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Shoes

Marcial is a hardworking farmworker in Orange County, Vermont who needs comfortable shoes as his other ones have gotten too worn out. These shoes will keep Marcial from getting tired feet and blisters as he works throughout the day. Farmworkers spend most of the day on their feet and thus it is vital for them to protect their feet.

Thank you for your help!

$ 109
Marcial
Orange County, VT - Mexico

Bicycle

Having the opportunity to at least submit this request has already brought a smile to the face of Dennis, a minor that is newly arrived to Miami FL. Dennis Mola, made the brave decision, at 17 years old, to escape the many dangers of his home country (Nicaragua) and be able to possibly obtain the “American Dream”. Dennis is a humble, kind-hearted person who has advocated for himself and his future from the moment he stepped foot on US soil.

Although he has faced several hardships since his arrival to the USA, Dennis has never ceased to have a resilient and hopeful outlook on life. It has been truly inspiring and impactful to watch Dennis get up, dust himself off, put a smile on and keep going every single time he faces a challenge. Dennis dreams to go to school and learn English because he knows that this is what will help him succeed. Unfortunately, Dennis does not have family or people of support in the USA, other than the case manager who is assisting him in requesting this donation. A bicycle donation will completely change Dennis’ life and provide him with the transportation that he urgently needs to get to and from school in the busy city of Miami FL. A bicycle will also aid Dennis with his two-hour walks to the grocery store every week. A bicycle donation to Dennis would mean more than we could ever comprehend. It would make Dennis’ life easier on a daily basis while being the first step to the “American Dream”.

$ 195
Dennis
Miami, FL - Nicaragua

Bicycle Lock

Having the opportunity to at least submit this request has already brought a smile to the face of Dennis, a minor that is newly arrived to Miami FL. Dennis Mola, made the brave decision, at 17 years old, to escape the many dangers of his home country (Nicaragua) and be able to possibly obtain the “American Dream”. Dennis is a humble, kind-hearted person who has advocated for himself and his future from the moment he stepped foot on US soil.

Although he has faced several hardships since his arrival to the USA, Dennis has never ceased to have a resilient and hopeful outlook on life. It has been truly inspiring and impactful to watch Dennis get up, dust himself off, put a smile on and keep going every single time he faces a challenge. Dennis dreams to go to school and learn English because he knows that this is what will help him succeed. Unfortunately, Dennis does not have family or people of support in the USA, other than the case manager who is assisting him in requesting this donation. A bicycle donation will completely change Dennis’ life and provide him with the transportation that he urgently needs to get to and from school in the busy city of Miami FL. A bicycle will also aid Dennis with his two-hour walks to the grocery store every week. A bicycle lock is being requested to keep Dennis’ bicycle safe and secured. Dennis stated that he would cherish such a gift and would like to be able to lock it up whenever he needs to go to school or inside a store.

$ 14
Dennis
Miami, FL - Nicaragua

Bike Helmet

Having the opportunity to at least submit this request has already brought a smile to the face of Dennis, a minor that is newly arrived to Miami FL. Dennis Mola, made the brave decision, at 17 years old, to escape the many dangers of his home country (Nicaragua) and be able to possibly obtain the “American Dream”. Dennis is a humble, kind-hearted person who has advocated for himself and his future from the moment he stepped foot on US soil.

Although he has faced several hardships since his arrival to the USA, Dennis has never ceased to have a resilient and hopeful outlook on life. It has been truly inspiring and impactful to watch Dennis get up, dust himself off, put a smile on and keep going every single time he faces a challenge. Dennis dreams to go to school and learn English because he knows that this is what will help him succeed. Unfortunately, Dennis does not have family or people of support in the USA, other than the case manager who is assisting him in requesting this donation. A bicycle donation will completely change Dennis’ life and provide him with the transportation that he urgently needs to get to and from school in the busy city of Miami FL. A bicycle will also aid Dennis with his two-hour walks to the grocery store every week. A bicycle helmet is being requested for safety purposes.

$ 25
Dennis
Miami, FL - Nicaragua

Boots

Cesar has worked on a dairy farm in Vermont for two years and has requested these boots to wear to work.

$ 225
Cesar
Fairlee, VT - Durango, Mexico

Laptop 1

This request is for the Ishaqzoi family of 5 people. The family was evacuated from Afghanistan and arrived in the US in August 2021. The father is head of the family and responsible for all expenses.

He is the only one working and keeping up with all finances at home. Thanks to some additional Afghan funding through CCCS, it made it possible for them to rent an apt in Fresh Meadows, NY where he moved with his mother, wife, son (1.5 yrs old), and his sister-in-law. They need two laptops, one for Mr. Ishaqzoi and the other one for his wife who is attending online English classes and searching for higher education.

$ 217
Mohammad
Fresh Meadows, NY - Afghanistan

Laptop 2

This request is for the Ishaqzoi family of 5 people. The family was evacuated from Afghanistan and arrived in the US in August 2021. The father is head of the family and responsible for all expenses.

He is the only one working and keeping up with all finances at home. Thanks to some additional Afghan funding through CCCS, it made it possible for them to rent an apt in Fresh Meadows, NY where he moved with his mother, wife, son (1.5 yrs old), and his sister-in-law. They need two laptops, one for Mr. Ishaqzoi and the other one for his wife who is attending online English classes and searching for higher education.

$ 217
Mohammad
Fresh Meadows, NY - Afghanistan

Boots

Hello! I am requesting these boots so that I can work more comfortably and keep my feet dry. On the farms, we spend a lot of time on our feet and these boots would help me with this work.

Thank you so much!

$ 91
Santiago
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

Air Conditioner

I am requesting an air conditioner for our home because as spring begins to get warmer, it won’t be long until we reach the hot summer days. This air conditioner would help tremendously with the upcoming hot weather and is something my family could use in future years. Thank you so much!

