I'm trying to raise money to get caught up on all my bills I'm facing possible eviction. While catching up on all utilities. Back to school shopping, and personals hygiene products for me and my boys.
I found myself facing unimaginable challenges. My 15-year-old son Daniel had endured a life-threatening incident that left him fighting for his life. He was shot six times and spent majority of his stay in the ICU, His shooting was all over the news, in Philadelphia PA strawberry mansion section. Daniel required a critical blood transfusion to survive. Meanwhile, I am by his side every step of the way I found myself dealing with my own battle. As Daniel was undergoing surgery, I was facing a serious injury. I had a fracture in both my tibia and fibula, I couldn't walk without excruciating pain. In order to regain mobility, I underwent a major surgical procedure that required extensive rehabilitation. In the midst of all this turmoil, the family was struck by another blow. I'm already overwhelmed with the emotional toll of Daniel's near-death experience; I lost her job. With no remaining paid time off, I was left without a source of income to support my family. As the bills piled up and I struggled to make ends meet, my financial situation became dire. I found falling behind on rent and other essential expenses, while also battling the weight of postpartum depression after the recent birth of my newborn. I decided to reach out to the community for support, believing that with kindness and compassion, I could overcome these adversities. I embarked on a journey of resilience, starting a fundraising campaign to help with my financial burdens and provide a stable foundation for my family again. I need your help. Your generous donations will provide a lifeline for my family, allowing me to catch up on rent, pay off some bills, and begin the healing process both physically and emotionally. Every contribution, no matter how small, will make a significant impact on my journey towards recovery.
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