I decided to try this for my daughters 26 and 28. Lacey is a single mother of 2 little girls ages 2 months and 7 years old. She has always worked full time and supported herself, recently she lost her home due to severe flooding and is currently without a home(her and the kids are staying with us currently). She also lost most of her possessions due to the flood, some of this fund will go to get her back on her feet and replace the items that she lost.
My other daughter is Shelby, she lost her hearing due to sudden hearing loss syndrome when she was 11 years old. She never let her disability hold her back from achieving the goals she sets out to accomplish. Recently she graduated from Indiana University with her Bachelors Degree in Sustainability and currently has an (unpaid) internship in the same field. She has always held a job while in school and is one of the hardest working people i have ever known. Her car is on its last leg and is buried with student loans has weighed very heavily on her mind, not to mention the cost of hearing aides today.
As a father, i have always taken pride in being a "fixer". Someone who when their kids needed help or was in a bind would handle whatever was thrown at him, sometimes behind the scenes. Those are the best ones! I have completely depleted all my resources and not able to be that "fixer" anymore. We all want our children to succeed and give them the chance to. I have worked full time since i was 16 years old and have never not had a job, thank you for stopping by and taking a look. God Bless You.