Pay utilities

I will be 82 years old in January. I live only on Social Security. My savings have been exhausted due to inflation, medical expenses, and a number of other things. I don't need a great deal of money since I live a rather frugal life. I can pay my rent and groceries. However, as a result of a major rent increase during the epidemic,  I am having extreme difficulty meeting my utility bills and a few other routine expenses. If I had an additional $100 a month, I should be able to make it through the next year OK.

The utilities are extra expensive since they are billed by the landlord and call "supplemental rent." If they were billed by a utility company, they would no doubt be less. Nevertheless, I have no choice -- pay or move out.

I am appealing for $12-1500 to get me through the next year. While the amount of money is relatively small, the need is urgent. I would be most grateful for any help.

THANKS!
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