“If you need help, all you have to do is ask.”
There are no limits. Here are some examples of what I do:
- Taking the elderly to run errands/doctors appointments because they can no longer drive
- Painting a porch for a neighbor
- Watching children because the parents had a last minute vital obligation
- Helping build cattle fence
- Cooking dinner for a family because the parents had to work late
- Having tea and making a connection with lonely “neighbors”
- Renovating a house with the new “expecting” tenants
- Mowing a lawn because the owner of the house recently had surgery
There are no restrictions to this concept. It’s simple; If you need help all you have to do is ask. It’s more than just stepping into someones life. It’s cultivating a relationship. It’s showing people that they are not alone. It’s breaking the barriers we’ve built around ourselves. It’s letting people in.
I operate strictly on donations.
It’s not about money. It’s about doing what you love and following your passion. It’s about showing others that they are important. It’s about creating a family in a world that has become so far removed we don’t know our own neighbors. It’s bringing back a sense of community. It’s paying it forward.
How did this begin?
In the past I’ve held many job. I’ve worked in a variety of fields. I’ve done everything from a sales associate for Victorias Secret, to a T-Ball coach, and a Waitress, to a Personal Assistant. However, there was a common trend I found. No matter what field I was in, there was a sense of inequality. There was someone looking down on me; someone thinking they were better than.
I decided to take my life into my hands. I wanted to help people on a personal level. I wanted to be viewed as not only an equal, but also as a friend.
I decided to operate on donations because I don’t like how money interferes with relationships. I want to help people because it’s what we should be doing. It doesn’t matter what your social standing or financial position is. It’s about helping someone in need, and lending a hand to your neighbor. It’s about love; and in love there are no boundaries.
“If you need help, all you have to do is ask”