Gabby helped design the shirts herself!
(GREENSBURG, Ind.) -- The Greensburg community continues to rally behind a St. Mary's School student and her family.
Gabby Miller is a sixth grader whose world turned upside down over Christmas Break.
In late December, she suddenly lost feeling in her legs and feet and was taken to the hospital.
Doctors fear the sudden illness could be acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM. It’s an extremely rare disease which attacks the spinal cord.
Gabby is still at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, as her parents, Suzanne and Matt, care for her while also raising three active boys.
Suzanne has been forced to take time off from working at Rivera Screen Printing and Embroidery. The company has received numerous calls from the community asking how people can help the family.
Some of Gabby's classmates parents came up with the idea of a shirt fundraiser which the business launched on Tuesday night.
The best part? Gabby helped design the shirts herself!
"The sweetest thing I heard all week - her voice saying, 'Mom, give me the phone. I want to talk to Bev,'" said Bev Rivera.
The shirts are now available for purchase online, by phone or in-person.
Rivera Screen Printing is located at 1010 E State Road 46 in Greensburg and their phone number is (812) 663-0816.
A meal train has also been established which you can click here to learn more and contribute.