Asking/Begging for Funds
RE: Poss Help for car repairs/or down-payment for another one/Two-time Cancer Survivor/Diabetes/Now Heart Issues
Attn: Poss Wish Grant Associates;
I ran across your name/info while searching info online about loans/grants, so I’m writing you due to it, hoping possibly for help. No I don’t know if you’re legit, you don;’t know if I am, but I am and I’m desperate. I’m writing to you and to see if I could possibly receive a grant/funds, to help me with medical bills/ and/or car repairs or down-payment to get another one or pay cash for another used on.
I continue to have MD visits, as well as past due hospital bill, fees for upfront co-pay for continuing followup care, for a much needed CT/Pet Scan, a much needed surgery down payment (cancer breast implant has burst), it’s flat; and my colon reversal surgery in the near future, was recently diagnose of SVT (Afib Arrhythmia); and need surgery on both of my hands, due to cysts (all is true). When it comes to my health, when it rains, it pours, and it’s so hard for me to meet all my obligations monthly, off of my SSD amount. I was in pretty good health a few years back, until I was diagnosed with breast cancer, then a few years later, diabetes, then a few more years, colon cancer and now Afib and issues with both of my hands, right hand worse, and I’m right handed (all can be proven).
A few years after my Breast Cancer, before colon cancer, I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. I’m a 62yr of age and I’m no longer in treatments, for my cancer, except I still having issues as if I am. I know I don’t reside in your area, but at times you get desperate, so you began reaching out to almost any and everyone; especially when you’ve gone to services in your area/state and they can’t help you. As I stated, it’s as if I still have cancer, because I live with the aftermath/effects of what I went through, which is a constant reminder of the cancer; and everything I’m about to say is true and could be proven.
Since my x2 cancer diagnoses, I was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes in 2006, I live off SSD (thank God), which is better than not having anything, but once you’re ill and have living expenses, as well as trying to live with and take care of the complications/health issues you have to live with, that small amount you get through social security is just not enough. There are many times, I have to miss a month or two refilling some of my meds, or getting my colostomy bag supplies, which I now have an colostomy since colon cancer; all because I just don’t have the funds to do it each month, and with all of this, I was recently (just this month), I was hospitalized and diagnosed with (Afib Arrhythmia.. On top of all my illnesses, I have a very older model vehicle (1996) Toyota corolla, because haven’t been able to purchase another vehicle in over 14-15 yrs, and it seems to break down every other month
with some kind of issue, it’s n the shop as I’m writing this letter, and that could be proven, it ran hot x3 days ago; it’s always doing something, but that’s because it’s old and all the parts are going out on it, so that takes a lot of my money as well, but I can’t afford a car note for a better one, so I make do with it.
Before this drastic changes in my life, I was working on a very good job, a job I had been on for x27yrs, but after breast cancer and due to the daily pain it left me with, I had to leave that job. I have what the MD’s are calling “Severe Nerve Damage/Neuropathic Pain/Post Mastectomy Syndrome, and since my colon cancer, I’m now living with rectal pain (lucky me). I had a colon resection (due to my colon cancer) and it has not yet been reversed yet, and I’m not sure if and when it will be, because for some reasons I continue to have pain in my rectal area. So, I live with the daily pain, as well as the complications due to breast cancer, now I have to deal with, when will I have another episode of Afib, before my MD decides to do a surgery called “Afib Ablation”, and my hands issues just recently; but I must say, with all I’m dealing with, I’m grateful to be alive, plus there’s nothing I can really do about it anyway, but to go on with life. It gets very hard at times, but you can’t give up. So not only do I have to deal with the aftermath of both cancer, I also Lymphedema.
The last 9-10 years have been a trying time for me, all the while I was going through my illnesses/issues, I had to begin taking care of my mom. I had to become her POA, because she was diagnosed with Alzheimer. I had to place her in a nursing home (have proof of that as well), but I was there every day, twice a day, even through my chemo/radiation treatments. I would go before or after each treatment to make sure she was OK; which anyone who knows about nursing home and the staff, they are not the best and treat their patients worse than animals, and I learn all too well about that. Anyone at the nursing home facility would vouch for me, saying how I was there come rain or shine, except the few days I was in the hospital. They didn’t like that I was there daily, but I was there no matter how I felt. And because of my illnesses, I just couldn’t care for her full time at my home, and because of that guilt, that’s why I was there every single day, sometimes, twice a day to help feed her. I finally lost my mom January 2016, and it kind of made things that much harder, because at least when I felt bad about my issues/pain, being able to visit her, was a blessing because she made me smile.
I’m just giving you a lil history about myself, and you can even look me up on Google, because I share my two-time cancer survivor story on many websites to encourage others, that no matter how bad it is, or how bad it gets, if you’re still alive, it’s OK. I’m praying that you would at lease take a minute and think about possibly helping me with with even a small grant. If you’re willing to help in any way, even if it’s paying a bill, or x1 month rent, or a small amount to help me get some much needed work done on my old 1996 Toyota corolla/or get another one, it would help. I’ve been driving an older model car, because I haven’t been able to afford another one in years, but that car takes a lot of my money, but I have to drive smothering. If you decide to help, and need any info on me (no matter what it is), or a letter from my oncologist or primary MD/PCP, I can get that.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me by phone# above and/or sending info to my home address above. And if you can’t help, that’s understandable, but I want to thank you anyway, for taking the time to read my letter.