Surprisingly she was born on the cusp of the eclipse in late August, 1 month early & stayed a week in the hospital until she was healthy enough to be released.
After her release a series of unexpected events for her parents Victor & Zevanya left them homeless & on the streets of LA. The baby is two month old now and her father has been working, washing car windows at Highland & Sunset trying to raise enough money to take a train back home to Albuquerque New Mexico, as well as catch up on some past due rent, storage & medical needs.
2 train tickets $180.00(Baby is Free w/ Adult fare)
Rent for Sept/Oct($575 per mos.) $1150.00
Storage Space past due $350
Baby Clothes, Food/Diapers, Medical $320
We, Jake Michaels & Javier Gonzalez approached Victor & Zevanya at their tent Thursday morning & inquired into their story. Since then we have met with them, bought them a few baby supplies & food, as well as contact their landlord George to verify rent funds needed, train cost etc.
This is a real life crisis, all verified, with the primary goal being to get a 2 month old premature baby & her parents off the streets of LA & home, safe & sound.
Any funds raised will be immediately paid towards their rent, train tickets, storage space & medical bills, with a little extra in gift cards to get some food & home supplies once they are back in Albuquerque.
Victor & Zevanya have been honest & forthcoming & only need a helping hand for a fresh start for their new family.
Their gratefulness has been acutely obvious in every word they have shared with us & their humbleness in being down & out & yet strong with resolve to get their baby home, on their own...or with the kindness & generosity of others.
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