Louisiana Flooding

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Hi my name is Steven Herrell and I was impacted by the Louisiana floods and my heart goes out to anyone that was impacted by the horrible event. By the time we left the house the water was up to my knees inside the house and it got worse over the next few hours everything in the house is ruined and it is deemed unlivable so our landlord is going to demolish it and sell the land. I lived with my grandma who is on social security and has a lot of health problems, my dad who recently lost his job and doesn't have a source of income, and my uncle who is unemployed as well. We lost 3 cars, all of our appliances, our clothes, and our home and our first claim to FEMA got denied hopefully the appeal goes better for us. We have been in a shelter for over 2 weeks and we are very grateful to the churches volunteers and the Red Cross for helping us through this rough time, but we would like to move on and doing that from a shelter with no income and no transportation is very difficult. I'm just asking for any support anyone can give to help us get back on track so that we can move on from this tragedy.Thank you and God bless from the Herrell family

1. Steven Herrell from Denham springs
2. Gofundme is for my family and me which includes my uncle grandma and dad
3. The funds will be used to buy a couple of cars and rent a place to live and survive off of until we are able to find employment and get back on our feet
4. I plan to withdraw the funds using my chase bank account
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Closing the campaign thank you to everyone that supported in any way they could!
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Anthony Tambash
32 months ago
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because not donating wasn't enough, you've gotta criticize his family?

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Ethan Marshall Strouth
32 months ago
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♥ u roo ♥

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Skye Stinson
32 months ago
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There are a million and one reasons that a person may be unemployed than the stereotypical assumption that they are "too lazy and just sit on the couch all day." Medical complications as well as the fact that america is still in a recession should say something. Only the past couple of years many individual with a BA can find their desired employment when they graduated back in 2008/2009. Don't be so ecocentric and closed minded to assume their unemployment on an assumption.

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Ben Lewis
32 months ago
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Your dad and uncle both lived at home and didn't work? You don't work and basically from what I've read your grandma was supporting all three of you on social security.... not sure this is a great thing to donate to. Sounds like perhaps you got the rough end of the stick by having adult figures in your life lead a bad example.. whike I feel bad for you...I think it should raise some red flags as to just what your family might do with the funds...perhaps sit at home and not work....therefore I cannot condone a donation and I sadly found this on ESEA a website know for scamming people....

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Rizwan Hussain
32 months ago

feel good about yourself criticising his family after the situation he has had handed to him? unbelievable

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$12,115 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 396 people in 32 months
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BN
$10
Brandon Nguyen
31 months ago

https://play.esea.net/users/1057160

MO
$10
Moth One
32 months ago

https://play.esea.net/users/1391688 Moth_1

$10
Anonymous
32 months ago
CW
$10
Chad Warden
32 months ago

https://play.esea.net/users/1276926 :)

AA
$10
Awra Araia
32 months ago

Every bit helps :) https://play.esea.net/users/3049

JS
$10
Jesse Senger
32 months ago

Sorry to hear about all those affected by the flood. Here is a little something to help. https://play.esea.net/users/1099097

AC
$10
Andreas Cabraja
32 months ago

https://play.esea.net/users/590013

DH
$10
Dakota Howarth
32 months ago

https://play.esea.net/users/755876 gl.

JR
$40
John Reynolds
32 months ago

On behalf of a5, Keep your head up young buck~

Anthony Tambash
32 months ago
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because not donating wasn't enough, you've gotta criticize his family?

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Ethan Marshall Strouth
32 months ago
2
2

♥ u roo ♥

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Skye Stinson
32 months ago
1
1

There are a million and one reasons that a person may be unemployed than the stereotypical assumption that they are "too lazy and just sit on the couch all day." Medical complications as well as the fact that america is still in a recession should say something. Only the past couple of years many individual with a BA can find their desired employment when they graduated back in 2008/2009. Don't be so ecocentric and closed minded to assume their unemployment on an assumption.

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Ben Lewis
32 months ago
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Your dad and uncle both lived at home and didn't work? You don't work and basically from what I've read your grandma was supporting all three of you on social security.... not sure this is a great thing to donate to. Sounds like perhaps you got the rough end of the stick by having adult figures in your life lead a bad example.. whike I feel bad for you...I think it should raise some red flags as to just what your family might do with the funds...perhaps sit at home and not work....therefore I cannot condone a donation and I sadly found this on ESEA a website know for scamming people....

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Rizwan Hussain
32 months ago

feel good about yourself criticising his family after the situation he has had handed to him? unbelievable

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