Help Zoila Get Justice

Organized by: Zoila Alvarez-Gonzalez

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If you ever visited an emergency room or a hospital, and you met that one person who made a whole world of difference for you or your loved one, even in such a terrible circumstance, you've met Zoila. A 63 year old great-grandmother, that has worked as a housekeeper for the past 11 years in one of New York's most prestigious hospital and where her kindness, honesty and caring personality had gained her the love and respect from coworkers and patients alike. This is a woman who was left an orphan at age ten, was sold into prostitution at age 14 but managed to escaped. Years later when she finally has a family, one of her daughters is diagnosed with Leukemia and dies after five years of treatment. Yet Zoila always has a kind gesture, a word of advice for everybody else no matter her own pain. Now as she's about to retire there's yet another battle to fight: A national Insurance Company is charging Zoila $11,857.00 for a car accident where she was not involved in. They have unlawfully taken a judgment against her. They have threaten her retirement savings, driver's license and other legal, unjustified actions against her. No lawful, honest attempts were ever made to contact her and informed her of this issue in due time. This is a hard working, honest woman that would have never ignore such allegations. She would have cooperated and done everything she could to resolve this issue. Now she's looking to raise money to hire an attorney that can re-open her case in hopes to clear her good name and record.
Zoila has a very modest income and suffers from Diabetes, high blood pressure and Osteoporosis. THESE FACTS ARE ALL TRUE.
Please help give something back to the one person that even when she has nothing, she gives it all.
Thank you and God bless you all.


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Zoila Alvarez-Gonzalez

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