What motivates you to donate money? 

 For me, it must be a cause in which I strongly believe and for a person I know or know of who is genuinely in need of help.  A person who already is an inspiration to me and others in ways which has already ‘paid forward’ their deserving of help now.  Most of us feel good about helping others we genuinely believe need help, but often feel unsure of the many who put up their hand, thinking that they could help themselves more effectively if they would just get off their butt and work, right?  Sometimes we want to help but also don’t want to become part of the problem by giving to everyone who makes our heart bleed because then we, ourselves, wouldn’t have any money left.  I was taught that it is better to teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime, rather than just giving him a fish to feed him for one day.  I still believe that.  There ARE times though when some people, despite doing everything within their power to stay afloat, have been proverbially pushed under the water and are flailing to survive…

There is a strong patriot woman with whom I am friends and she has helped thousands of people so far in her life with her fierce love for our country and her in-depth knowledge of the Constitution and our unalienable rights.

She has had a tragedy occur in her life and is facing homelessness.  Many of her belongings have been stolen and destroyed.  She has been beaten up and her life threatened.  Now, she is a strong woman, but even strong women find it difficult to defend themselves against stronger men who will stop at nothing to enact their rage against strong patriot women…because some men feel threatened by women like that.

This is not me, nor for me…I have fought my demons and I am here to stand for women who need me to cover their six.  That’s what I am doing right now.  I am covering her six and I need an army of patriots to help me protect her.  I cannot reveal who she is for the sake of security, as the situation is in the hands of police right now.  Furthermore, she is a high-profile woman in the patriot movement and is embarrassed to even call for help.  We lose 22 Vets a day to suicide because they didn’t feel they could ask for help.  She is not a Vet but her service to our country is great.  I ask you again:  what motivates you to contribute money?  Will you help our Republic by helping just one person today?  Please help her keep a roof over her head, her power connected, replace basic items in her home and her vehicle so she can get back on her feet and continue helping us all with her countless hours of unpaid dedication to keeping our country free.

Organizer and beneficiary

Villina Greenwell
Salt Lake City, UT
Tresa Haywood

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