Family and Friends, It is with much Sadness and Humility that I come to you and ask you for Monetary donations for Mena and her Children. Mena and her children are victims of gun Violence and have suffered the biggest Loss of LIife. On November 3, 2016 Emani and Elijah lost their lives; meanwhile, Mena and a family friend are still Fighting for their lives in the Hospital.
With all my Heart and Love, I ask that if you could send a Monetary donations to this GoFundMe account in Support of Mena so that she can Bury her children. The Funds are ONLY for the Burial The Funeral is already taken care of. Please Know that no donation is to big or small and is very much Appreciated. As you go about your day, please keep Mena and her family and their friend in your prayers. Thank You all so very much for your generosity. GOD BLESS!!!!!!
………And the Peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your Hearts and your Minds in Christ Jesus. Amen
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