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Help for Low-Income Families | Help My Family, Please

30 December 2010 56 Comments

Close to two hundred families posted requests for Christmas help on NanaFinds.com during the past three families in need of helpmonths. Out of those two hundred, five families found their “angel.” Because of that small success, I’m opening this post up for families who are looking for an “angel” or a group of “angels” to help them in some capacity during 2011.

Request Help for Your Family

I want to make this clear for all who read this, there is no guarantee that an angel will respond but there is the possibility. By submitting a “comment” below, you give NanaFinds.com permission to publish your information of your own free will and you accept full responsibility for the outcome. You must be at least 18 years old.

Request for Help Guidelines

Here are the guidelines for families in need who choose to submit their request for help:

  • Submit a request (200 words or less) for help only if you can verify your circumstances with appropriate references. (Never give your social security number.)
  • Include your first name and last initial.
  • Include your county (not your town) and state.
  • Do not give your phone number within your request for help.
  • Do not give your email within your request for help.  (I will see your email, but no one else will. I will contact you if you get a response.)
  • Include a brief (50 words or less), truthful statement describing your plan on how you will make things better for your family in 2011.

Guidelines for Angels

To the “angels” who may wish to help a family in need, leave a “comment” below. Your comment will come to me in my email and will not appear publicly. I will contact you before contacting the family you are interested in helping.

  • Include your first name and last initial.
  • Include your county and state.
  • Your email will be seen by me only.
  • Include which family you wish to learn more about and interested in helping.
  • Include a brief description on how you may be able to offer assistance.
  • You accept full responsibility for the outcome of your offer to help.
  • You must be at least 18 years old.

Please Have Patience

Also, I review each “comment” personally. I will post the appropriate ones that follow the guidelines and include the information as listed above as soon as I am able. I teach full time and often have homework. Please have patience if you don’t see your post immediately. Remember, this is through the Internet…be safe in all you do.

May you all have a better year in 2011…

Nana

If you are looking for a job, try submitting your information on my post: Help for Low Income Families | Job Search Help

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  • candy e, said:

    franklin county, ga Hello..my name is candy e. i am a 26 yr old mother of 4 yr old boy and a 5 yr old girl..I am really struggling this year, I lost my job in august of this year and way behind on bills…I would love to see my kids wake up to something under the tree this year for christmas..please please can someone help me with some gifts for my children this year….thank you and god bless u

  • Amy Robertson said:

    Im a single mother of two boys 8 & 10 due to my mental state because my 12 year old son committed suicide im unable to work at this time nd miss the dead line for christmas box i have no where to go so any help will be greatly appreciated thank you. My boys deserve to have a happy christmas just want to c them smile

  • Amy Robertson said:

    Im a single mother of two boys 8 & 10 due to my mental state because my 12 year old son committed suicide im unable to work at this time nd miss the dead line for christmas box i have no where to go so any help will be greatly appreciated thank you. Amy

  • Christine P said:

    New York, Bronx are: I am a single mother of 3 amazing teenagers. 2 boys 17 and 13 and my princess 14. Our family has been through alot over the past year. We were evicted from our home in Dec 2011 after 15 years. I got laid off and I just could not keep up with all the bills. The only choice I had was to take my children into the shelter system. It was a very diffucult time for my children we spent The holidays in the shelter and I could not afford any gifts for my children. They never complained and stayed so strong. But I know emotionally it took a toll on my children. I found a job pretty fast. I was waiting for a rental assitance program to help me with the rent and to find a place. But during this time my oldest son fell into a deep depression. It broke my heart I knew if i didnt get out it would only get worse. So I decided to find a place with what I had and forget waiting for the program. We moved out of the shelter in Nov 2012 and we have our own apartment. I am working but honestly i live pay check to paycheck. I barely make ends meet. We are in this new apartment but we lost everything so I am slowly replacing it. With the bills and just neccessities. I am not able to provide my children with the Christmas they deserve.. They tell me its ok we have a place to live. But I know that they wish I could give them a christmas. I am asking anyone please find it in your hearts to help me give my children the christmas miracle they deserve. I know there are so many people out there that abuse and take advantage. But as god as my witness all i want is for my children to be happy.. Please anything they lost everything. My children are not expecting anything they will appreciate anything they recieve. I just would like to replace what they lost. Please feel free to contact me With any questions or concerns, Please find it in your hearts to help my children

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