The love from Margot Foundations first support recipient was named Amanda Parish and was the primary inspiration for the foundation. When I first met Amanda she was a 38 year old African American mother of three. She only had Medicare with no supplemental private insurance. The Love From Margot Foundation paid for her expenses in relation to her radiation treatment and paid for supplemental chemotherapy that Medicare would not pay for. In addition, there were many other expenses primarily treatment not covered by Amanda’s Medicare insurance but in short we estimate the foundation paid for roughly $12,000 in expenses. Moreover, the founder of the Love from Margot Foundation spent numerous hours with her, especially during the last five days of Amanda’s life providing a support system that helps a person accept and transition into death, a skill set he learned from Dale Borglum, founder of the Living Dying Project.