Let's Help This Hardworking Young College Student Who's Struggling Financially
|Anonymous||01/02/2012||$15.00||Wishing your daughter the best of luck with her studies|
|Anonymous||01/05/2012||$100.00||Keep moving forward on that degree. Best of luck.|
|Anonymous||01/18/2012||$100.00||May this be of help|
|CMoser||02/19/2012||$25.00||Wishing you the best|
|Anonymous||03/09/2012||$200.00||Education is the key to success. You can do it!|
|Anonymous||03/23/2012||$120.00||You can do this...we can help|
|Anonymous||05/25/2012||$100.00||May this be of help|
|Anonymous||07/06/2012||$100.00||May this be of help|
|Anonymous||09/13/2012||$100.00||strive to persevere|
"I write to seek help for my daughter." Sandra S's daughter, Jamie (21), attends college working towards a nursing degree. She is on the President's Honors list with a GPA of 3.8. "She has had to take on more than a daughter should have to over the years. She joined the work force in high school to help out financially in the household, due to me being disabled. She is in need of assistance with a HESI test $35.00, a finger printing card $75.00, a Chase account of $400.00, a chiropractic bill of $75.00 and could use some gas cards. I cannot help her financially due to my limited income of $1200.00 per month. Could you please give her some assistance? She is a great student and works part time to help the household while attending school full time. She also takes time out of her limited schedule to volunteer at the local AYSO organization. Since she was a young girl she has worked very hard helping me. I feel so bad not being able to give her a hand with her tuition fees. I would love to see her succeed with her dream of becoming a nurse and hate to see her struggle so hard pursuing it."
They need: $500 for tuition assistance; $500 for gas for daily transportation; $500 for basic needs.