GTMCR Mayor's Homelessness Fund

£224,941 of £100,000 goal

Raised by 2,709 people in 27 months
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Thank you for your considerable generosity – the Homelessness Fund has now closed and all monies raised have been transferred to the all-new Greater Manchester Mayor’s Charity, which continues to fundraise.

 Rough sleeping remains a humanitarian crisis in our country – if you would like to find out more about work ongoing in our city-region, and to support the Mayor of Greater Manchester’s campaign, A Bed Every Night, please visit the Charity’s official website at gmmayorscharity.co.uk
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Lauri de Melchor
19 months ago
3
3

Andy Burnham. I ask you to walk the streets this 6th day of Christmas and act in your job role to re open our hostels , give shelter to those who are just surviving and reportedly dying.

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Peter Garmory
15 months ago
2
2

I am a proud Manc of 70 years, I had the unfortunate realisation that there are too many homeless, living on the streets of my beloved Manchester, I only walked from Piccadilly station to the Arndale on my way to visiting my son, I must have passed at least 20 homeless/beggars, this breaks my heart to see, not only for the homeless people, but for the visitors to Manchester, I have been fortunate to have travelled extensively and this does not appear to be an issue in other countries. Surely there is an answer to this problem?

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Alan Jamison
17 months ago
2
2

On 31st January 2018 I released my debut single 'Full Moon'. I deliberately chose this date as it coincided with the super blood blue moon, hopefully an auspicious day to release a single :) I've also pledged to donate 50% of all proceeds from the sale and streaming of my track to the GTMCR Mayor's homeless charity as I think this is a fantastic initiative and a very noble cause. If you like chilled out slightly retro electronica, check out my track here: http://jam.hearnow.com there is also an extended preview available on my soundcloud page here: https://soundcloud.com/dot-jam/full-moon-extended-preview Enjoy:)

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Ben
20 months ago
1
1

I don't normally like to come on people's campaigns and do this, but I am really in need to help children in hospitals. Please help spread the word and donate!

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Martin
20 months ago
1
1

https://www.gofundme.com/war-veteran-disabled-strongman British disabled war Vectren Please help my campaign to get me to the Arnold classic in Ohio in March please have a read

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Nancy
21 months ago
1
1

https://www.gofundme.com/amaans-leg-operational pls help me raise these funds for my sons operation

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Adam McGrath
21 months ago
1
1

Myself and a friend want to raise money for this cause and get money from friends through a fundraising page over the space of a year (our challenge is running 1000 miles each in a year). What is the best way to go about it so that we can raise the money on our own page and then transfer this to the charity once the challenge is complete? Thanks

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Karen Gaskell
23 months ago
1
1

Olive branch, Edgeley Stockport. Need help. It is a drop in and food bank. The volunteers help the homeless and people in need. There is a flat above it and it needs sound proofing and cannot afford to have it done as they put people first please can you help them . The homeless uses the toilets to have a wash, shave,change clothes,use washing machine and a bite to eat. I go in to the drop in for a coffee and a chat ( my safe haven ) please help them.

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Andrew Marshall
27 months ago
1
1

We’ve got only limited affordable and Pet Friendly homes available now to let! Can you help us make these homes available to those who most need them? Do you know of anyone homeless, at risk of homelessness or in accommodation that is unsuitable / not affordable? We can help - Please help AMRP Makes these homes available to those who most need accommodation! Please apply now, share or pass onto anyone you think we maybe able to help! Apply now to secure one of these limited tenancies in the North East of England for a new home in 2017* We have properties from one bedroom flats up to three and four bedroom houses which are immediately available with no waiting list. Tenancies are subject to successfully passing a free tenant reference check, which will be carried out on our behalf by Durham County Council. There’s no bond or deposit to pay, and no application fee, make sure you apply now as we expect demand for these properties to be high. View a full list of our North East England properties here: http://www.zoopla.co.uk/to-rent/branch/amrp-ferryhill-64476/ Find out more about how: • we’re Pet Friendly – http://www.amrp.co.uk/pets • we’ve got a dedicated Relocations Team to help you to move to the North East of England – http://www.amrp.co.uk/relocate www.amrp.co.uk/relocate *Affordable homes are those where rents are equal to the appropriate Local Housing Allowance rate for the number of bedrooms, with no top up required. Homes available may change from time to time, but all successful applicants are guaranteed the offer of an affordable home. amrp turning empty houses into homes