$ 402
Santiago
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

Mattress Topper

I am requesting a memory foam topper because it would be incredibly helpful to rest at night after our long workdays. Thank you so much!

$ 334
Santiago
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

Boots

Hello! My name is Joshua, and I am requesting these new boots in order to get through the long workday. These boots would help me a lot with the work that I do at the farm.

Thanks so much!

$ 173
Joshua
Orange County, VT - Mexico

Laptop

Alba came from Honduras seeking opportunities for a better life. The language barrier has been a challenge for her. She would like to get a laptop in order to learn English and to be able to seek higher education which is greatly assisted by having a computer.

Having a laptop would facilitate many opportunities for her since she graduated High School and it will allow her to seek a college of her preference.

$ 218
Alba
Bronx, NY - Honduras

Laptop

Glenda immigrated from El Salvador. It has been difficult for her to navigate through the US without knowing English. She would like to get a laptop so that she can get a higher education since she was only able to graduate from High School.

This will allow her to seek out colleges she may be interested in attending and it will open many opportunities for her.

$ 218
Glenda
New York, NY - El Salvador

Art Classes - Time Sensitive (June start date)

$ 230
Cristian
Savannah, GA - Guatemala
Request Funded

Desktop Computer 1

$ 210
Diakite Family
Brooklyn, NY - Guinea
Request Funded

Desktop Computer

These requests are for the Diakite family which consists of a single father with 15 children. The children arrived in the US on 11/21/2021 as derivative asylum seekers. Ever since their father arrived in the US, he has worked hard to save money to buy their airline tickets and he has finally been able to buy plane tickets for them all and has no savings left.

He could not rent an apartment and the only solution was to go to a shelter where he hopes the state will help him with an apartment for low-income people. Most of the children attend public schools. Two of them want to go to college, and they are going to ESL classes to improve their English. Because the kids do well in school and want to keep up with good academic achievement, they need desktops.

$ 210
Diakite Family
Brooklyn, NY - Guinea

Laptop 1

These requests are for the Diakite family which consists of a single father with 15 children. The children arrived in the US on 11/21/2021 as derivative asylum seekers. Ever since their father arrived in the US, he has worked hard to save money to buy their airline tickets and he has finally been able to buy plane tickets for them all and has no savings left.

He could not rent an apartment and the only solution was to go to a shelter where he hopes the state will help him with an apartment for low-income people. Most of the children attend public schools. Two of them want to go to college, and they are going to ESL classes to improve their English. Because the kids do well in school and want to keep up with good academic achievement, they need laptops.

$ 207
Diakite Family
Brooklyn, NY - Guinea

Laptop 2

These requests are for the Diakite family which consists of a single father with 15 children. The children arrived in the US on 11/21/2021 as derivative asylum seekers. Ever since their father arrived in the US, he has worked hard to save money to buy their airline tickets and he has finally been able to buy plane tickets for them all and has no savings left.

He could not rent an apartment and the only solution was to go to a shelter where he hopes the state will help him with an apartment for low-income people. Most of the children attend public schools. Two of them want to go to college, and they are going to ESL classes to improve their English. Because the kids do well in school and want to keep up with good academic achievement, they need laptops.

$ 207
Diakite Family
Brooklyn, NY - Guinea

Tablet 1

These requests are for the Diakite family which consists of a single father with 15 children. The children arrived in the US on 11/21/2021 as derivative asylum seekers. Ever since their father arrived in the US, he has worked hard to save money to buy their airline tickets and he has finally been able to buy plane tickets for them all and has no savings left.

He could not rent an apartment and the only solution was to go to a shelter where he hopes the state will help him with an apartment for low-income people. Most of the children attend public schools. Two of them want to go to college, and they are going to ESL classes to improve their English. Because the kids do well in school and want to keep up with good academic achievement, they need tablets.

$ 58
Diakite Family
Brooklyn, NY - Guinea

Tablet 2

These requests are for the Diakite family which consists of a single father with 15 children. The children arrived in the US on 11/21/2021 as derivative asylum seekers. Ever since their father arrived in the US, he has worked hard to save money to buy their airline tickets and he has finally been able to buy plane tickets for them all and has no savings left.

He could not rent an apartment and the only solution was to go to a shelter where he hopes the state will help him with an apartment for low-income people. Most of the children attend public schools. Two of them want to go to college, and they are going to ESL classes to improve their English. Because the kids do well in school and want to keep up with good academic achievement, they need tablets.

$ 58
Diakite Family
Brooklyn, NY - Guinea

Leggings Set

Hello! My name is Karla and I am a farmworker. I am in need of clothes.

As a farmworker, I don’t make enough to cover all my expenses. I would appreciate any help I can get. Thanks!

$ 56
Karla
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

Shoes 1

Hello! My name is Karla and I am a farmworker. I am in need of shoes.

As a farmworker, I don’t make enough to cover all my expenses. I would appreciate any help I can get. Thanks!

$ 43
Karla
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

Shoes 2

Hello! My name is Karla and I am a farmworker. I am in need of shoes.

As a farmworker, I don’t make enough to cover all my expenses. I would appreciate any help I can get. Thanks!

$ 37
Karla
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

Shoes 3

Hello! My name is Karla and I am a farmworker. I am in need of shoes.

As a farmworker, I don’t make enough to cover all my expenses. I would appreciate any help I can get. Thanks!

$ 92
Karla
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

Slippers

Hello! My name is Karla and I am a farmworker. I am in need of shoes.

As a farmworker, I don’t make enough to cover all my expenses. I would appreciate any help I can get. Thanks!

$ 23
Karla
Grafton County, NH - Mexico

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