Tsipporah Stomberg

Help for the Stomberg Family


Caleb and Lindsey Stomberg’s daughter Tsipporah, who will turn 8 years old in June, had what is now believed to be a severe autoimmune response to an unknown virus at the end of April. She was admitted to the hospital on April 24 and has now been transferred to the pediatric center at Mayo in Rochester, MN.

Caleb has filed FMLA paperwork to retain his position at PS Industries but will not be able to collect a paycheck due to his paid time off being depleted. Lindsey is a stay-at-home mother to Tsipporah and her six siblings. As a result, the Stomberg family is receiving no income at this time while also facing a very uncertain future.

Caleb and Lindsey would sincerely appreciate financial assistance for unforeseen medical costs incurred that are not covered by insurance, household bills, travel expenses, and groceries during this time as Tsipporah is getting the help that she needs.

How You Can Help

If you are able to provide financial assistance, there are three ways you can do so:

1) Mail a Check. Send a check made out to Grace Baptist Church with “Stomberg” in the memo line to 700 24th Ave S, Grand Forks, ND 58201

2) Give on Sunday. Give during a Sunday service either by check (please mark the memo line) or with cash in a marked envelope

3) Online Giving. Use the online giving option by clicking the button below. You will need to choose “Stomberg Assistance” in the ‘Give To’ dropdown menu.

You can give via debit/credit card or electronic bank transfer. Also, the church incurs a small fee to be able to accept offerings online. It is always appreciated if you select the ‘Cover the Fees’ option when making your donation.

(Please note that since this is designated for a specific individual your gift will not be considered tax-deductible).