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Karen Cropper
27 months ago
1
1

A total of 7.68% + 24p per donation goes to the platform (5%) and the payment processing (2.68%). Shockingly VAT is charged. How can that be right? But all platforms have overheads. This is a worthy cause.

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Sam Datalika
27 months ago
1
1

How much of the money donated is paid to the fundraising website Go Fund Me?

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Chris Perriam
27 months ago
1
1

Not sure how this connects with or supersedes the BigChange initiative which a lot of us have been supporting to now... Can someone explain? Will the two initiatives combine?

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Adnan Yousaf
27 months ago
1
1

#charitybeginsathome #crisis #homelessness #mentalhealthawarenessweek #ramadan2017 #fundraising #key103 #RICS

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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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SM
£15
Susan McGonnell
3 months ago

To give is divine

£25
Anonymous
3 months ago
£50
Anonymous
3 months ago
DB
£250
Debbie byron
3 months ago
VS
£10
Victoria Stone
3 months ago
£50
Anonymous
3 months ago
SL
£100
Slater Heelis LLP
3 months ago

Thank you Andy for your time at In Conversation last week. Keep doing the good work that you are for the people of Manchester!

£250
Anonymous
3 months ago
AM
£5
Anne Mason
3 months ago
AB
£1,375
Andy Burnham
3 months ago
Lauri de Melchor
19 months ago
3
3

Andy Burnham. I ask you to walk the streets this 6th day of Christmas and act in your job role to re open our hostels , give shelter to those who are just surviving and reportedly dying.

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Peter Garmory
15 months ago
2
2

I am a proud Manc of 70 years, I had the unfortunate realisation that there are too many homeless, living on the streets of my beloved Manchester, I only walked from Piccadilly station to the Arndale on my way to visiting my son, I must have passed at least 20 homeless/beggars, this breaks my heart to see, not only for the homeless people, but for the visitors to Manchester, I have been fortunate to have travelled extensively and this does not appear to be an issue in other countries. Surely there is an answer to this problem?

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Alan Jamison
17 months ago
2
2

On 31st January 2018 I released my debut single 'Full Moon'. I deliberately chose this date as it coincided with the super blood blue moon, hopefully an auspicious day to release a single :) I've also pledged to donate 50% of all proceeds from the sale and streaming of my track to the GTMCR Mayor's homeless charity as I think this is a fantastic initiative and a very noble cause. If you like chilled out slightly retro electronica, check out my track here: http://jam.hearnow.com there is also an extended preview available on my soundcloud page here: https://soundcloud.com/dot-jam/full-moon-extended-preview Enjoy:)

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Ben
20 months ago
1
1

I don't normally like to come on people's campaigns and do this, but I am really in need to help children in hospitals. Please help spread the word and donate!

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Martin
20 months ago
1
1

https://www.gofundme.com/war-veteran-disabled-strongman British disabled war Vectren Please help my campaign to get me to the Arnold classic in Ohio in March please have a read

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Nancy
21 months ago
1
1

https://www.gofundme.com/amaans-leg-operational pls help me raise these funds for my sons operation

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Adam McGrath
21 months ago
1
1

Myself and a friend want to raise money for this cause and get money from friends through a fundraising page over the space of a year (our challenge is running 1000 miles each in a year). What is the best way to go about it so that we can raise the money on our own page and then transfer this to the charity once the challenge is complete? Thanks

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Karen Gaskell
23 months ago
1
1

Olive branch, Edgeley Stockport. Need help. It is a drop in and food bank. The volunteers help the homeless and people in need. There is a flat above it and it needs sound proofing and cannot afford to have it done as they put people first please can you help them . The homeless uses the toilets to have a wash, shave,change clothes,use washing machine and a bite to eat. I go in to the drop in for a coffee and a chat ( my safe haven ) please help them.

