As many of you know, our founder Danitsia was born with Cystic Fibrosis. At the age of 5 her family was hit with a disastrous event in where she lost both her brothers, Junior was 21 and Rey was 12 at the time, to a fatal car accident in Venezuela. The death of her brother Rey had always been a looming day in the life of her family because Rey, like Dani, was born with Cystic Fibrosis though he was misdiagnosed most of his life and did not achieve the diagnosis until age 7. By then the damage to his lungs had been significant and other organs had been affected. Once the tissue in your lungs has been scarred and damaged beyond function, it cannot be reversed. Rey was on the verge of multiple organ failure and was put on a double lung transplant list, a liver transplant list, and a kidney transplant list. The odds of Rey surviving past the age of 18 were slim to none.
As an online community of nearly 2000 members, we feel a certain sting when one of our own is affected by disasters of this nature because we treat the people in our community, all over the world, like family. Our motto, “One Family, Many Worlds” is not just a catchy slogan, it’s something we all truly believe in.
As such we will continuously try to support another great organization like the American Red Cross to assist wherever we can to help the countless victims of natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma across the globe. We urge all of our members to give and give regularly as we work together, as human beings, to help each other through the storm of life.
Maria “Danitsia” Espino,
CEO of The Last Prophecy Gaming, Inc.