Hello, I am looking for some help for me and my 6 year old. We have had a very hard, trying last year. My daughter’s dad became addicted to drugs about a year and a half ago, and went from being in her life every day to maybe a few times a month. He’s caused so much heartache and pain for my daughter. And myself. We’ve watched him deteriorate and drift away. And my daughter doesn’t understand. Things are getting harder without having his help anymore and I just can’t keep up. I had to drop out of school and go back to work full time. We lost our apartment and are back living with family for right now. On top of him just not helping anymore he has stolen so much and caused me to miss paying bills or rent on more than one occasion. Not to mention all the money and help I’ve given him in the recent months because it’s hard to see him suffering with nothing and no one. Even if he has caused this. My daughter loves gymnastics, I think it helps hee forget that hee daddy is gone and focus on something positive and fun. This is her fourth year and she is on team this year. I cannot afford to send her on her first trip for competition, and I’ve waited until the last minute because I don’t like to ask for help and can usually make it work. This time, I just can’t. I also need to give my sister the money knows her for rent because she also struggles and that’s what we agreed upon and I need to hold up my end after everything she’s done for me. My cell phone is shut off at the moment, I only have Wi-Fi which makes things extra hard. Not to mention things like gas to get to work and take my daughter to school every day. Those are my main concerns and what I truly need help with right now. I’ve budgeted it all out and if I can come up with $300 today or tomorrow I can make that work and get my daughter to her competition and maybe take a full breath again. But honestly anything at all will help. Thank you for your time and listening to my problems and if you do decide to help us, it’ll mean the world to me and my girl and i will be forever grateful. And i will also be sure to pay it forward.