In loving memory of a cherished soul, we said goodbye on August 7th. She graced our lives as an incredible daughter, a cherished friend, and above all, a perfect girlfriend. She excelled in her studies, with just one more year remaining at the University of Washington, Seattle. Her dedication and hard work were truly admirable. The pain of her absence is profound as she was a gem of a human being. The impact she had on all those fortunate enough to know her was significant.
Her radiant smile was a source of immense joy, and though the ache of her loss is deep, we believe Angelina would want us to stand strong and keep our smiles bright. Angelina possessed a deep love and compassion for the elderly, and she held a strong desire to support them in any way she could.
In honor of Angelina's memory and her passion for helping elders, we have established a fundraiser. All contributions received will be directed towards the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging, reflecting Angelina's spirit and her commitment to making a difference in the lives of elderly individuals. Your support is not only a tribute to her but also a continuation of her legacy of care and compassion.
EDIT: There's a misconception as to why we are setting up a GoFundMe page for Angelina where the money goes towards the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging. The reason why we are doing this is because this is what Angelina's family and her mom wanted. They asked me and my friends to set up this gofundme page for charity. Angelina spent years of her life dedicated to improving the lives of the elderly through volunteer work, which is why we set up this GoFundMe page for the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging.
We have received several emails that voiced their clear misunderstanding of the situation, some of which contain death threats. If you do not want to donate, that's fine, but please leave us alone while we are still grieving over Angelina.