Dear friends, I'm coming to you in hopes that this story will touch your heart. Throughout the years spent in LA, Denise became like a mother to me (and other close friends as well). There were times I didn't have a dollar to my name, and she fed us. When I needed love, she was always there with a warm heart & endless hugs. She truly is one of a kind. she has lost her childhood home, suffered a stroke and now may lose all of her possessions, including her apartment. Denise has outlived most of her family and has no one to turn to but the graciousness of strangers. It's times like this I pray for miracles. If you could spare even a few dollars to help her, we would be eternally grateful. God bless & thanks for reading...
"Talent manager and Writer for the Los Angeles Examiner Denise Denny rushed to hospital from a major Stroke. Our insiders say she suffered a stroke and was alone at the time. Emergency crews had to break into her home in West Hollywood Ca. Her body is completely paralyzed on the right side. She is in serious but stable condition and recouping at Cedars Sinai in Beverly Hills.
.... Now, while trying to be able to afford to get back to her out-patient rehabilitation, she is now being evicted from her apartment. It will take money for her to be able to hire movers to pack and move her belongings, as well as being able to pay for the deposit on a new place to live. We are desperately hoping that we will be able to raise enough money before she ends up losing everything she owns and she ends up homeless
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