I am raising funds for my family to be able to remain in their family home; something which we are at risk of losing, after having lost so much already.
In 2016 we lost our home and then we move to our village house which my father was building since he got 20years old.
The trauma of this loss was almost too much to bear but we had desperately trying to move on. We wanted to cry, to grieve, to but We couldn’t. We had to stay strong for our family and show everyone that life was still worth living.
Not long after this my father got ill.He was still working but not as hard as he was before because he couldnt .Me and my family became financially insecure and we were still devastated by our loss of home. Our world had changed beyond recognition in a matter of months.
Unbelievably we had more tragedy to endure. In August 2018 my father and brother got car acident. “Why is this happening to us”? I’d often question.After this in 2018 my father seriously problems with his heart.The new year began to worse for us in January, 2019, when he was diagnosed with a flu virus, although he could not survive due to chronic diseases with the virus and died on February 5.
We are now at risk of losing our family home. The only home my family have ever known. Other than myself, the only constant and stable factor that has remained our their precious lives since our world turned upside down in 2016 has been in freefall ever since. The home where we have a physical connection to our father; where we have memories each time we look out into the garden and can visualise him working under the tree, smiling and having fun. Where we have conversations with our neighbours and above all else feel safe and secure.
Throughout all of these tragic events that have thrown themselves upon us, I have remained steadfastly determined that I will continue to provide for my family; that their well-being is paramount to me. I am not prepared to have endured so much, to have fought so hard and to have remained so determined that I will give up and allow our last remnant of familiarity to disappear.
Raising money mean that my family's future in their home is secure.
When we grow up we will also help everyone .