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Hi my name is Maurice A. Holden andI have a story to tell you. My wife (Carol Harper-Holden) were attended KentState University. I'm studying computer engineering and mysignificant other already has her bachelors degree (Sociology), yetshe wasworking on her2ndbachelor's in applied communication. As of now mywife and I are homeless. Nowhere to go. Where doI get to write this story?TheKent State Library in the computer lab. As I ponder to myself, I had to ask these questions: How did it happen? You see life was going normal for usthen a turn of events caused us to become homeless. Last year we were living in the Miller's Homeless shelterbecause I lost myjob, as a custodian, at Kent State. By having a lack of money forced lead us to leave our apartment in Akron.We ended up staying in aDays Inn motel for about 3 weeks.I had justenough money to coverthe costs untilI ran out of funds. I met this guy name Mark Frisone. He is Excuti
Not many of you know, but I was in a critical accident on March 5. I slipped and fell down stairs and then went over a 2.5 story platform. I spent 3 days in ICU and another week and a half in Baylor hospital. I have 3 fractured neck vertebrae, a fractured knee, broken rib, shattered wrist and shattered my entire top of my humorous. I have a metal plate in my wrist with pins that is healing as expected. My left arm has a metal rod down to my elbow with pins throughout. It is not healing properly, so likely more surgery to get function back. My pelvis was dislocated and and corrected. I've spent the last three months away from work trying to recover. As you can imagine- I'm faced with a tremendous amount
Hello, my name is Mia. I'm from thesmall Caribbean island of Saint Lucia.I love artand was involved different arts related clubs at my previous schools. Some of these clubs were photography, fashion and design and the arts club.In Saint Lucia traditional occupations such as a doctor, lawyer, teacher and so on, were regarded as "real jobs". Fields of work involving art were not considered a substantial livelihood.
Five months ago I was hospitalized for 5 days due to dizziness and increased head aches as well as left eye blurriness. I ended up being diagnosed with early stages of MS after a number of studies. Due to my symptoms I was not able to return to work for almost a month. We got behind on bills and the hospital bills began to come in. I have followed up with a neurologist at Barrow clinic which specializes in this.They are going to start me on therapy right way for my MS at home for 5 days via IV and once a month after that.I'll see the doctor again next months.My wife has been at my side this whole time along with my family but we still need some help. Any little bit helps towards this. My wife has to put off her schooling due to this situation. We have only been married for a few months, but I thank God everyday for her. Thank you all for your time and consideration.
I am mom to 4 children ages 17, 14 and 10 yr old twins. I am also a mom to my fiance's 2 children 12 and 10. They love me as if I was their own mom since I have assumed that role with the absence of their own mom.On August 29, 2016 I was unexpectedly diagnosed with IDC - Invasive Ductual Carcenoma. I have stage 3 grade 3 breast cancer I am also HER2 positive which means my cancer is quite aggresive and the best approach was 5 months of chemotherapy which started almost immediately.I haven't let cance
I want to helppoor childrens. i've always been serious to Nepal government and nepal Orphan house and Child care center. Nepal governemntreally never see and care real poor childrens and they never give free education for that kinds of poor childrens, In Nepal here is lot of Orphan houses and Child care centers but heartly i say here they only think for business they only show the pictures and put there organization some relative or some few poor children for show peoples in the world and do business but i am really very sad for that thise who think business. I want tohelp them the real poor children and give education for them but i need honest friends those who like to work with me honestly.i love and care that kinds of childrens before i got one small baby in the road and bring her in my home and care i like to help her life n want to give education and want care her life but i have nothing to do but when i got this site i am really so much happy i hop
Hello to all those out there taking the time to read this and consider my cause. My name is Jason Cooper, and in the picture are my children Jessyca and Nathaniel. I am currently engaged to a wonderful woman, have a little one on the way, along with two great soon to be step-children. I have been divorced from my children's mother since 2009, we separated in 2008. In 2009 she decided to disappear with our children, hiding them from me for 7 years. We found them in August 2016 and started seeing them regularly and things were looking good. She slowly started cutting contact and in October we contacted CPS due to some things going on in their mothers home. Shortly after the investigation started she fled with the children telling no one where they were going and shutting off her phone. In December I received a phone call from a hotel worker in Mississippi s
Hello,My nameis Alex Newman and I am EKU undergraduate student in Richmond, Ky and will finish my A.A.S this Spring of 2017. I am pursuing a Psychology B.S degree this Fall 2017, and will get into the graduate program upon completion of my B.S.What am I studying and why?Psychology B.S. Psychiatric RehabilitationThe reason why I am studying Psychology is to help people who suffer with psychological problems, and it is my joy to help people through their problems and get true healing. I have always been a mediator and offering coun
As many of you already know, on October 4, 2016, Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 Hurricane, made landfall on the Island of Haiti, leaving behind massive and unspeakable destruction. According to the latest Reuters report, the death toll is well over 900 and more than 60,000 are displaced. Sadly, those numbers continue to rise daily. Hurricane Matthew destroyed a good 90% of the Southern peninsula of Haiti, which was the main provider of much of the local food for the rest of the country. Food is already becoming a scarce commodity. Disease is fastly spreading. Most of the water available to victims is unsafe for drinking and now the vast majority of the population, the more vulnerable, are left, once more, to fend for themselves in order to survive.We are called again to do what we can, to the best of our abil
These dogs are noble and splendid runners and because of these qualities, they are used for hunting and on commercial racetracks. After they have given all they have, the galgos are dumped and left to an uncertain life on the street, unworthy of care and consideration, or they are killed in atrocious ways.GRH needs volunteers to pick up the lucky dogs in Spain that got adopted, and accompany them on their flight to their forever homes in The Netherlands and Belgium.My sister Isabelle already adopted two of these abandoned galgos via GRH.Now that I have quit my job, me and my sister want to go to Spain in April to pick up a few of the dogs and bring them to their forever homes in The Netherlands.Can you please help us to make this little, but so important dream for a few galgos and us come true? Every Euro counts and is much appreciated. I can pay you back in translating your Dutch documents, help you with your annual tax filing etc et
Are you up to the challenge of letting a child style you for a week while also raising money for a great cause? The North Dakota Womens Network is so excited to participate in Styled by a Child.Styled by a Child is the brainchild of Renee Stromme, Executive Director and founder of the North Dakota Womens Network, and Katie Aitchison, a member of the North Dakota Womens Network.Join our team by clicking Fundraise for this Campaign and create your own personal fundraising page. The suggested goal is $500- $100 for each day you get styled.Thanks so much for participating in this fun event.