Funded 04/14/2021
Coronavirus
Imminent Loss of Vehicle
Medical Emergency

Status:
Awaiting Funding

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My Mother is Terminally Ill. Please Help Me Repair My Car so I Can Care for Her!

My Story:

I'm a single woman and have worked all my life, since I was old enough to be able to at least. I live with my Greyhuahua, and it's been a hectic year for us in terms of living situations. This is our third residence in the past year. My family is everything to me, so as an only child, my parents are my best friends and are incredibly important to me.

When the pandemic hit, I lost my position in customer service, and since then it's been really difficult for me to get by. I found work again in August, but I lost my job when I contracted Covid-19 and the state has had my unemployment on hold since then as well. Now, I think I've finally secured permanent work again, but it'll take a while to get started, and in the meantime, I need help with a car repair. I don't have any extra income to take care of the repair, and I need my car desperately.

I need my car so that I can return to work, but I also recently found out that my mother is terminally ill, so I need my car to get to her. I want to be able to care for my mother during her final moments, and this help would allow me to do that and get back to a point of self-sufficiency. This would be huge for me, and it would solve my two aid me in my two biggest struggles right now. I would be incredibly touched to receive this help, and it would mean so much for me to be able to get this help so I can care for my mother. I want to thank everyone who takes the time to help me through this situation. I will never forget this.


As of 2021-04-14, this application has been fully funded!

This request for help was funded at the recommendation and through the support of Modest Needs' donors.