Grant To Help Bipolar Disorder Disabled Vet Build Business And Erase Debt
by Michael Cannon
(Fountain, Colorado, USA)
I am a 56-year-old currently married father of two sons and three grandkids.
I was born in New York and raised in Georgia and I now live in Colorado.
I served in the US Army. Being in the military gave me the opportunity to see the world.
My disability is bipolar disorder. This disability affects me in many ways:
- It limits me in fully understanding detailed instructions.
- It makes me think that people have something against me and are trying to keep me down.
- It stops me from making the right decisions on life matters and job situations.
- It stops me from socializing with others and pulls away from them.
Not being able to work makes my home life difficult because of the bills that I cannot pay.
Not being able to pay the utilities (around $4000) and having the house going into foreclosure have made me feel like I am a failure
It's hard for me to keep gas in the car and to pay bills because I spend money and don't know where I spend it and I have nothing to show for the money that I have spent.
I have attempted to improve my finances through online blogs. I also try to do work at home doing online surveys.
All my attempts have been to no avail because of my disability.
I seek grants to catch up on past due bills so I can get a new start on life.
Because grants do not have to be repaid, this would give me the opportunity to pay off bills that caused by my disability.
A grant would also help me to acquire a motor vehicle that I can use to get around with more efficiently.
I am looking for a grant to finance a security monitoring company. I have put together a device that will let you be aware of all who are around you when you get home.
This would give the police a jump on crimes before they happen. This device will one day be able to locate missing and exploited kids and return them home before any harm can come to them.