|| Aurora, CO || Submitted: 2021-02-25
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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 really appreciate the kindness all of my donors have shown me. Even though the world has fallen on hard times, it's comforting to know humanity still has a heart.
I Had a Stress-Induced Heart Attack After My Job Closed Down, & I Need Help with My Rent Please!
I'm a single 29-year-old woman, and I've been independent and on my own for as long as I can remember. I consider myself to be a creative person, and I really enjoy music, cooking, reading, and most other outlets that let me express my creativity. I've always been able to get by on my own, but after my work closed down due to the restrictions put in place as a result of Covid-19, it's been really difficult to get by.
In fact, the stress of losing my job and not being able to pay my bills was so bad that it caused a stress-induced heart attack. I'm lucky to have survived and recovered, but as a result, I still haven't been able to find work. I'm working on recovering right now so that I can get back to work, but the stress of losing my home is still weighing on me really heavily. I desperately need help if I'm going to be able to keep my home before the eviction moratorium expires, and if I'm ever going to recover, I'll need to be able to stay in my home.
This would be a huge relief to me, and because of that, it would save my life and do a lot to keep me healthy. I'll be able to focus on my recovery, and I'll be able to get back to work after that. I've always prided myself on being fiercely independent, but after this, I truly know how important it is to help other and how important it can be to ask for help when you need it. I want to recover and go on to be a blessing to others in the same way that you all have been a blessing for me. Thank you all in advance for helping to save my home and for your generosity and kindness.
As of 2021-06-09, this application has been fully funded!
This request for help was funded at the recommendation and through the support of Modest Needs' donors.