I would like to thank you for the generosity and compassion you have bestowed upon me and my children, 12 and 4 years old. This year has been the hardest I have ever struggled financially and the immense fear I feel when I don’t know how to make ends meet and keep a roof over our heads is debilitating, and only intensifies my mental illness and grief regarding the loss of my mom.
In September, I will be back at my university, working toward my BSW and I want you to know that your help will not be forgotten. When I am able I hope to have the privilege of volunteering my time and service to your organization.
Once again, I thank you for helping me, and most importantly my children. I know my mother was also grateful for your help and support and for that, I am left with feelings too strong to be described as gratitude.