My dear friend Jennie Sherwin (author of Intentional Healing: One Woman’s Path to Higher Consciousness and Freedom from Environmental and Other Chronic Illnesses) sent this to me today via email. I am sharing it with you, my viewers.
$100 cash grants for people who have
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) or Electro-Magnetic Sensitivity (EMS)
and who are homeless
The HOPE grants were established by an anonymous donor who has MCS and EMS, who has faced 20 years of trying to find and keep safe housing, and who knows what it’s like to be homeless.
The donor would like to provide some hope—to people with MCS or EMS and who are homeless—through direct $100 cash grants that recipients can use for any purpose. Although the grants may be small (from the donor’s modest savings), they come with great admiration, empathy, and encouragement.
It’s easy to apply.
Please write a short letter (three pages, maximum) addressed to the donor (“Anne”), telling her about the following:
(2) Your homeless situation.
(3) How $100 would help you.
(4) How you like to help others.
(5) How you have experienced hope while being homeless.
(6) Contact information: your name, e-mail address, and postal address. All information will be held in complete confidence.
Please e-mail your letter to
For those people that don’t have access to a computer – you can mail your application to
c/o Scott Killingsworth
PO Box 36
Bouse, AZ 85325
Letters of application will be accepted until March 25, 2013. Grants will be determined in April, and applicants will be notified. The donor expects that up to 10 grants will be awarded.