Christian comedian Bone Hampton is in need of prayers and our financial help as he recently suffered a kidney and congestive heart failure. For decades, Bone Hampton has brought joy and laughter to so many lives. He has traveled the country, uplifting downcast hearts and promoting laughter that encourages the spirit. He has devoted countless hours to honing his craft while inspiring and teaching young comics to do the same. By traveling to city after city, Bone has made a living, providing for himself and his son.
A recently launched GoFundMe page reveals that the "America's Got Talent" alum, who is one of comedy's most in-demand funnymen, is currently in the "fight of his life."
The campaign reveals, "Now, he is experiencing the fight of his life, and he needs our financial support. Because of the pandemic, opportunities to work in the entertainment industry disappeared. But during the summer of 2021, doors began to open, and life on the road seemed to be returning to normalcy. Unfortunately, another unexpected setback has beset him. He is experiencing congestive heart failure, as massive amounts of fluid are surrounding his lungs and heart, causing his kidneys to shut down. The result? A lengthy hospital stay and an even lengthier recovery and rehabilitation, which are yet to come.
Despite the obstacles, his family and friends are confident in God's healing power, and we look forward to the day when Bone is restored to full health. But he needs more than just our prayers and well wishes. His doctors have already informed and even ordered him to remain off the stage indefinitely, pending significant improvement in his heart and kidney function. This will be a long journey back to health, but we can help ease the worry and anxiety that result from the inability to work and provide. If you can bless Bone Hampton financially during this very trying circumstance, please contribute to his GoFundMe. All the money raised will be used to supplement his lost income and to pay for his mounting medical expenses."
If you can help go to his GoFundMe page. All donations will be used to supplement Hampton's lost income and pay for his medical expenses.