STL CORDLESS recovery fund
$15,020 of $20,000 goal
Hi. My name is Sonny Dayan. I own STL Cordless, located at 9100 W. Florissant, Ferguson, MO, 63136. I have been a store owner in Ferguson for 19 years. I enjoy this community and am close with many of my customers, celebrating new births, birthdays, marriages, and deaths.
Recently, on November 24th (my wife and my 23rd anniversary) our store was vandalized and looted, again. The first incident was August 16th.
My heart stands with the people of Ferguson. I intend to stay and continue doing business regardless of the horrible behavior of the few people that continue to destroy the city.
I have created this campaign to help repair the damage to my store and replace the inventory that was destroyed and stolen.
The street of W. Florissant is closed by authorities and myself and other businesses are unable to do business and therefore generate income and pay our bills. This is creating a hardship for myself and my family. Many people have asked how they could help. This would be a wonderful way to help and please recommend to your family and friends to continue to shop at STL Cordless.
We appreciate your love and support!
This fund also caught my attention ...Nov 24th is my son's 13the birthday. Things will be better, you'll see. Ferguson will be stronger and will rise.
Keep going....do not remove this till you get no money for a week...you should of asked for 20,0000
i hope to see your fund grow and grow so you can have worry free holidays and take care of any expenses you may not have projected due to this loss. Best wishes on a happy recovery and prosperous future!!
Steve Coombs was right - you need to raise your goal to $20,000. Your business and your family needs it. I hope you will be able to return to your store - and your friends in the neighborhood there - soon.
You did it..I hope you get 20,000 ..dont remove until you get no more donations...
I can't imagine - it's tough enough for small businesses to survive without the actions done there the last few days. Prayers for a fast recovery. Bless everyone trying to rebuild businesses in the area.