Organized by: bernise sparvier
The late Delvina Sparvier nd me
February 17, 2016
This was my beautiful mother before we knew she was terminally ill, we lost her March 6,2015 See More
IM asking for help with my power bill which is $2100 as of today feb 17,2016.... the last year has had its toll on me, I recently watched my mother deteriorate from colon cancer, we were informed of it on October1,2014, my mom being old school did not want the chemo or radiation treatments so we left the hospital to go home. I quit my job as the Education Assistant/Bus driver for the Sakimay First Nation to take care of her. I was then with no job no financial means, I tried to apply for welfare , was given maybe 220.00 and as told I didn't qualify for EI as they were told I was fired not resigned but they listened to HR. I moved into her place didn't care about anything but being with my mother the remaining time she had, my bills piled up. I then had to something, so I applied or schooling and was successful with that. but that did nothing to bring it down, tried to pay every chance I got and hey called me last week had to make payment arrangements for 700.00 by the 1st of every month for 4 months. so now I have to pay 700 on or about the 26 of Feb 2016. they (power company) put me on equalization payments of 345.00 each month weather I use it or not, so it getting higher I don't know what else to do but turn to the " GO FUND ME" page for help. any kind of donation will be greatly appreciated and if this don't ork I guess I be sitting in the dark. Her 1 year anniversary will be coming up March 6,20126. I would like to thank you all for your time and any kind of contribution will be greatly appreciated, Another thing is I do have a little 2 yr old girl I do get her ctb BUT only get 165.00 per month as they are taking half of it for money we got, they said it will be for the next 15 months but maybe 10 months no so. If you need any other kind of information fell free to contact me via facebook or Email @ firstname.lastname@example.org. MEEGWACH THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART.