My business was robbed of all of its landscaping equipment in 2011, specifically trailers costing $50,000, and because of it, I am in a debt to the IRS for $100,000. I have been working at a Sterling McCall Nissan dealership since 2012 because my business was forced to close, so every year for 6 years so far, the IRS has kept my income tax to pay the debt of $100,000. Now I have decided to reopen my business, but I need some help to bring it back and pay off the IRS debt. I have received a contract recently with the Homeowners' Association, but I do not own the equipment I need to fulfill the requirements of the contract. Instead, for now, I am renting equipment, and all of the money that I am paid on this fundraiser goes to the business and debt. My credit is not the best for approval of the equipment I need to start the business up again, but I believe in the goodness of people's hearts to hear and do something about this unfortunate story of Champion Lawns & Landscaping, a business that had been running for 18 years across Houston. Please lend us your aid in resurrecting our business, and we will make your investment in us worthwhile.