Adopt-a-Family Fundraising Goal – $1,000
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:
“At 58, diagnosed with AIDS/HIV in 2013, I’ve been living alone, with my family gone and children in different states. After a life of self-destruction, my illness prompted a change. Employment has been a challenge due to my condition, but I saw hope in driving for UBER. Last November, I bought a 2008 Chevrolet Malibu, but faced legal issues with the title and mechanical problems, some of which I fixed myself. There are still minor repairs needed for me to work and support myself. Assistance would be life-changing. I am deeply grateful for any consideration.”
The Sage Family story is one of resilience and transformation. At 58, the sole member of the Sage Family faces life with AIDS/HIV, striving for independence and dignity. Their journey has been marked by solitude and challenges, yet they found a ray of hope in the possibility of driving for UBER. A purchase of a used Chevrolet Malibu symbolized a new beginning, but legal and mechanical issues have hindered this path. With children spread across states and limited support, the need for car repairs is not just a convenience—it’s a lifeline. Your support can empower them to regain control over their life, providing a sense of purpose and financial independence. Let’s help turn their story of courage into one of triumph.