I am currently going through a divorce. We was married for 11 years, we struggled with fertility all those years in 2019 we decided to try one last thing IVF.. which was emotionally and financially straining on our marriage. My husband was my rock, my provider, my truest confidant. The IVF did not take. Fast forward to Covid-19… My husband worked for the same company for 13 years and became a very essential part of a major one owner company. As we was all sent to work from home if we could… He began to slowly get depressed with everything we had been through and now not having the distraction of going to work and mingling with co- workers he no longer had to put up a front of how sad and depressed he was. He started using a upper… He became secluded and pushed me away. I tried to help him he hated me for knowing what he was doing as he didn’t have to see anyone, he only now talked to people through a phone. I left a few times. In August I left knowing we would be leagally separating. I came to my home town Vinton, La… One week before hurricane Laura hit and devastated and destroyed our town, our homes, our place of businesses. I work for Allstate imagine trying to work in a disaster ridden area and do insurance on top of that. I had no money , no job, and I didn’t go after spousal support because I knew he couldn’t pay it and I didn’t want the financial stress on him I thought maybe that will help him get better. It didn’t. We lost our home and everything I worked for too. I am currently back working and have the opportunity to rent a spot for a rv… Everyone is in apartments right now because they’re homes are being repay and rebuilt. I have been living with friends and family since August. I found the perfect little spot. The lot space is 550$ and I have had the money saved for awhile now. Unfortunately with so many people wanting in that rv park they are requiring first and your last months lot rent. I am short 300$ to make that happen. If anyone feels lead to donate, you would be making a woman who went from a loving home, a great job… To my whole world gone in a blink of a eye feel like I can have a life again and I am worthy of having stability and a place to call home. I will always pay it forward and help in anyway I can to show hope and love like people have shown me. Thank you and love to each person who reads this post.