Family Living in a Van in Need!
I want to introduce you to William and his family.
There's William, his wife Lisa, and his two surviving children, both minors, so I won't mention their names, but one became a teenager today.
A picture from happider times.
I know them from hosting internet radio shows with William for many years, and in this world of the internet, have actually met he and his family in person.
William and his family are homeless. they live in a mini van, the four of them.
We are raising money to get them into a home, so the family can escape the crime, and the cold winter weather of the streets.
The amount is small, overall, but means the world to them.
A couple years back William and his family had a home. they lost it due to pay cuts. They have stayed with relatives, but that welcome mat was ripped away overnight.
Over 10 years ago William saved one of his children from being run over by a speeding vehicle, and took the hit himself. He died three times on the table, but was brought back each time. He suffered massive injuries, and has been denied assistance over and over, despite his injuries
Now suffering with C.O.P.D. and Emphysema, William has it harder than ever!
Where Would Your Donation Go?
To first months rent and a security deposit on a place the family, and the kids, can call home. A place to hang their hat A base to bring stability, as well as clothes for the kids, and some food.
Should the amount asked be surpassed, William would most likely assist others in need, paying it forward.
You see, William decided to obtain his Divinity Degree the last couple years, with the goal of ministering to the homeless! Now, he is homeless with the people he intended to help! That will not stop him.
William Grew Up and Lives in rural San Diego
When you say San Diego, one pictures beaches, sunshine, etc, but not so in rural San Diego, which is where William and his family live. that is a horse of a different stripe. Boulevard San Diego County, look it up, it's rough!
No child ought to be living out of a van, and William and Lisa's children are special needs, to boot. Picture Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, all spent, one atop the other.
Thank You for reading this far, and for considering helping!Just that simple act means a lot.
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