Broke, Broken, Rejected Person in Poverty Desperate Help!
Organized by: Christina Ann PRINCELY
Christina Ann PRINCELY via Crowdrise
November 12, 2015
WILL 50 PEOPLE DONATE $100.00 TO HELP DESPERATE PERSON? 100% TO CLIENT OF THE GREAT SPIRIT CENTER. 501 C (3) IRS TAX EXEMPT STATUS THANKS See More
This cause is very important because without raising funds, the person will be without a place to stay and lose the car that has been paid down to $5100. since 2006. Person worked 15 years day and night to earn money to pay expenses and live without asking for any help. Then when the economy collapsed, all was gone within a month, ie: Bank Credit Line, Money in Bank, Investments, furniture had to be sold, and the only thing left to hold on to is the car, which has a payoff balance of $5,100.00. Debts caused credit to be ruined because the person cannot find work. The person took a job for 2 1/2 years, but it was only offered as a contract worker and for a small amount to just eat and pay for the car. That job was closed and NOW with a balance so low and NO INCOME, the car cannot be refinanced, Cannot pay rent is on verge of Nervous Breakdown and DESPERATELY NEEDS HELP TO START OVER. Needs money for Rent, Pay off car 9 years old, computer to try and open a business online, but must also have an apartment to call home and to be able to Pay Utilities and Phone until a business ONLINE may bring in an income. PLEASE HELP! THIS IS A DESPERATE SITUATION. Who do we help Unless we Help those in Need? I have been helping people since 1992, and changing their lives. This is the worst case I have encountered. This person has never asked for any help and there is no history of drugs, cigarettes or alcohol. A diligent person DESPERATE at this time. AGAIN I ASK PLEASE HELP BY DONATING TO THE GREAT SPIRIT CENTER, A PUBLIC BENEFIT CHARITY WITH A 501 C (3) IRS TAX EXEMPTION. See http://www.thegreatspiritcenter.org (NO 's' on the http) Thank You Funds will go directly to the client in Need, 100% . The Great Spirit Center established in 1992. Christina Ann Princely, Founder/CEO