Oklahoma author Jackson Compton reports that the recent benefit auction and raffle for local writer Belinda Dye Nichols raised more than $1400.
“I just want to say ‘thank you’ to everyone who donated items for the auction and raffle for Belinda‘s benefit, and another ‘thank you’ to those in attendance who purchased those items,” Compton wrote on Facebook.
Compton says more help is needed. Here are more ways to help out:
Also, I (am) getting several messages from people who could not attend but still wanted to donate. You can do that by making a donation to Belinda’s PayPal account:
Other ways to help out? Go to these links and subscribe to her articles at the Examiner.com. It’s free and every follow is more money to help with expenses:
After the story will be a link that says, follow Belinda. When you press that link, it will ask for your email address. Immediately after you enter your email information, you will receive an email from the Examiner. Open the email, and there will be a link to confirm your subscription. That is all you have to do.
Compton, the writer of the comic book “Nadir’s Zenith,” organized the benefit, which was held Saturday at Oculus Art Gallery, 518 N.W. 23rd.
Nichols has been diagnosed with brain cancer; proceeds from the benefit went to her family to help with medical expenses and bills.
- Matt Price