeries during his lifetime, possible physical and speech therapy, and specialized treatment that will require travel.
The Eagles Lodge Upstairs (316 East Main St) will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit baby Troy on Saturday, March 14 from 6 - 9 pm. There will be hors d'oeuvres, chili dinner, raffles, live and silent auctions, door prizes, and cocktails available.
Monetary donations to help with medical costs can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank in the name of Troy Schneidenbach fund or can be mailed to Troy Schneidenbach Fund c/o Carly Schneidenbach at 1160 Bur Avenue, Bozeman, MT 59718, or online at 406familyaidfoundation.org under Schneidenbach.