Help Sarah with her student loans

Sarah is a single mom who works as a children’s librarian. Three years ago, when she finished her master’s degree, Sarah’s student loans totaled $60,000. She has paid steadily ever since and now owes $69,000 — more than twice the annual income she earns. She feels perpetually on the edge of peril — one car breakdown away from disaster. Sarah buys clothes for herself and Max almost exclusively at Goodwill. They don’t have WiFi at home — only movies from the library for entertainment. No meals out or weekend getaways. “I love my job because I feel like I help people. And it’s tangible,” says Sarah. But she is afraid she will never be able to get rid of the loan. Please help Sarah and Max to start a new loan payments free life.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/this-life-an-existence-she-loves-under-a-growing-cloud-of-student-debt/2018/01/08/3daac3ce-f32b-11e7-97bf-bba379b809ab_story.html?utm_term=.bfceec195357
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Organizer and beneficiary

Anna Lokshin 
Organizer
Pittsburgh, PA
Sarah Pool 
Beneficiary
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