Stand With Eric and Jillian

An update from Eric and Jillian.

"Eric and Jillian are extremely grateful for the continued support they have received. Every message, prayer, donation and well wish has helped them to stay strong throughout this difficult process. During an isolating experience, the kindness of the community near and far is what helps them to remember they are truly not alone and that there is a fellowship of friends holding  them up.

Their next court date has been scheduled for December 8th. They continue to hope and  pray for justice and truth to be seen in their case.

Both Eric and Jillian actively read  the messages on PayPal, Venmo and the emails they receive. Please know that on PayPal, Eric and Jillian are unable to respond to messages and donations they receive. They do read every message left there. Venmo does allow for them to respond to donations and well wishes and they do their best to thank everyone as soon as possible. Both Eric and Jillian also receive every email and  are doing their best to respond to each  of them. Every donation they received has helped them to continue to  support their family and face the obstacles ahead.

The Truth

There are news and media outlets showing edited versions of the video. It is imprtant for viewers to get the whole story and the the whole truth. Here is the full video from July 1st, 2020.

Eric and Jillian

Eric and Jillian speak to reporters about July 1st and the events that have happened since. Click the link below to watch the full interview on Click On Detroit.

watch full interview

Thank You!

As you may know, Eric and Jillian have lost their jobs from Oakland University and Hallmark Corporation respectively. Thank you so much to those who have offered to help share in the great financial burden Eric and Jillian are now facing.

For your convenience, we have posted several options that enable you to give. If you would like to give through PayPal or Fundrazr, just click the links. If you would like to give through Venmo, please use on your Venmo app.

The above statement is not a solicitation for donations. Any contributions are considered gifts to be used by the family as need is prevalent. The IRS defines gifts as being not tax deductible.