She literally walked out the door with the shoes on her feet, and forgot to grab a jacket.
Trisha is one of the hardest working individuals I have ever known. She works a full-time job as a construction project manager, has her own business selling and promoting skin care, and is a full-time mom in every sense of the word. I've never understood where she got the energy to be so many things to so many people, but what happenned today is a challenge she cannot take on and tackle by herself.
If your kid lost their backpack, would you replace it? If they out grew their shoes, would you buy them new ones? Now start going through that shopping list for every item in your home that you touch in a single day...
They do have insurance, but we all know how slowly that wheel turns. What they need right now, and why I am asking for help, are the basics. Shoes. Underwear. Pants. Socks. Jackets. School Supplies, etc.
I googled a few items from Target, and here's the type of things your donation will go towards....
$10, 9-pack of underoos
$20, pair of shoes
Your money will help keep them on their feet as they face the next hardest few weeks of their lives, rebuilding from scratch, and waiting for the formal process of recovery to run its course.
No ammount is too small, but time is of the essence. Please help if you can.
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