bunnyomega · 2 days
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Hey folks, my cat had a sudden change of health a couple week ago, and is now being taken care of in a 24/7 care facility. His kidney had started to fail and they cant find the exact reason why. It had leveled out after a night of fluids but went back to how it was a couple weeks after. Hes the little brother of my cats, and my son's favorite cat. With a 1 year old human baby as well our finances are already being stretched thin.
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Please share if you can. I would greatly appreciate it.
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fursasaida · 5 days
The staff and performers of Club Q are struggling financially with the club being shut down. Those who weren't working the night of the shooting are not counted as "victims," so don't have access to the same kinds of support but are nonetheless out of a paycheck.
Del Lusional explained here: "Unfortunately the employees and contractors who were not in the building are still being greatly impacted with the loss of income, these last few shows of the month were gonna help pay rent and utilities for many of us."
They are working on getting a joint PayPal set up, but for those of us in the US, here are ways to send money to some of these individuals:
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[there's an OCRed version here.]
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starlightomatic · 9 months
As Russia prepares to invade Ukraine (or maybe is already doing so), I wanted to share this message and request from Rabbi Avraham Wolf, Chief Rabbi of Odessa & Southern Ukraine. It’s from a few days ago and I’m not sure if there have been any updates but it just feels really important to signal boost this:
“The Jewish community in the Ukraine is in need of your assistance during these dire times. As the threat of war intensifies, Mishpacha Chabad Odessa is preparing to support the hundreds of Jews who are unable to evacuate the country including orphans, students, and Holocaust survivors. Preparations are also underway to absorb Jewish refugees from the surrounding regions of Kharkiv, Kiev, and Dnieper.
$300,000 in donations are urgently needed to purchase medical gear, protective equipment, and basic necessities such as clothes and sleeping bags. Money is also needed to help stock emergency shelters with several tons of cereal, buckwheat, sugar, rice, flour and other non-perishable staples. These donations will also help defray the costs of additional security personnel arriving from Israel to help protect the Jewish community.
Your generous donation will help ensure that the Jewish community of Odessa is prepared for all eventualities and is able to provide security, shelter, and food for everyone in need during this dangerous time. $130,000 has already been spent in food alone - but much more is still needed.”
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slowdancinginthedarcc · 4 months
Black trans woman in a financial crisis, on the verge of being houseless - please help??
Things just keep getting worse and I don’t know what to do. I’m working two jobs, eating almost nothing on a daily basis, scraping up all my savings, and I still don’t know how I’m going to keep making rent bc I’m so fucking broke. I don’t have any family nearby who support me and all my friends are in the exact same boat as me. I need help, badly. Here is a link to my Cash App, and if you could spare anything at all, it would be so greatly appreciated. If you want to help but can’t afford to, please reblog!!
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one-time-i-dreamt · 4 months
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Please share and donate if you can!
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newarks · 16 days
my friend hasn't eaten in literal days and has barely a dollar he can spare without sacrificing his court money. if anyone can help, like just 5-10 dollars, anything, he would be so grateful.
cashapp $digiate
it will reach him faster than the gofundme
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car-gay · 2 months
Okay, actually. I hate to make a donation post like this, but...
I’m a trans, pregnant minor in an unsupportive household. If my parents find out, they’re going to make me get an abortion. While I am definitely pro-choice, I would really love to keep this baby... As of right now, though, I don’t have a job, and I’m unsure of how I’m going to support my child or myself during pregnancy.
If anybody wouldn’t mind donating, I’d appreciate even just a dollar or two. It would help me out more than you could ever know. my cashtag is $alifer0us.
Thank you so much.
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daggers-drawn-returns · 2 months
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Summer in Slab City is a time of tribulation, hardship, and scarcity.
Please help me afford groceries, ice, and water. I have no refrigeration or running water and very little electricity.
Even $5 helps!
Cash App: $ThistleDD
Paypal: paypal.me/ThistleDD
Venmo: @ThistleDD
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genderoutlaws · 8 months
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angelsaxis · 5 months
Lola is a Nigerian trans femme who needs survival and transition funds! Nigeria is not LGBTQ-friendly, and she has had her life repeatedly threatened. She needs stable, safe housing so that she doesn't die. The homeless shelter she was staying in has been shut down.
I've set up this GoFundMe to help her, and we've made some progress but she still needs aid. Literally ANY dollar amount helps, even if it's just one!
Please share this!
