Help Keep the Lindsay's Afloat
The Lindsays have been through a lot over the last few years.
Sean has struggled with constant infections - living with picc lines and constant antibiotics, having procedures to try and stop the reflux in his leg, and the most alarming of all - landing in the ICU with several blood clots in his lungs. He has a job with the postal service, but it's just below full-time status, and when he misses work, he doesn't get paid leave.
On top of that, Karen lives with chronic issues. MS, Seizures, Migraines, etc. Last year she had Optic Neuritis that caused her to go permanently 50% blind in her right eye. She's had two more MS recurrences
since then - and that puts her firmly on Social Security Disability.
Their apartment complex is ideal. When they moved there, it was well within their budget, but of course they've raised the rent over the last five years. The apartment is on the top floor of a building with an elevator, which makes it quiet for Karen to be able to stay stress-free - and it has a walk-in shower, which is 100% necessary.
A lot of their medical bills are covered, but what's left over is formidable. They owe well over 10k, but if they could whittle that down, they'd be on their way to getting their heads above water.
Sean has been selling their collectables until their down to the stuff they'd be pained to sell, that's kept them barely going for the last year. Now they're seeing if they could get some help. While they're on the waitlist for some Government programs, maybe you could see your way clear to donate something to help them pay down their medical debt.
They can offer you love and hope for karmic returns tenfold - something they've been blessed with during the course of their lives as well.
I trying to see If the apartment complex would take a few months rent in advance or if we can't get enough donations use what ever we can to move to a cheaper apartment and also your donations would help for moving expenses.
Now I've tried getting a cosigner, no one was willing to help even my family members we out. We make plenty of money to pay our bills and rent. it's this rule they have you make 3 times amount with your income to qualify. We have scaled down, we have sold items and we down sized in every way. I just don't know what else to do.
I'm asking all of you to dig down and help us with this problem or By January we are out of this apartment and on the street, I hoping we can stay here if we can't I will have try my best to find a new place. A new place we would have to Qualify not only with credit but also with income and deposits. If we stay here the only thing we need is to show income. So i'm counting on friends, bloggers, pod casters, followers, and Just plain strangers to help. please help in any way possible.
Thanks Sean Lindsay
I have a minor goal that i'm trying to reach and we all most there. We are so close just shy of what we need to pay our rent, everything else is covered.
I want to thank you all for your kindness, I know at some point we will pay it forward. This makes me so happy that people care. :)
What ever help you can give will greatly be appreciated.
After over a month of talking to the leasing agents - AND the home office, we STILL have no idea what's going to happen at the end of September.
We've had to spend some money already to start getting ready - boxes, tape, other moving stuff - you know what you have to do to pack up a living space. We just can't afford that outlay.
As it sits right now in the middle of September, we have less than $50 in the bank. We have no food. Eating whatever we can scrounge to make one meal a day. The cats get food first, so they're taken care of for a couple of weeks. I don't get paid until the end of the month, but again, that's when we're going to be put out of this apartment, most likely.
I'm updating because I was asked to give this link out, and I had to update the page to re-activate the campaign.
I continue to wonder how we can continue this way. If it weren't for our support - friends like you - I don't know that we'd have made it this far.