|| Erie, PA || Submitted: 2019-10-07
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Progress: We've raised 100% of the cost of this application!
This person has left the following thank you note:
I'm greatful and I appreciated that you chose my family to help. We fell behind in our rent and bills because of the death of our daughter who was in Japan. Any person who takes time to read someones story and donate to jelp them is a blessing. There is no word or words that I could say that would tell you that what you do is a blessing. Giving a donation to my family helped save us. Thank You soo much.
Hardworking Parents Lost Daughter in Japan and Incurred Many Fees Moving Remains Back Home
My husband is a hard working man and has never been without a job. We raised 7 kids total together. He is a minister and I am disabled. We do all we can for our children and grandchildren. We lost his son, stepdaughter, a premature grandchild and now our daughter.
Our daughter passed away unexpectedly in Japan, so for a couple of weeks mu husband was off work. We had to have her cremated in Japan, brIng her back to the US and then pay funeral expenses. Besides emotional pain, this resulted in many expenses and income loss because my husband was off from work. It was a stressful thing and something no one should go have to go through. We need Modest Needs help with our rent so we don't get evicted.
Your help would get us back on track and keep us from being homeless. My husband went back to work and we will be able to stay afloat going forward but we need help to bridge this gap. I appreciate that you have these services available to help people. We could let others know about how you helped us out and how you care about others and their special needs. Thank you.
As of 2019-11-26, this application has been fully funded!
This request for help was funded at the recommendation and through the support of Modest Needs' donors.
Application Status Update: On 2019-12-06, Modest Needs sent payment via Check in the amount of $660.00 to Tammy Wettekin, Landlord on behalf of this deserving individual.