I am a married mother of 5 kids. ( 4 of them living with us as our oldest son graduated high school last year) we are in desperate need of housing . We are currently living in a hotel, as the house that we lived at for 17 years with my mom. Was sold by our landlord with little notice (90 days ). As a result we have been left homeless with nowhere to go. And to make matters worse, during this ongoing pandemic, My husband was recently diagnosed with heart failure and pulmonary hypertension ( 2 progressively worsening conditions of the heart , with not too many making it 5 years past diagnosis) also our 11 year old daughter also suffers from severe asthma and immune deficiencies. All this amongst many food allergies that she carries an epi pen for due to the possibility of an allergic reaction in which stops her breathing . We appreciate any and all possible help, guidance, or even prayers. Thank you for listening. And wish you and your families the very best.
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