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Andrew Marshall
27 months ago
1
1

We’ve got only limited affordable and Pet Friendly homes available now to let! Can you help us make these homes available to those who most need them? Do you know of anyone homeless, at risk of homelessness or in accommodation that is unsuitable / not affordable? We can help - Please help AMRP Makes these homes available to those who most need accommodation! Please apply now, share or pass onto anyone you think we maybe able to help! Apply now to secure one of these limited tenancies in the North East of England for a new home in 2017* We have properties from one bedroom flats up to three and four bedroom houses which are immediately available with no waiting list. Tenancies are subject to successfully passing a free tenant reference check, which will be carried out on our behalf by Durham County Council. There’s no bond or deposit to pay, and no application fee, make sure you apply now as we expect demand for these properties to be high. View a full list of our North East England properties here: http://www.zoopla.co.uk/to-rent/branch/amrp-ferryhill-64476/ Find out more about how: • we’re Pet Friendly – http://www.amrp.co.uk/pets • we’ve got a dedicated Relocations Team to help you to move to the North East of England – http://www.amrp.co.uk/relocate www.amrp.co.uk/relocate *Affordable homes are those where rents are equal to the appropriate Local Housing Allowance rate for the number of bedrooms, with no top up required. Homes available may change from time to time, but all successful applicants are guaranteed the offer of an affordable home. amrp turning empty houses into homes

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Karen Cropper
27 months ago
1
1

A total of 7.68% + 24p per donation goes to the platform (5%) and the payment processing (2.68%). Shockingly VAT is charged. How can that be right? But all platforms have overheads. This is a worthy cause.

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Sam Datalika
27 months ago
1
1

How much of the money donated is paid to the fundraising website Go Fund Me?

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Chris Perriam
27 months ago
1
1

Not sure how this connects with or supersedes the BigChange initiative which a lot of us have been supporting to now... Can someone explain? Will the two initiatives combine?

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Adnan Yousaf
27 months ago
1
1

#charitybeginsathome #crisis #homelessness #mentalhealthawarenessweek #ramadan2017 #fundraising #key103 #RICS

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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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Kamryn
7 months ago

Dear everyone,


First, I would like to thank you for listening to my story, and for considering helping me raise the funds I need to attend college. I have worked hard and am excited more than I can say that I have been accepted to Indiana university of Pennsylvania, my dream school.  I hope you will consider helping me raise the funds to attend. My aspirations are to become a mental health technician, and eventually, I want to work in facilities helping people that are struggling with mental health illnesses as i do myself. 

When I learned I had gotten accepted into IUP and indeed had been accepted into the program of my choice, public health.  I was both excited and proud. I am going to be the first in my family to attend college. I knew how important this would be to my mother, who sacrificed everything to give me the best possible chance of reaching success. I knew that so many opportunities would open up if I attended this university. I would be given the opportunity for better jobs, better connections, and an extraordinary chance to build a successful life in order to take care of my family.  IUP has everything that I have dreamed of for a university for me. It is a perfect size and in an amazing location. Their programs are amazing, and the endless opportunities for research excite me! The campus, the community, and the class structure are perfect for me. I felt that I belonged here.   And then my dream disappeared as quickly as it came. When I received the financial aid package, I noticed immediately something was wrong. I did not receive anything close to the financial aid everyone expected that I would receive given that Mom had no ability to contribute. Unless I am able to raise at least 8,000 I will not be able to attend IUP.  But if I can raise enough money to get through this upcoming school year, I am confident that I will able to get more scholarship money and earn enough on my own to make it through in the next three years.    Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me, and for considering investing in my future.  I appreciate it more than I can say.

Sincerely,


Kamryn Hennix 
      



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