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bargelds:

i got word today that my grandpa isn’t helping me pay for college anymore, so now i have to make $3000 extra a semester in order to stay enrolled at school.

i’m also saving up for an apartment which costs upwards of $1000 a month in the area i go to school. i’m going to try to find roommates, but it’s very difficult.

i can’t get by on just my part-time job (which only pays minimum wage and pretty measly tips), and i’m looking for jobs EVERYWHERE in my area. since i live in a college town, everyone has/needs jobs, and i don’t have the amount of experience i would normally need as i have a lot of anxiety and couldn’t handle a job until i became heavily medicated over the last couple of years.

please, please, please help me out.

i love making crafts and they really help me with my anxiety and manic/depressive episodes a hell of a lot. i spend around 3 or 4 hours on each craft that i make (except the hand-painted patches, which take about an hour and a half), so they are all made with extreme love and care.

please help me out, i really need it. even if you can just reblog this, i would really, really appreciate it.

thank you everyone, i love all of you. 

ernrys
carambamamba:

In the past month, my family’s life has been turned upside down. I am a domestic violence survivor and have been raising my five year old son alone since the day he was born. Death threats, harassment, and continued emotional abuse drove me to obtain a restraining order against my ex-husband. Shortly thereafter he filed for emergency custody of my son in South Carolina, and after dealing with jurisdictional issues, I was ordered to “return” my son to an abusive father he’s had very little contact with. I am not being allowed to bring evidence to my defense, I am not allowed to see my son for a month, I am not allowed to contact him regularly and we have NEVER spent this much time apart. The judge and attorneys have made it clear that my queer, “immoral lifestyle” is worse than being with an abusive father and that I should prepare myself for the worst. I need help.My rights as a parent and as a human being are being denied and I need to hire an attorney with experience in gay rights issues and family law. Retainers/fees are generally between $5,000-$10,000 and I cannot afford that. My son and I live in Massachusetts and we are being denied the right to go back home together. Please help if you can by donating or spreading this around, any little bit counts.
 
http://www.gofundme.com/3scfjw ::updated with link, sorry.
Thank you.

carambamamba:

In the past month, my family’s life has been turned upside down. I am a domestic violence survivor and have been raising my five year old son alone since the day he was born. Death threats, harassment, and continued emotional abuse drove me to obtain a restraining order against my ex-husband. Shortly thereafter he filed for emergency custody of my son in South Carolina, and after dealing with jurisdictional issues, I was ordered to “return” my son to an abusive father he’s had very little contact with. 

I am not being allowed to bring evidence to my defense, I am not allowed to see my son for a month, I am not allowed to contact him regularly and we have NEVER spent this much time apart. 


The judge and attorneys have made it clear that my queer, “immoral lifestyle” is worse than being with an abusive father and that I should prepare myself for the worst. 


I need help.


My rights as a parent and as a human being are being denied and I need to hire an attorney with experience in gay rights issues and family law. Retainers/fees are generally between $5,000-$10,000 and I cannot afford that. My son and I live in Massachusetts and we are being denied the right to go back home together. 


Please help if you can by donating or spreading this around, any little bit counts.

 

http://www.gofundme.com/3scfjw ::updated with link, sorry.

Thank you.