Disabled father of 5 wanting to keep my children's home
Organized by: Clifford C...
Im not to proud to beg for my 5 children. I awoke from a back surgery 6 years ago with my hopes of going back to work stolen from me. The words I'm sorry from my doctor explaining that I will be forever more disabled with 7 plates, 6 screws and 2 rods holding me together. My marriage fell apart a few years later leaving me alone with my kids trying to make a normal life for them with only a disability check and child support to work with. I am so proud of my kids doing great in school, helping me run the house and being strong for me as I deal with life's cold hand that I have been dealt. We are on the surface a normal family but behind the closed door the reality is a father's love mixed with extreme depression with very strong kids helping me push thru each day. I am asking the world for help so that I might be able to keep our home for myself but especially for my kids. I know they will need their home beyond the end of my child support at 18 as I see so many families having kids live at home well beyond high school and deep into college sometimes even longer. This world is full of loving giving people who I wish to reach and tell my story. I can only hope that people can spread my story, give no matter how small the amount and most of all share my story. I dream of paying for our home so that we all have a chance to further better ourselves and help me give my kids a better chance at life no matter what they choose for a career. The one thing that will always be needed is our home, a safe loving place they can always find peace, love and compassion. Being disabled is hard mentally, physically almost impossible, but heart breaking because there was once a time I stood tall an proud. I pray that some of this world's great people might be willing to help a desperate disabled father keep our family home. Hopefully karma might repay me for some of my selfless acts throughout my life and god willing help me fulfill my family's dream of simply keeping our home, where truly our hearts are. Thank you for your time and hopefully for your donations, please please share my story. Clifford Campbell