Help Bring My Babies Home
I wish I could donate as I'm still not working and barely able to keep a roof over my 3 kids heads. I do hope there will be some generous people out there who can donate a few dollars (or more) to help you out Cori. I know you have been trying hard yourself to figure something out. I also know that you had to let go of a lot of pride to ask for help. As moms, we will do whatever we have to do in order to take care of our babies. God bless you sweet lady.
A few thoughts what area do you live in a city , state and there is modest needs .org they really help with these things . Also if you are not exclusive on the mortgage of the home even if you pay property taxes after raising electric money. Would it not be cheaper just to raise enough for a apartment. I would think someone would be able to put the electric for that in their name as it wouldn't be a huge amount . Also why were the kids removed if you were staying with friends . Many Kids live in hotels and with families and they don't take or remove them ? Have you been to legal aid ? Money is tight for many and not knowing this perso these things stand out to me as questions . It is not that people don't have big hearts they just want to donate to causes that make happy endings or really solve problems. It is somewhat vague . What exactley are the medical problems ? Some associations have resources for problems as well . The father can be made and found to pay support but you will need to get the state to help you . If you have found no resources on your community call the mayor office and tell them that .
Thank u all who have helped her it is really appreciated and we are grateful I know u kind people can help us get to our goal
My best friend is living in a homeless shelter right now, separated from her son also, for the same reasons. She cannot really work due to her illnesses (that include seizures) but she, too, has a long wait for disability. I am already doing all I can to try and help her by washing her clothes, driving her to medical appointments, letting her use our home to have visits with her son when I can, and so on. I live on disability and suffer severe chronic pain due to Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Degenerative Disc Disease and more. I hope you get more donations, but please understand that this is happening all over to a lot of people. When I was in my fight for SSDI I went homeless for a few months and lived on a friends 3-season porch with my child one summer many moons ago. I cannot donate, but I will share this story and keep you in my prayers.
There but for the grace of God go many of you out there. I know it applies to me! I have never donated like this and I do not know this woman but my spirit told me to donate. Christians, arise and help this woman as the Bible commands!!!
:'( please help her she is sick and cold she may not be related to me anymore but she helped me through some really hard times now if y'all can be nice and help her please she's not a bad woman and don't deserve this
This used to be my step mom she has my two sisters staying with my dad please help her so they can go home thanks she's not lieing
FYI to those who wonder or ask how she is on Facebook without electricity. That should be a no-brainer. With an open mind and thinking outside the box, a person should know that there are many places a person can go to use the internet or where there is electricity. Friends, relatives, libraries, coffee shops, laundromats, restaurants, and many other places. She is doing whatever it takes to find help. Wondering how she has electric to be online/on Facebook would be the absolute last thing I would be wondering or asking about her desperate situation. I'm sorry but the way I see it, for someone to ask that question, I see them as narrow-minded, ignorant or distrustful of her motive. I really hope she finds the help she needs.
I guess I'm confused. If you don't have any power, how are you on Facebook tonight?
I hope all of you can help my good friend Cori through these difficult times. I know she is certainly trying to get by on hard times. She is a devoted mother and wonderful friend.