100% Disabled Single Vet raising kids,needs car
Organized by: Sarah White
I have managed to have my kids in collegiate classes, they are making straight A (honors) are in Collegiate Programs, and very busy in sports and academic clubs. My son is a 17 year Junior in high school, he just made Commanding Officer of his ROTC for next year (and will lead 150 kids), with a 4.0 GPA, BETA Club, National Honor Society, and he plays football and runs track. My daughter is in 7th grade taking 9th grade classes. She is in Beta club, Year Book, ITV and is a Cheer leader. They are amazing kids. I often feel very alone raising them and have little or no support network as I was the baby in the family and most all are gone or unable to help. My father fought in WWII and would of loved to help his grandson who desires to apply to the Naval Academy or get an ROTC scholarship. I manage all health issues for the kids on my budget (as their father is little help).. but I just cannot manage to help this well deserving aquire a car, (which would help the whole family). I could even work out something to pay it back in time. I have very good references but after the housing bubble, I lost my home and have leased for 5 yrs (never late) I do always pay my bills. My son has been working, but with his schedule it is hard for him to save a lot. We wouldn't be picky.. just some sort of vehicle to help him drive to school, practice and football, and maybe carry me to some appts. Unfortunately.. I know my dad would of loved to have helped..(he passed when I was 19 yr old) We keep our money tight to the vest to pay for their camps and other school events. With him coming into his senior year.. I would give anything to help him get a car and I feel inadequate not being able to. Him driving would really relieve the pressure that just makes my condition worse. He would be of great assistance to me and my family. I can provide references as to my honorable, war time service, my injuries, my current payment historys.. and any letters attesting to my kids amazing good qualities. I thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Sarah and Kids.