House or emergency medicine

House or emergency medicine

As shared by William and Sherri S: Unfortunately we to choose between our house payment or Sherri meds. They were not paid for because insurance was down and it was $480. She had to have her meds for antibiotics, pain, blood thinners, muscle spasms and antiinflamatories. It turned into a mess. It was so hard […]

Fell Short on Groceries

Fell Short on Groceries

As shared by Michael S:  We currently are running low on food for my family of myself, my wife, my father, and my 3 children. We are on our last can of formula for our baby. The formula itself is Nutramagen which is $25 a can. Our WIC doesn’t reset until the 29th. I don’t get […]

PTSD Overload

PTSD Overload

As shared by Theresa B: Due to many negative life events in 2017, I went into a deep depression and was diagnosed with PTSD. My younger brother passed away in May 24, 2017 only finding out he was sick April 15th. He lived in Columbus and I was going down there every weekend until we […]

Epilepsy

Epilepsy

As shared by James R: I developed epilepsy about 2yrs after I joined the guard. I was planning to go active duty but on the way to sign the paperwork, I started having gran mal seizures in the recruiters car going down the free way. After that they wanted nothing to do with me. I […]

Lights Out

Lights Out

As shared by Gene S: I have two disabled children and social security recently removed their disability payments of $518 each which helped with the bills. As a result, our electric will be shut off unless I pay the past due amount of $132.04. Notes from Crusaders: Veteran in need of utilities. Mom and Dad […]

PTSD Does Not Define Me

PTSD Does Not Define Me

As shared by Joe H: Due to unforeseen circumstances my wife, my daughter, and myself have found ourselves homeless. The county gives hotel vouchers and we need one night plus the difference in cost financial help. We came home from caring for my wife’s mother for a week and were given notice to move. Notes […]

Refridgeration Is Key

Refridgeration Is Key

As shared by Frederick H: My husband Frederick is terminally ill. Our refrigerator has stopped working and we need it for his medications. Without a refrigerator, he will have to go to a hospital facility and he wants to be at home. We survive on his social security disability benefits which barely covers our utilities and […]

Just Breathe

Just Breathe

As shared by Cherryl D: I am a single, disabled Veteran with three small children. Raymond is eight years old, Serenity is seven years old and McKenzyie is eight months old. I spend twenty four hours a day with my children. I am the only parent in their lives and want to be sure I […]

Graduation Nightmare

Graduation Nightmare

As shared by Joe S: I’m coming to ask for help raising money for funds for my Grandmother and Grandfather. A couple of days ago our family made a trip from our home in San Antonio, Texas to Colorado Springs, CO to see my Father walk the stage on graduation. My Grandfather, Joe Saenz is […]

Veteran robbed

Veteran robbed

As shared by Crystal J: The money I saved for my deposit to rent a house in Michigan was stolen. I am barely affording the move as it is. We are trying to sell things to pay for a rental truck and I can’t replace the $1300. I am a 100% Service Connected P&T from VA. […]