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The Harrison Family

By November 18, 2023No Comments

Adopt-a-Family Fundraising Goal – $2,000

Please note that the names have been changed and stock images used in these stories to protect the privacy and safety of the individuals involved. We understand the importance of confidentiality, especially in sensitive situations. Our aim is to share their stories with respect and dignity, without compromising their anonymity. By using aliases, we ensure that the focus remains on the essence of their experiences and the support they need, while safeguarding their personal identities. Thank you for understanding and respecting their privacy as you read and consider supporting their journeys.

From the Family:
“I was directed to this wonderful organization by my church. I’ve moved from New Jersey to South Carolina to give my three daughters a safer, better life, away from a domestic violence situation with their father. As a single mom, juggling work from home for up to 10 hours a day, seven days a week, and maintaining a vehicle has been tough. My eldest is in college, my middle child struggles with mental illness, and my youngest, a high school freshman, witnesses our challenges. Our car, essential for our lives, broke down months ago, and after a series of repairs, I can’t afford to fix it anymore. We’d be deeply grateful for any help you can offer. Thank you, and God bless.”

Introducing the Harrison Family, a testament to courage and resilience. After fleeing a domestic violence situation, this single mother has worked tirelessly to provide a stable and safe environment for her three daughters. Despite working long hours from home, the family’s lifeline – their car – broke down, and they’ve faced one challenge after another trying to keep it running. From stolen parts to multiple engine repairs, their struggle for reliable transportation continues. Your donation can be the answer to their prayers, offering them the mobility and security they desperately need. Let’s help the Harrisons move forward with strength and hope.

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