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Dear Elaine, Very important, I attend a meeting at WSU, about Federal funding,They do not give grants to individual people,Grants are given to corporations, organization,non-profits,I really wanted to see what it was all about,because on the web you have all these sites to get grants,They do have some help for rural it's under USDA,(Housing is Hud,)They get the Grants to help and you get low interest loans. also I really advise everyone to watch the Movie SICKO,God Bless you Sandy6
Thankyou Elaine. I will check out some of these first thing tomorrow as it's late and I'm pretty tired. I hope John didn't go ahead with his plan of commiting suicide. If you noticed in his post, he listed an address at the bottom of it. I called the Arkansas police and told them about his post and they said they would check it out. Thanks again for the links. you are an angel! Bluelady.
VIP** Hurricane Katrina & Rita
I have seen several posters who have raised concerns or lodged complaints re this topic here on aid pages.
FEMA Authorizes Hotel or Motel Assistance for Occupants of FEMA Temporary Housing Units
The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently issued Emergency Lodging Assistance (ELA) guidance that allows assistance to occupants of FEMA-provided temporary housing units who ask to be moved because of health concerns associated with their units. FEMA temporary housing units include travel trailers, park models and mobile homes.
Thanks Elaine, however, knowledge was not overlooked, it simply was not given any attention because the goal is financial. Obviously, there are a myriad of other points in regards to charity that were not mentioned in the interest of brevity on the subject of charity. The reality is that I need cash to acquire land, and I intend to use every available resource to do so in a civic manner. Aside from taking land, I have only 2 choices: pay for it with either time, labor, or cash OR have it gifted to me. I have chose the 2 aforementioned options. So, I will contribute my time, labor, and cash along with the generousity of others in order to accomplish the goal. I certainly appreciate your gift of "knowledge". Thank you
thank you kindly for mentioning modestneeds.org on my aidpage. I just checked them out, and have posted my needs there as well. Please pray for me, as my time to join is running out, and it's a slow, losing battle fighting the health and wellness issues related to my dental problems.
Thanks Elaine for the links. I have tryed them all and still no help. Was told that I make to much money. Well just wanted you to know that was very nice of you and you do alot of work and have alot of information on your site. We have lost the car and now we have to find a way to dialysis for my husband. I have not been to work in 2 days because I have no way there. I was surprised that the electric was on this morning it will be off shortly. I did get a notice from my landlord so I have started packing things up in the apartment. I will soon find out what it is like to be homeless. Thanks again
Thank you Elaine of TSA I did try for a medical voucher and showed proof that my daughter is insulin dependent and was still declined we are working on getting our electricity turned back on. My daughters medical needs and medication are currently being paid by the medicade program in our state thank you for the sight you linked me to it is appreciated. may God bless you.
Dear Cole: I would love to be self absorbed and totally oblivious to the pain and despair of those in need, blissfully unaware that the world did not revolve solely around myself, never really knowing true need. So tell me how did you get there? If you can afford to spend like you have, you don't know what it is to be hungry or in fear of losing shelter. Look at some of the postings on these pages and GROW UP! Sincerely, Elaine
Dear Elaine, Thanks for the link. I see that that is a link to one of the kinship navigators...I am in constant contact with the kinship navigator in New York. The man who has so dedicated his life to this cause is one Gerald Wallace, a law Prof. at Albany Law School, who works to change state as well as national policy to help grandparents to access help in raising grandchildren. He put me in touch with a good agency that is trying to help me from there... I don't know if we are going to be able to override the state of New York and the guardian ad litum, and social worker. I am concerned that we are fighting so much because my grandchildren are not bi-racial, but multi-racial, being black and Native American as well as white. I happen to be white and the children have been placed with a black (Jamaican) family. I wonder if some caseworker got it in their head that the children ought to be raised in a black family because they are of color! I don't see what difference that makes but people seem to think that white people know nothing of other cultures. I do, since I have made it my business to raise my children and grandchildren to not see a color line at all. They have been taught to judge people as people, not by color or lack of it. They were raised to choose their socks by the color not their friends. Blessings to you. Thanks for the link.
Thank you for the links. I did find some help through PPA for my husband's medication. However, still having a hard time finding help for diagnostic treatment for breast disease. A lot of useful information and facts...help after your diagnosed with cancer...but no help in aiding the fees associated with diagnosis. Thank you again for the links.