Need 21.48 – 86-Year-Old Widow Needs Two Months Of Help

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Onward to today’s Need Alert! We are working with an 86-year-old woman who needs time to get her finances in order. She recently lost her husband. She was his full-time caretaker for four years, but they were only married for the last nine months of his life. They had not been married long enough for her to qualify to receive his social security benefit, which is a significant part of her financial support. She does not have any children or other family, and she has suffered two strokes. She is unable to work a full-time job and is now $800 per month short on her monthly bills. She is now connected with a financial counselor who is looking for ways to stabilize her situation. She owns her home and an extra car, so with a little help, it looks like she will be able to manage. We would like to cover her needs while she works with the financial counselor. She needs $1,600 to cover the shortfall for the next two months.






raised of a $1,600.00 goal

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