Young Student in Canada on the Verge of Homelessness
Serving those Hidden Amongst Us
Samar recently reached out for some assistance in getting back on her feet and resolving her current situation, with your potential support, Insha Allah.
She is presently facing financial challenges and requires some help to regain stability. She operates an online business that provides her with some income; however, it is not consistently reliable, causing her to frequently fall behind on covering her monthly expenses. She has applied for a few job opportunities, and she's grateful to have secured one, although it's not commencing soon. In the meantime, she continues to seek employment and diligently work on expanding her business. She is a hardworking individual but requires some support to manage her current situation.
Additionally, she struggles with health challenges, managing a chronic condition since she was a child. Lately, her health has not been at its best, and there have been months where she couldn't afford her necessary medications. The stresses of her circumstances, combined with the need to overcome challenges from her childhood, have taken a toll on her mental health. While a friend has suggested therapy as a possible solution, she is unable to afford it at this time while addressing more immediate needs.
She currently resides between different places, staying with friends and her brother as she seeks an affordable and suitable place to call home, even if it's just a rented room for the time being.
Over the past few years, as she struggled to secure a stable source of income and handle most aspects of her life independently, she has accrued some debt that she has been unable to manage.
She is kindly requesting assistance in clearing her outstanding debt of $2,000, which is overdue and going to collections, and an additional $1,000 to help her secure a place to stay this month and cover immediate needs such as healthcare and living expenses. This support will provide her with stability until she can secure and commence a more reliable job."