Help a Good person through a Tough Time
Organized by: Cassandra Delano
Well I don't have much hope for this but it was the only thing I could think to do since, I myself am not exactly financially fantastic. I have an amazing friend named Annie. She has always been there for me, and really just about anyone. She's literally one of my favorite people which is why her current predicament really affects me. This girl works two jobs, 6am-2pm then 3pm to about 1am. She started living on her own away from her physically abusive family at the age of 17. Finished highschool-on her own- got an apartment-on her own- got a car-on her own, all the struggles this girl has faced in her life, and trust me they're pretty deep, she still manages to be compassionate and kind, generous even when she has nothing. Which right now, is the case. Annie's boyfriend left, and although he wasn't adding much to paying bills she's really in a bind here. She's got rent bills and all that normal adult stuff but she's worried, and it makes me sad; because I've never know her to be worried. Always smiling and blasting optimism in a not so in your face zen kind of way. Point is, I don't have much money to help her, just 250, that I already gave her. But she's in a bit of debt from her ex, it doesn't have to be 1000 it really doesn't anything helps, I'm not so great at this kind of thing, but she really is a good person. The kind of person you look for to have in your life. If anyone deserves help right now its her.