What's the site where I can post a sad personal story and ask for donations? I'm about to be homeless and my family and I starve ourselves to make ends meet, but we're still in the red every month and it's caught up to us. We still have medical bills to pay and all kinds of debt. We won't survive long if we end up on the street a third time. Is there something like kickstarter for personal issues? How many are there? Can I do more than one on different sites, or will people be upset about that for some reason? (I'm autistic so I don't know much about how to not make people angry on the internet, there are countless times people have gotten extremely upset at me for things I didn't realize I was doing "wrong.")
Post your situation in the most tragic saddest way you can. Maybe even add a bit of "embellishment". Make it as...empathy inducing as you can and you and your family will get by...hopefully. Good luck, OP.
I don't know what you mean. What forms? What government office? The post office? The DMV?
I don't think I'll need to embellish it, it's already very sad. I don't want to get money from lying, anyway. Thank you for the site.
>make well-written video/text
>show your misery from its worst side
>get mad donations and a chance to get decent jobs/cheap stay and get on the right tracks.
Try to do something on a city-level, that might help. Fuck, abuse the youngster of the family for the campaign.
>But what forms do I ask for? I don't know what I'm supposed to say.
>I'm about to be homeless and my family and I starve ourselves to make ends meet, but we're still in the red every month and it's caught up to us. We still have medical bills to pay and all kinds of debt. We won't survive long if we end up on the street a third time.
it's somebodies job to help you. they're paid and trained to do it.
there are things called libraries, bro
also he could be about to be homeless because of his lifestyle, sounds like a NEET to me. some people just aren't able to find work. it took me like 3 years after graduating to find my first job, and that was with constant job searching and sending out applications and going to interviews and shit.