Renee Capers and her 5 children will be evicted

Renee Capers is a young women in a group on Facebook to which I belong.  I had posted a story about a man in Florida who paid $7,000+ to cover the unpaid utilities of over 100 people.  Within 12 hours, 320 people on "Good News During Coronavirus" had "liked" my post,   The group was started by a man who lives here in Charleston, and began with a few hundred people.  Six months later, there are 21,400 members!  One of the respondents to the post (Renee Capers) said that she wished help could be available to her.  She has five children and is going to be evicted from their rental house on 12/31/2020.  She has no family to help her, and is anticipating living in a tent.  (It will be cold in January here in Charleston, SC.  She lives in a rural area of nearby Berkeley County.)  CARE forbade evictions, but that ends on 12/31.  Her landlord already is preparing legal documents for eviction.  She has contacted every resource she can think of.  Even the county seems to have nothing but food assistance; I found the same.  I am going to post this on "Good News" in the hopes that some of the 300+ who have "liked"/"loved" the post about the man in Florida will help one of our own, closer neighbors.  "I was a stranger and you welcomed me in."  (Matthew 25:35)     NOTE:  I will be withdrawing these funds on Renee's behalf.


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Katherine Donovan-Sherpa 
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