Home PageTestimonialRose G.

StringsforaCURE:

As I look back over my life and think things over I can truly say I have a testimony because I am a witness to what God will do and what he will have others do on his behalf. I have been blessed with doctors and nurses and helpful people of all kinds most of all the little angels that have come when I’ve needed them most, these angels I refer to are called StringsforaCURE.

When I have least expected help, it was these little Angel’s that showed up with something that I could use during my recover or something that would help to ease some of the financial burden that has been put on me. It is hard when you go through life altering situations like this where you have to sometimes make a decision between medication and food and even paying for your shelter but it’s a blessing when the Lord above sends you an angel to let you know he’s still working on your behalf.

I thank him for that and I thank him for the little angels they don’t have to do what they do but I’m so glad that they’re here and that they have helped me and helped others along the way. So that I as able to get new security doors installed, they helped me by paying my mortgage and I used my social security check to pay for the installment of the security doors that I might be able to stay in my home once again. Some people may look at this as it is nothing, but I look at it as it is a whole lot because they didn’t have to do it, but I’m glad they did.

I have been working since I was 18 years old, I have worked in the medical field for 40 years. I am now 59 years old and I thought that I would have been able to work until I was in my 70’s or 80’s. After being diagnosed 2x’s with breast cancer and then fining out that it was time to stop working, it was hard for me to come to grips with this.

I cried and I prayed and finally reality set in, this is life so suck it up and when life throws you lemons make lemonade and with a little bit of hope and a lot of prayer, just maybe an angel will show up and help you make it through.

Rose G.
HeartStrings Grant recipient
March 31, 2020