Thank you for taking the time to read this.
My purpose for seeking funds is not that I am not working. I am. I work in the helping professions. New administration took over the facility where I work a little over a year ago and have discharged many of the residents; others are covered by insurance that is out of network. Because of this in many cases I have not been getting reimbursed for the services I provide. I had interviewed for another position, was trained and told I would be on-boarded at a particular facility, and was then given the runaround for three months with the company finally deciding to go in another direction. That three-month waiting period ate into my savings.
I recently interviewed with another company and I am due to start a new position sometime in January, as the paperwork required for these positions often take a while to process, and because follow-through tends to get slower during the holiday season. I am seeking donations to cover a couple of months’ rent, student loan payments, the phone bill and job-related training and credentialing until I start the new position. Any amount I receive is greatly appreciated. I have worked for many decades, starting with summer jobs at the age of 13. I will be eligible to retire next month, but I have no plans of doing so because my finances will not allow it and I don’t want to retire with student loan debt.
I am used to being the person who is there for others. I have always been responsible, so I never expected to be in this situation, but here I am. In a way it is ironic. I have never been comfortable asking for help, though I don’t mind helping others. So I offer a heartfelt thanks for any assistance you may provide and express my gratitude to the generous souls who respond to my request. I continue to remind myself that, “….we live in a purposeful universe. Life is always for you; it is never against you. It is a fact that blessings sometimes come wrapped in fear, pain, and tears. In choosing to practice unconditional gratitude you are choosing to trust the process, to honor your feelings and to place your faith in an outcome of inevitable grace.”— William Holden, Be Happy.
May you receive many blessings.
My PayPal is below.