Hello, my name is William. I am a socially awkward individual, in that I have difficulty with interacting with other people. I recently have been accepted to attend college classes at UNC Charlotte, however, even with student aid, I am not able to afford the costs of tuition. I do not want to this plea for assistance to appear disingenuous, so I apologize if my campaign description appears to be bland or otherwise uninteresting; as you can probably tell, I do not typically use the internet for the purposes of communicating with other people. In all honesty, I have difficulty with the very concept of social interaction. This is another reason why I want to be able to attend classes at college; I will have no choice but to interact with people, and, as a result, I might be able to overcome my social anxiety. In addition to suffering from social anxiety, I have narcolepsy, which inhibits my ability to obtain most jobs. At one point, I wanted to join the military, as that would have most likely covered the costs of tuition; but, alas, due to my mental and physical disabilities, I would not be fit for combat. Additionally, I do not have any work experience of my own. I have recently contacted Vocational Rehabilitation Services to see if I might be able to schedule an appointment of some sort that way I would be able to obtain a job, since it appears that no one wants to hire me. Perhaps I am too honest in my job applications, I tend to be quite thorough with listing the things that I believe myself to be capable of, and I am not embarrassed that I am required to take medication daily for me to function properly in society. Among the mental illness I have include Autism Spectrum Disorder; Depression, and Bipolar Disorder. I have been sent to multiple out-patient facilities because have suffered from more than a few mental breakdowns. I was sent twice to Old Vineyard, and once to Spring Brook. I was enrolled at Halliburton for a semester; not because I was a trouble kid, but because the administrators felt that transitioning from an out-patient facility to traditional school setting would be too for me to handle. Luckily when I went back to traditional school the administrators recommended me to attend the Burke Middle College program, so that was a helpful reprieve. As for my home experience, I live with my mother and stepfather; my biological father is a deadbeat who beat my mother, so I do not wish to associate with him whatsoever; I also live with my Sandy, my mom's dog, Gandalf, my mom's cat, Tank, my stepfather's dog, Ziggy, my cat, and two hermit crabs, Ratchet and Socket, who belong to my parents. I formerly had two siblings, Xander and Piper, but they died in a house fire. I do not want to spend too much time thinking about them... I was not a very good brother. I honestly regret the fact that I didn't spend more time with them, and I regret more that I fought with my brother instead of playing with him. It is more tragic that they died shortly after I began to act better towards them. I do not have many friends, other than a few close friends who live a long distance away from me; one lives in Charlotte, his name is Jeremiah, and the other lives somewhere in Georgia, her name is Samantha. I honestly don't know what to put here; I'll most likely edit it later and revise this information. I don't want people to think I'm taking advantage of them or acting like I'm entitled to their assistance; I'm fully aware that there are better things to donate money towards, such as literally any other charity. However, I will accept any amount of help that anyone feels the need to give. Even a penny is more than I expect to receive. All in all, I just want to be able to have the opportunity to be successful, despite all my problems and insecurities. My one goal in life is to be able to establish a business that does not pursue profit for the sake of profit, but a business that works with its workers to be able to give back to the community. I know that there are other people, in a similar situation as mine, that want to be able to help people alongside going after their dreams. That's what I want to be able to do after college. But, for now, it does not appear that I'll be able to succeed in this endeavor unless I am able to procure additional funds that way I can go to college. Also, don't be alarmed that whatever money you give will go to my mom; she is the one who handles the money in the family. In addition, I do not have a PayPal or a bank account; I do have a savings account, but I don't think I would be able to receive donations in that manner, so, my mom generously offered to use her PayPal account in my stead.