Adriana Sanchez

I want to thank all my friends and Samaritans for their donations and support. God bless you!
I would like to share how I am doing today. I feel better every day with more energy in my body. That makes me feel that I can continue my life as it was before. However, the reality is different, I have not had work since my hospitalization (April 2018). As my recovery has been slow, it has been an obstacle to return to teach dance. First of all, I used to work in schools that in general the new school year begin in August, because of I was in recovery I could not renew my work contract. I needed more time to feel physically and mentally strong. Secondly, because I work with my body it has been impossible for me to return to teaching. Third, in October I felt much better to work, but at that time there are not employment contracts in the schools and organizations with which I did usually work. Consequently, I still need financial help to meet the minimum daily needs that every human being should have.
Help me to get the goal. I need to raise at least $5,800 dollars to pay the rent and to cover the basics.
I would appreciate any donation of $5 dollars $10 or anything you feel in your heart. Thousand thanks!!
This Recovery Fund was set up with the hope of easing the burden. Thank you for your support.
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My name is Adriana Sanchez. I am a dance teacher, choreographer and artistic director of Colombian Soul Dance Company. On April 11, 2018, I was hospitalized for a hard and deep pain in my abdomen, which had started on April 9 and I though it was going to go away soon. It was eventually diagnosed that I had appendicitis, that the procedure was going to be easy and that I’d be going home in few hours. 
The truth was that I got peritonitis and I was at the hospital for one month. I lost 25 pounds and my muscle mass. My recovery has been very slowly and painful. Until now, it has taken 3 months at home, slowly recuperating.
I need to raise at least $5,800 dollars to pay the rent and bills I owe already.
This Recovery Fund was set up with the hope of easing the burden. Thank you for your support.
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Adriana Sanchez 
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San Francisco, CA
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