New to the idea of begging for anything, however with a pregnancy test stating I am going to be a father in a matter of months and being unemployed due to covid-19, its time to put pride aside. I would like to beg for two different aspects. The first is for all the things I am going to need for my baby including potential hospital cost. If I could receive $20,000 towards that it would be great and huge stress off my family. The second ask is because I would like to provide for my family with out having to beg for money in the future and one day actually pay it forward. I would like to start a restaurant business. I know restaurants require a lot of start up capital. So instead, my goal would be $100,000 to start a food truck business. I have had experience running and working on a food truck. I have a master’s degree in business administration; thus, I understand what it will take in order to make my business successful. So, in total I am asking for $120,000 for my baby and for a business for I can support my family going forward. More obviously would be better but I feel like I am already asking a lot. My first commitment is to covering the cost for baby. My family has to come first. Everything above $20,000 will go towards starting a business. To me it’s the idea of the man who gives a fish versus teaching to fish. If you give a fish to man he eats for day. If you teach a man to fish, he eats for the rest of his life. If I able to receive $120,000. It will allow me a chance to take care of family with my own hard work. It will allow me to be a positive force in the community. As I grow my business, it will allow me to hire others and help them achieve financial stability. My hope and dream are that I am able to make a successful business that I one day will be able to pass on to my baby. I want my child to be proud of me and what I accomplished. I want to be able to tell him that this was all made possible by the kindness of others. That there really are good people in this world and that you get what you put in. Thus, treat people the way you would like to be treated with kindness and respect.
Thank you for your consideration,
Sincerely the Brown Family