I ate salt 4 dinner,& I liked it.hope u don't mind

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Created September 2, 2018
HELP!                                                     DONATE! Have you ever eaten salt for breakfast, lunch and dinner on the same day? I HAVE, and it wasn't because I was unemployed or doing a social experiment. I have because I did not have any money. I didn't have any money because I did something great. Helping people is easy, but asking for help is the hardest things that I have done and will ever do in my life. With tears and on my knees begging people to help others is not something that I dreamed of as a child, but I don't know anyone who can help but you the kind people of earth. Haiti needs out help, and I volunteer to make sure that this time the help gets there. What would you do if someone turned your child or little nephews and nieces into a child Soldier? My name is Junior aka Jun, and I have the most amazing stories to tell you. I am a U.S. veteran and still serving for past 18 years. I am married with four children and unofficially adopted two. I am a huge supporter of education. I love to volunteer on my spare time in my community. I also love helping people in Haiti. I would love to continue doing that, but it is becoming harder and harder to do every year. My business is licensed in Metairie, LA, and I am gathering information about how to turn it into a non-profit. I  am also licensed in Haiti. In Haiti, we are poor and hungry. Get to know us. You'll understand why we are screaming so loudly and asking for your help.  DONATE here or on Facebook. Your donations will save lives, feed families and prevent or reduce child-soldiering and juvenile offenders. A smarter mind is one less soul to be doomed. I was so lucky to have had the opportunity and help needed to go to school and obtain a college degree. My parents were illiterates who supported education, so, you can imagine the pressure that I am under to fill their shoes and do better than they did. Education for all is one of my goals. This 2018, some of my efforts paid off because three of the people that I help graduated from university, two lawyers and 1 nurse. Join this movement on Facebook  and Twitter to give the children of Haiti a chance to an education and to stop the corruption of young mind, violence and the cancer named Illiteracy. I am a Father, a Husband, a Son, a Brother, a Friend, a Social & Education Activist, a Charitables Manager & Distributor, a New Jersey Notary Public. But most of all, I am an American Soldier. What I am not is a poet and for sale. My truth is my salvation. Haiti shall not perish because of illiteracy. I could tell you many other things about me that would make you cry and sick. However, the things about me that I would love you to remember are that I was born and raised in Haiti, that I have 2 years of master's degree training in social work and chose the Army over finishing my master's, and I was never a Child Soldier.  My story has a happy ending, and I need you to remember me for the good that I am. Unfortunately, not every one in Haiti can say the same. When you donate your hard earned money, I need you to be confident that I am genuine and #ReturnSomeOfMyBlessings.  I truly believe that caring is a #AmericanThing. I am a Soldier, and we do not make promises; we live with honor. We wager our lives; we carry out orders; we lead, and most of all we do not engage in failed and unplanned missions.   My family and friends are committed to win the war against illiteracy and will continue the fights out of our pockets, but it would be great to get some help because we would love to continue doing this every year of our lives. Oh! How am I blessed! If this interests  and makes you want to give, please help us. You may continue reading if you need to understand my level of gratitude towards the U.S. and Haiti and why this fundraiser campaign is important to me. Continue only if you are interested in seeing the condition that some Haitians are living in.   Join me in the fight against poverty & illiteracy in Haiti. See how we are living  Thank you in advance for your kindness. If you would like to do more than donate a few dollars, you can pledge to sponsor a child annual education (about $400 to $1000 per year can help a child get a decent education and food every now and again) DONATE. We have nowhere else to turn and no one else to ask. We are in big Trouble. Why should you Bother? Because our mothers are Raped and Murdered by their rapists; we are raped, Orphaned at such a young age, and on the streets; we are Poor; we are Hungry and illiterate; we are Beggars; we see more dead body in the street than we see pages in a book; we are Kidnapped and Sold; we live in Deplorable conditions and in Captivity; we are Child Soldiers; we are Ignored and Forgotten; we are Robbed of our Childhood. Because worst of all, we have nobody to notice, but we are resilient. Just as I was fortunate enough not be any of those things above, I believe these children can be fortunate enough to have us put an end to it. The best and only way to stop it is with a decent education.  DONATE and save a child. Even if you cannot donate, you can still help by publishing, sharing our Donation Link on every social media sites and telling your friends and family to #HuntDownILLITERACY too. Illiteracy rate in Haiti is very high. Education is not free, and unless we can afford it, our kids will not have an education. I want to change that. I kindly ask you to do the same. I will be walking/running the 2018 Army ten miler this October, wearing a #HuntDownILLITERACY T-shirt. You too can support by ordering a t-shirt. Join this movement on Facebook  or Twitter  to give Haïti a chance How: We are collecting money for education, secondary, postsecondary, and trade and employment programs in Haiti. All proceeds will be dedicated for that. The school payments will go directly to the schools and universities. Receipts of expenses and services will be posted on our Facebook page and GoFundMe page. Reports will also be available upon request by donors.   When: Each summer vacation, if there is enough funds, my team and I will hold a NEED VALIDATION to find people who are really in need for a full scholarship selection. In September, January and April, all schools and universities will be paid for the quarter. DONATE to prevent crimes and save  children in Haiti. Again, if you would like to do more than donate a few dollars, you can pledge to sponsor a child annual education (about $400 to $1000 per year can help a child get a decent education and food every now and again). Our team has been doing it out pocket  Give these children a childhood Supplies Donation  Trade training Donate please!
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Thank you God for a great Sunday. THANK YOU for the life and blessing that you gifted me. Lord, I most of all thank you for those 53 people that I was fortunate enough to help eat yesterday. Please, continue to extend my life, so that I may continue to #ReturnSomeOfMyBlessings everywhere and #HuntDownILLITERACY in #Haiti.

