As many reading this will know, Brian lost his dear wife Susan to cancer in 2013. It was a long, crippling illness. During the course of Susan's medical battle, the couple faced a protracted, malicious legal battle as well, which is still ongoing. After Susan died, Brian was left with not only his grief, but also an enormous loss in income, assets, and credit.
Between bankruptcy, being self employed and taking care of Susan all those years, it has been impossible for Brian to raise any kind of capital to just get started again.
In addition to this, Brian and Susan's adult son, John, who is disabled, needed extra help in finding housing, which proved challenging due to his special needs.
Through the generous help of friends, Brian has finally been able to get his son settled; however, John's disability income does not cover his expenses, which Brian must continue to help meet.
Now, Brian is finally ready to make a go of his FFL business, which has been a long time sideline. In order to get it fully off the ground, he needs to build up inventory to create cash flow. This will require a strong cash infusion, since a loan isn't possible at this time. These funds will also help him to build up his workshop again, which was lost along with some larger tools and other business needs when Brian had to move after Susan's death.
Securing funding for his business will enable Brian to finally get back into business and back on his feet. Those of you who know Brian know how much it means to him to be independent and productive again.
Please consider a donation to help a wonderful guy whose loss has been enormous but who is ready to move forward.
But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint. Isaiah 40:31