A Neighbor needs our help

A Neighbor Needs Our Help

Please take a minute  to read the following that was sent to us by one of our own, Ms. Kim Jackson from KJ’s Corner.

This is a cry for help. PLEASE HELP my grandmother get rid of the termites that have taken over her home and get her roof fixed. The roof has been leaking for awhile but my granddad was able to patch it here and there. They were both on a fixed income but they still helped with their grandchildren, great grandchildren, and anyone who simply needed a meal or a place to get some rest. On July 12, 2020, my granddad passed away suddenly. Through her grieving now she has to worry about how she will get things fixed around the house. My grandmother suffers from COPD and a number of other health issues. The rain in the house and the termites really make it harder for her to breathe. Thank you in advance for your contribution.

As neighbors, Christians and God Fearing American’s we have a chance to put our effort and or our money where our mouth is.

If you have the skill and are willing to help out on this effort to assist a neighbor in need Please  let us know.

If you can help offset some of the expense, please reach out to the families Fund Raiser Page by clicking <<here>>.

If you or your company can assist with donating time,skills, labor and material please consider dropping us a line here @ TAM and we will work to get you in touch with the people close to the matter. You can e-mail us @ Editor@TalkAboutMartin.com

If you would like to start a community handyman group for these types of needs and others to help assist your neighbors, drop us line.

These are some pictures of the damage that needs repair:


2 thoughts on “A Neighbor needs our help

  1. The Letter of James in the New Testament urges us to first give help to orphans and widows. We know there are neighbor’s with skills that can help Ms. Jackson and others in need. Time is usually the issue. We all have a hard fight just trying to cope. Let us resolve to obey Christ and do what? ‘Love thy neighbor as thyself.’ Blessed are those that give of their precious time.


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