I'm raising money for surgical tumor removal so I can save my pet's life.

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Why I'm using HandUp for surgical tumor removal.

My pet Minnehaha is everything to me. She is the only family that I have left in San Francisco. We take care of each other and she is my world. She has some lumps on her that are cancerous that we need to get removed to save her life - this means the world to me.

About me.

I was born and raised here in San Francisco, I've been here my whole life. I'm pretty adventurous and I like to go out and not stay still. But lately I've been depressed and haven't been able to get out as much. I've lost some of my family members and pets and with COVID I haven't wanted to leave much. I got a fortune cookie recently that said, "Good news awaits you." I'm waiting!

My backstory.

My whole world went crashing down over the past two years during the pandemic. I've lost friends and family recently and am having troubles with where I'm living. Hobbies of mine have went out the window but I'm holding on to my housing and working to move forward with my life. I'm a trooper- I should have been dead a long time ago. I've gotten hit by a motorcycle and have had so many health issues. I don't know why God has me here but it's gotta be a purpose, only he knows. I help people out as much as I can and try to change people's lives for the best. I try to help people who use drugs to quit - even if you don't get a thank you out of it!

My goals, moving forward.

I want to go back to school to go get my G.E.D. But like my dad used to say, "there's no better education than God. If you don't know God, you don't know nothing!"

Other things I'd like to share about myself.

I write poetry and me and my sister used to write songs together. I think writing songs or poetry is like putting a jigsaw puzzle together. Poetry is a way for me to get my mind off of things, it makes me happy.

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