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sequoiasgf · 10 months
help a broke depressed student out <3
hii! im collecting donations again cause i’m broke af and i can’t afford to pay rent and medication for depression, which is making everything hard for me. i can barely get out to go to uni and im missing out on so much study. i also feel physical pain which is making it really hard for me to just do normal tasks.
my parents will probably have to pay for university fees because of me not completing my exams - due to depression and depressive episodes - so if u have like 2$ to spare id really appreciate !! even a tiny reblog counts.
also shoutout to all the people suffering from mental illness or any kind of physical pain and disorders. i feel you. i know what it feels like to just not have the strength anymore to do simple stuff, like getting out of bed and staying hydrated, or even eating. i know how hard it can be and it makes me sad to know that most of our sanity depends on money - money which people in some countries don’t have access to. so i feel you, and i really hope we’ll get out of this !
please stay strong and don’t forget you’re not alone !!
here’s my p^ypal <33
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sirenplush · 11 months
The fact that many people (including myself) are now hearing about Arianna Delane really speaks words lmaoo
Arianna (4) was shot on New Years morning and she's alive and in the hospital and I hope she makes a speedy recovery. It took police 4 fucking hours to respond to this -_-
Her aunt is hosting a gfm and they're no where near their goal, please donate
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cosmic-noir · 1 year
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I literally just got this message TODAY and I have literally NO WAY to secure a one month deposit + rent + moving expenses in such short notice! I was already struggling with physical therapy and I NEED HELP FR
This really hit me like a freight train and my anxiety is now on 1000000 I can’t believe this is fucking happening it’s making me ill
Venmo: DarlingNik
I don’t even know what to do anymore
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xxnoisegfxx · 2 months
i hate to make a post like this, but I've been out of work due to a nervous breakdown I had a couple weeks ago, and I haven't had an income and won't for at least another 3 weeks, so my wife and I could really use some cash just to get some groceries to keep us afloat till then. 200 should be enough but anything will help
Paypal: [email protected] (ignore my deadname) CshApp/Venmo: noisewitch
raised: 0 / 200
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thesurestthing · 2 months
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21 September 2022: URGENT Disabled US family overseas in danger of separation and imprisonment in bureaucratic/medical nightmare
TL;DR: Through no fault of our own, we have a little over a month (possibly two) to come up with an estimated 7,000 USD--possibly more--in visa overstay fees, clearance fees, and travel expenses (even though we COULDN'T leave before) or risk possible separation from our daughter and indefinite imprisonment until those fees are paid. 
We ( @anexperimentallife, our daughter, and I) are a US family in the Philippines who, through a combination of illness, lockdowns, complicated  pregnancy, a mistake on our daughter's birth certificate, and sluggish bureaucracy, have been unable to leave the country with our baby daughter. Now that we've gotten past most of the bureaucratic hurdles raised by both the Philippines and US, we're being charged for involuntarily (and I stress that it was involuntary) overstaying our visas while we waited for them to sort things out. The Philippines jails people who cannot pay their overstay fees indefinitely, until someone pays them. We have no idea what would happen to our daughter if worse comes to worst.
We could have afforded all the fees if not for all the unexpected illnesses, pregnancy complications, and bureaucratic issues, which we already had to spend a heavy chunk of donations on.
We've already gone over 13,000 USD in debt for all this, despite previous donations, and our only income is Rob's disability, since I (Zoey) am not legally allowed to work here.
Here are our donation links. We prefer pay pal donations, because they take the lowest fees, but we can also accept donations through go fund me and ko-fi.
pay pal: https://href.li/?https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=AAPN4HRA9YLA4
ko fi: https://href.li/?https://ko-fi.com/anexperimentallife
go fund me: https://href.li/?https://www.gofundme.com/f/family-riding-out-covid-overseas
Thank you all again, beyond words!
In-depth explanation:
The long version (and story to date): We are an interracial, neurodivergent, disabled US couple in the Philippines (*see below for explanation). Rob got sick, and nearly died, at the very beginning of COVID (March 2020), and had to be hospitalized literally the day the first lockdown started. Unbeknownst to anyone, this would be the start of nearly two years of lockdowns and inter-city travel restrictions that changed sometimes overnight with zero notice. There were occasions when people who were already in the air were not allowed to enter. Even if not for the lockdown, Rob's doctors agreed that his health was too fragile for travel with the possibility of getting COVID again.
A few months later, still under lockdown, and with our visas about to expire, we found out we were having a baby. There were complications that required me (Zoey) to be hospitalized twice during the pregnancy, and Eleanor was delivered by C Section in March of 2021 (still under lockdown). Also, by this time, we were having to pay overstay fees because Rob’s visa had expired.
An error on El’s birth certificate prevented us from registering her as a US citizen, meaning she could not get a passport, meaning that even if we (Rob and Zoey) could leave the country, Eleanor could not come with us. We did not find this out until August 2021, when we were trying to register her with the US embassy. (Again, since travel restrictions changed at times with no notice, we could not take the chance on leaving the country without knowing when or if we'd be allowed back to reunite with our daughter.)
