Please help a sick widow and mother with money for her rent, food, and bills. I am suffering from bursitis on both arms and shoulders. I have received treatment from physiotherapists and orthopedics, with little improvement. I have used up my savings and I currently rely on friends and family. Around this time last year, I was healthy enough and working 2 jobs.
With your help my family will be able to buy bus passes for our commute. My closest neighbor used to drive my car to my doctor’s appointments but we stopped because I cannot afford auto insurance. Consequently, I use transit buses for all my errands including getting to my medical appointments. I also need help to pay off a delinquent auto loan of about $6,000, so my friend’s son can doordash and support me as well.
I have a gifted student in my home who takes 2 public buses to and from school 5 days as week. For this winter and fall, we really need help to buy appropriate clothes and boots to keep this student warm as she leaves home by 5 am for school.
I had to stop going to the foodbank because I can no longer lift more than 800 grams and they open on week days during school hours. Since it’s not convenient my child to skip school too frequently to go to for foodbanks, I am asking for help to get food. We also need help with electricity bills and 2 medium hea6ters for fall and winter. We can even buy our supplements that are not covered by insurance.
I also made attempts to get support from social services, but they failed. I have not given up even though their processes seem really slow. While I keep hoping that those agencies will grant me the needed assistance some day soon, I am pleading with every kind-hearted person who reads this note to help me with any amount they can. Out of your generous donations, I hope to buy Christmas gifts for my children who has been my support since the beginning of my illness.
During winter, I usually buy coats for any other student who needs one. The kids I have helped in the past, were those we meet at the bus stop on cold mornings, wearing light clothes. Meaning that every winter, I give out extra clothes, socks, and gloves to a needy child in my neighborhood. However, unless I receive help, I may not be able to help another child stay warm on cold school days
Please we need your help.