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Homeless After Doing the Right Thing

Kari needs help

 

Kari Brady is a very good friend of mine whom I have known since guitar class at Sylmar High School in 1986.

She is a huge Metallica and Type O Negative fan.

She is a master jeweller.

She is good with an axe-whether we’re talking about a B.C. Rich or a Craftsman from Sears Roebuck.

Kari has always been a very giving person-up to the point where it hurt.  Now, she has nowhere to go.  She took care of her father who has Alzheimer’s, as well as her stepmother, who had a severe stroke at the age of 47.

She has gone without while raising her own daughter and endured the worst that men have to offer.

Kari has sought work for months, but no one will hire her.  She struggles daily with intense pain, but cannot get medication for it. Neither her daughter nor her ex-husband will help her.  She not only feels alone in the world, she is physically alone in the world.

No shelter is available at this time for Kari, so she sleeps in her car; a gamble in itself in a city known for the act thereof: Las Vegas, Nevada.

Kari desperately wants to work and needs medical attention for her chronic ailments.

Notice that you do not see a payment section for this post.  That is because I have inserted a link for her support.  I, myself, want no compensation for this post.  It is imperative that Kari be helped as soon as possible, as she has not eaten in days and frequently faints for lack of nourishment.  Kari has also fallen asleep at the wheel of her car.

She also seeks employment and is willing to work.

Click Here To Help Kari

Kari Hawaii (1)
Kari in happier days

Kari as a mother.

The only thing this writer wants out of this article is the knowledge that Kari is eating and sleeping in a warm bed.  She needs a place to clean up and change so that she can go to a new job.

Kari’s past jobs include:

No one who has worked so hard and been a devoted wife and mother to others deserves this lot in life-especially after that person cared for their parents.

Kari feels no hope and has no options at this time.  All she asks for is a clean bed, food that isn’t spoiled, and a job to reclaim her place in society.

Please Help Kari Brady.

Again, here is the GoFundMe link.

Help Kari

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