Thus began a bureaucratic fight with the Philippines bureaucracy that took nearly a year’s time, two lawyers--one of whom had to sweat an affidavit that fifteen was a larger number than fourteen--a priest, pediatric vaccination records a pediatrician’s word, a baby book, a newspaper publication of our daughter’s birth, and a favor from a friend, just to get the Philippines to correct her birth certificate. (If you're wondering how hellish the bureaucracy is here, one of our local friends is still officially named "Baby Boy" in his forties, despite years of his best efforts.)
In the middle of our legal battle in October 2021, Rob got COVID (again), nearly died (again), and had to be on an oxygen machine for a month. Shortly afterwards, the left side of his face also became temporarily paralyzed from blood clots, and clots unseated the retina in his right eye–he’s still in treatment, but the doctors aren't sure he will ever fully recover.
In May of 2022, the Philippines finally gave us El’s “corrected” birth certificate (with a different middle name than the one we chose for her, but we couldn’t afford another ten-month legal battle).
After this, I emailed the embassy to be certain that we would have an appointment shortly after submitting all our paperwork and the necessary forms. They emailed back and said yes, we would have an appointment between 3 and 10 business days from the date that they received our paperwork. So we planned our long and expensive trip down to Manila, and once we were there we sent in our paperwork. After a few days we get an email saying that our appointment was scheduled for the END OF AUGUST. This was in June, so they screwed us over majorly. It cost us over 200 USD just to get down to Manila, and over 1300 USD to stay there.
While we were in Manila, we finally decided to get an evaluation of Rob’s ingrown and chronically infected big toenails. At this point he had had the nails removed at least 3 times during COVID lockdown in Baguio, and they kept regrowing and becoming infected over a period of two years. During the consultation it was determined the nail bed would need to be cauterized to prevent the nails from becoming ingrown and reinfected. To have this done in a satisfactory medical facility cost us 800 USD. We had to stay in Manila an additional 2 weeks or so following this, and spent another 200 USD to get home.
During the preparation for Rob’s surgery, his blood pressure was alarmingly elevated, so after we got home to Baguio we had him consult with a cardiologist and have made medical and dietary changes to mitigate this. (This is apparently another effect of long COVID.)
His toes were still infected and resisting all the antibiotics that had been tried, so he had to go see an infection specialist and have testing done to make sure his bones weren’t infected. Luckily they weren’t, and after an actual wound culture (which no one had thought to do until after two years of this) and this latest round of heavy duty antibiotics, it is finally cleared up.
That brings us to August 2022, when we went back down to Manila again for our appointment scheduled with the Embassy. Luckily everything went well, we had all the correct documentation, and Eleanor was formally declared a US citizen. It’s been a couple weeks since then and we now have her passport. Rob and I were also able to get married over Zoom through the Utah court system, which is a huge relief for us and something to bring us some joy in this whole mess.
Unfortunately, this is not the end of our ordeal. We still have Eleanor’s immigration fees to pay and we have to secure an exit clearance for each of us before we can leave the country to reset our tourist visas. The hope and the goal is for us to be able to get the SRRV, which may be anywhere from 5,000 to 12,000 USD, which will allow us to stay here without the hassle and expense we’ve been going through, even if there’s another lockdown.
Everyone’s monetary and emotional support through this whole thing has been so wonderful, and we are so grateful to you all. Hopefully we’re able to resolve this soon but even after we get things somewhat settled, we still have an overwhelming amount of credit card debt staring us right in the face.
(* “Why were you in the Philippines to begin with?” After Rob's two adult sons died, he moved to the Philippines both to fulfill a decades-long dream, and to make his disability payments stretch further, as it’s basically impossible to live on in the US. I started talking to him online a few months later, and eventually flew over to be with him. Until COVID, everything was fine here financially--a family of three can easily live on under a thousand USD a month here.
It was only all the bureaucratic and legal hassle stemming from El’s birth certificate error, covid, the national lockdown, and the unexpected medical issues that put us in a tight spot. It’s fairly common for people to move to the Philippines on a tourist visa, renew every two months for 40 dollars until they hit the three year mark, at which point they have to leave the country for a day to reset. Thanks to ever-changing travel restrictions, Rob's health, and then El's stateless status, we were unable to do this.)
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brightgoat · 9 months
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🌻 HELPFUL LINKS 🌻 https://voices.org.ua/en/  https://savelife.in.ua https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help
Phrase from: https://twitter.com/ian_tanya/status/1496845132192436224?s=20&t=1wXFfuY_9FkNk4GOL1BANg
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