Bobby Bonds Foundation,
My name is M., I am 24 years-old, and a recovering drug addict. My drug of choice was fentanyl.
I would love to become a resident of Emilie House in Levittown, PA. Their rent is $180 per week, but first and last week’s rent is up front. I cannot currently afford this due to losing my job from COVID, but living here requieres obtaining employment quickly, which is also something I believe would be very good for me.
Also, being around sober support, especially women, would greatly impact my recovery. They would always be there during tough times and would be able to help me and give me advice from their own personal experiences.
Lastly, working a program such as NA or AA has always been extremely valuable to my recovery. Going to 90 meetings in 90 days, having a sponsor, and working the steps are all requirements to stay here. This is the formula I believe will help me to succeed in my recovery.
I would love another chance at life, and believe this house is my best shot at getting one. Hopefully, you will consider me for this grant and I will do everything I can to get it right this time.
Thank you so much,
Bobby Bonds Foundation:
Thank you for the opportunity to be able to come to Another Day Clean with a scholarship. This gives me time to get my plans in order and find a job. I appreciate the chance I have got to start a new way of life in a strong recovery community. Without your foundation, I may not have been here. Again, thank you for the opportunity to be able to come to the recovery house.
The time has helped me a lot.
Dear Bobby Bonds Foundation,
I hope that I can put into words how much your foundation has helped me in my recovery process. I don’t know where I would be without you, both geographically and progressively. I’m in a great place physically, emotionally and spiritually. If it weren’t for you, I don’t think I’d be authoring a letter like this. The sober house has been such an integral part of recovery thus far and I’m looking forward to continued sobriety and happiness here. I have a job, regular contact with my family and most importantly, supreme hope and optimism! Your gift will continue to give as I will work as hard as possible to ensure that I stay on my current path.
Dear Bobby Bonds Foundation,
I honestly don’t know where to begin. I am a young mother who has struggled with alcohol and drug abuse issues for some time now. I have attempted to straighten my life out on more than one occasion in the past but haven’t been successful in those attempts at maintaining sobriety. As a result of that, I haven’t been the mother that I’ve always wanted to be. I haven’t made the wisest decisions when it came to continued care, until now. Part of my decision making process was due to a lack of resources. This time, you provided the resources, which made my decision very easy. I’m happy to report to you that I’m actively looking for employment and that I’m also involved in my child’s life. Your donation made all of that possible and it means the world to me!