Letter # 134 2 elderly gentlemen in Cazadero needyard and house clean up help Letter # 134

I am writing this letter to you on behalf of Mark and Rick who live in Cazadero.

I am writing to you today because Mark has a problem. Mark and his husband Rick live in their home in the isolated Cazadero mountains. They are both disabled and on a very limited income.
The house work is impossible for them to keep up with, and has been building up to the point where it is now overwhelming and unsanitary. They need a real clean up and haul away of old unneeded stuff that they are more than ready to let go of.
Their truck recently broke down and is always in need of repair. These expenses go right on their credit card.

They could really use a computer to stay connected to the outside world as their home is so remote.

I am hoping that Secret Santa can help Mark out by granting this wish. 1.House work- a business called Collector Care is the best price for cleaning up and hauling stuff away. (rachel@collectorcare.com)
2.House Cleaning- after things are hauled away it would be wonderful to have the home cleaned professionally, so Mark and Rick can maintain it.
3.Computer- laptop.
4. Car Repair- the truck is old and is their main source of transportation. It constantly needs work.

If Mark were able to get this help from Secret Santa it would help. If these items were provided to these kind gentlemen, their lives would be greatly improved.
Rick is a full time 24/7 caregiver to his husband Mark, and their home shows how difficult this job has been. A clean home and help sorting and hauling away the extra stuff that has been piling up would allow them to take more pride in their home and improve their living environment and safety. Auto repair would assure they can get to medical appointments safely and without stress. A computer would add entertainment, information and easy ability to communicate with the various medical practitioners that treat them both for their health conditions.

By checking this box you agree to fulfill this wish.

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