I am LaShandri. I am 51 and disabled from Rheumatoid/Fibromyalgia and I’m a diabetic. I’m asking for your help with the deposit and furniture. It’s taken 8 years to heal and get back on my feet after my husband’s passing. I’m better physically and spiritually. . I have started freelance work in digital marketing to give myself a good chance of succeeding on my own. I don’t have any savings left after the last two years and I don’t want to be disqualified from the apartment process because I don’t have the money. I have nothing but my bed and the clothing in my closet at my parents house. I’m not feeling sorry for myself but I am acknowledging my situation. I don’t want to start this chapter behind the eight ball.
Whatever you can contribute would be greatly appreciated. I hope one day in the not too distant future to pay it forward. Thank you in advance for assisting me in my journey.
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