I am a single mother with a 4yr old daughter. Not too long ago, we lost her father in a horrible accident. I work very hard full time to provide for us but I can never seem to save enough to get into an apartment or house. I currently work in the Atlanta area but am able to transfer to TN, which is great bc I’ll be near my family and they will be able to help me with Hannah while I work. This transfer is coming up in less than two months and I’m so scared I won’t have a place for us to live by then. Please help us get into an apartment or house. Thank you so much ????
Anna and Hannah
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