I possibly would not be alive today and most certainly would’ve been homeless!
This grant recipient’s story is dramatic. Only because of the generosity of our donors, he is not homeless. Scott is a patient at the Amputation Prevention Center at a hospital in the San Fernando Valley and still struggles with health issues but he’s as determined to succeed as one can possibly be. We are so happy to help him and stand cheering on the sidelines for his full recovery! Thank you to the good folks at Moss & Company Property Management for referring him to us. Here’s what he had to say:
Dear RRF Board:
There is no way that I could begin to thank you for all the help you and members of The Resident Relief Foundation have given me during the past two months. I was literally beyond hope when you reached out to me offering assistance during one of the most difficult times of my life.
Your Foundation is a godsend, “no” in fact “a miracle.”
As you know, I was hospitalized because of a severe infection, which as a result, I was about to lose my leg. I literally did not know what to do since I had lost my job because of my poor health, my lengthy hospital stay, and now months of extensive therapy.
It was only because of the kindness and extraordinary generosity of you and the Foundation that I was able to survive, keep my apartment, and avoid being evicted – ultimately becoming homeless because I had nowhere else to go.
Your Foundation is a godsend, “no” in fact “a miracle.” Without your Foundation’s help, I don’t know what I would’ve done! I possibly would not be alive today and most certainly would’ve been homeless!
I’m happy to say that I have been healthy enough to interview for a new job and will be accepting a new position within the next several weeks.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Bless all of you! Please let me know if there’s any way that I could begin to repay the favor.
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We exist to be the bridge that helps responsible residents stay in their homes during a singular, unexpected financial emergency.
Whether it’s a temporary job interruption, an auto accident, a medical emergency, a victim of a natural disaster, or something else, our desire is to provide qualified residents with housing stability during a chaotic time and help them avoid eviction, a forced move, or, worse, becoming homeless.