I'm raising money for Basic needs so I can to be presentable**.

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Why I'm using HandUp for Basic needs.

I have been homeless for a long time but now I have subsidized housing and I am living on a fixed income and can't afford a lot of things.

** NOTE TO DONORS: We value your donations, and respect your intention to support people in need with their specific fundraising goals. On occasion, the immediate needs or an emergency may arise, and a Participant might require support in another way for safety, health, housing, or employment. As such, your donation may be used for an immediate basic need not mentioned in the above goal, such as groceries, health costs, or housing support. Any changes will always be approved in advance by PHC Staff. We will provide up to date information on how these funds are being used through an update on HandUp. By making a donation to this campaign, you are confirming your approval of this potential change. If you have any questions, or do not wish that your donation be used for any alternative goals, please contact PHC staff directly.

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About me.

born and raised in Oakland Ca, I went to school until I moved to San Jose in 1992, lived and worked there as a manager of a a first food chain. Moved back to San Francisco, then I started to develop health problems.

My backstory.

After arriving to San Francisco, I noticed that my vision was blureed. Then my eyesight completely left in one eye. Then my kidneys failed. Now, I am in disability. Thank God I have subsidized housing.

My goals, moving forward.

Continuing to work my resources, stay on top of my health. I am choosing to live.

Other things I'd like to share about myself.

My proudest moment is now. I have a great team helping me to move forward. I was once in a black hole and it felt like a vacuum sucking me under but I am now able to see the light by working together in a team.

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