Creole: bondye, mwen remèsye ou pou jodi dimanch sa ke ou fè mwen gras pou mwen wè. Mwen remèsye ou anpil pou opòtinite ke ou akòde mwen pou mwen te kapab ede 53 moun èd ak manje jodi a. Kontinye fè mwen gras pou m viv anpil tan, tanpri, pou mwen kapab remèt anpe nan gras e fòtin ke ou akòde mwen e kontinye lite kont analfabèt an #Ayiti.

Donate any amount, please, to help me continue the good work that I have been doing on my own:

www.gofundme.com/huntdownilliteracy for education and employment in Haiti or

www.gofundme.com/thegiftthatlasts to donate to help elderly, woman, soldiers and veterans and the Haitian community get free help in the U.S. Thank you.

Creole: Bay sa ou kapab pou mwen kapab kontinye bon travay sa yo ke mwen ap fè pou kòm mwen:

Pou bay pou ede nan zafè edikasyon ayiti bay sou sit sa www.gofundme.com/huntdownilliteracy OU

pou ou bay pou mwen kapab ede ti granmoun, fanm, solda, veteran e kominote ayisyen gratis ti cheri: www.gofundme.com/thegiftthatlasts. Mèsi.
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Thanksgiving 2018 was okay, and I was able to drop off free meal for about 40 people at the University Medical Center; I hope they enjoyed the meal. I am just a bit disappointed that I could not help and got stood up by this family that I bought meal for and that I could not get a place at the VA for the veterans, but I look forward to April or July 2019 for the next event for the Veterans.

Note to Rob, one of my neighbors, in case you read this one day: I am a bit disappointed and would like to extend my apologies to you for getting you in more problems than you already are by giving you the motorcycle. I am really sorry that your friends put you out of their house for that, but I am not sorry that I helped you. I guess the joke is on them for being jealous of something greater than all of us because I noticed their house was a bit in need of repair and was going to do it and paint it for them. Life is filled with great people, and I hope that you catch a break one day. From me, Jun.
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Free Thanksgiving meal to Veterans at the VA hospital and sick patients at the university medical center.

I did not want to create a GoFundMe campaign for this event since it is too close to the date. I was going to do this small event to feed veterans, but my friends in the Army want to make it bigger.

Veterans, we, the soldiers, got your 6. Free meal to Veterans at the VA hospital and sick patients at the University Medical Center. Seeking Donation from the public.

Donate Zelle for free: mezilus@gmail.com or www.gofundme.com/thegiftthatlasts

My demon hunter and I are spreading love to #ReturnSomeOfMyBlessings.
This Thanksgiving is going to be the beginning of the most beautiful annual affair. Soldiers, taking care of veterans. We will be making the boldest statement ever.

Please, donate and share so that more people in greater new Orleans or anywhere in the United States can help to make this day unforgetable.
Again, Zelle for free: mezilus@gmail.com or www.gofundme.com/thegiftthatlasts

Looking for donation to feed as many as I can because feeding only 200 is not enough. This event is a Thanksgiving affair at the VA hospital and university medical center in New Orleans, LA for patients and nurses. I hope that I can count on you for a donation to show the Veterans that they still matter.

Thank you.

Jun Mezilus
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Today was a great day for my demon rider and I at the corner of veterans Blvd and clearview Pkwy. People called the police on me, and they were very polite when they came; they verified my permits and credentials. I met some great people in the street. $52 in Donation, and I gave 9 scholarship to a three-day trade seminar that will teach people how to set tiles and basic motorcycle maintenance to Taxi riders to people in Haiti. Thank you for your donations.

Anyone one reading this and will be driving in the Jefferson parish, please, do not call the police because I have a permit and a registered business to solicit money and provide free help to elderly and the Haitian community in the U.S. and in Haiti. The police need the 911 line to stay clear so they can help people in real need. 100 percent of the profit that I make will be used to help other people.

I am at street corners, I set this GoFundMe campaign, and I do Uber's and other ridesharing because I care about helping people get an education in Haiti and care about making life easy for my elders. 100 percent of profit will be used for a good cause, help people for free. Thank you.
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Created September 2, 2018
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