serafu:

serafu:

uh hi hello my name is augustine and im in a bit of a bind rn

short story is, a while back me and my current roommate put down a deposit to live in the apartment complex were at now and expected to move in at the end of august..however, the people who were moving out then were on…

ALRIGHT SO, thanks to everyones help so far im already $86 ahead for next month, and my roommates bf is going to be helping us out by giving us $150 (so $75 for each of us) and that brings my total needed to $248..

thats a lot and im not exactly expecting to raise that much in 15 days, but as always any bit helps

im also anticipating around $15 for dog-related costs, too

also, PLEASE only donate if you are ok w/ any leftover funds (if by some miracle i surpass my rent goal) going to top surgery, or being held as emergency necessity funds (in case i get into another rent bind, need food for myself or momo and my roommate isnt in a place where they can help, etc)

my paypal is serafu@live.com and there is also a donate link on my blog

thank you so much for reading, and id really appreciate if this could be reblogged!

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