Husband Dies Mother of Two Goes to Mission Makes Come Back

Single mother winds up at mission with two children, makes a comeback after a unexpected death of husband, against all odds.
 
 
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* Mission
* Shelter
* Children

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Sept. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- Jennifer Cameron launched Cameron Content Development in late 2010 to a very warm reception.  After about six months of searching online for legitimate home working opportunities, she landed on a site called Freelancer.com.  After gaining a few clients from this site, word spread like wildfire about the services that she offered in regards to SEO content writing, proofreading, and editing.  Just a short three months into it, she had eighteen clients that she worked for on a daily basis.  Finally, she had found the job that she had always longed for; one in which she could stay home with her still young children and one in which she could do what she loves: write.

Just as Jenn was in the swing of things, an unexpected death occurred.  Her husband of four years passed away at the age of 45, leaving behind her and their two young children.  Although work was good, it wasn't good enough and Jenn lost their home.  Her family had no choice but to move into a homeless shelter (Friendship Housing Center in Gaylord Mi, molly.stewart@thefriendshipshelter.org)For the first few months, Jenn was too overwhelmed with her loss to focus on anything but her children.  Cameron Content Development was put on a back burner.

As Jenn regained her composure, she decided to re-open her business; however, the clients that had been there had moved on, not knowing why she had disappeared, only knowing that they had to keep their own businesses afloat.

Jennifer Cameron is very good at what she does.  She crafts content that equals visitors for your site.  Having lost so many clients during her darkest hour, she is now reaching out, asking for whatever help you can provide.  Cameron Content Development she regards as another of her children.  She does not want to close the doors forever; but, without some type of funding for advertising and new equipment, she fears that may be her only option.  Please help Jenn, as she has finally moved on from the homeless shelter and is indeed ready to work again.  With your donation (see below), she can advertise and rebuild her clientele.  Please find it in your heart to help this female business owner realize her dreams and keep her doors open.  

Jennifer Cameron
1-(231) 833-0260
http://www.gofundme.com/15yr94?utm_campaign=Emails&utm_so...

Molly Stewart
molly.stewart@thefriendshipshelter.org
989-732-5960.
Friendship Shelter
7163 Old 27 South
P.O. Box 2048
Gaylord, Michigan 49734

Jason Stovall
(530)917-3144
jasonstovall@reddingpressrelease.com
http://www.ReddingPressRelease.com
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