While I blogged about this on Friday, we have not been as successful as we hoped in getting the word out.
The victims from the Michael Charles Financial scandal are not just limited to the Intended Parents who had more than $2,000,000 of their trust funds stolen. It also includes surrogate moms such as Natash. Natash, a mother of 3 and Operating Room Surgical Tech, is serving as a surrogate for a SurroGenesis couple. She is 33 weeks pregnant with twins and suffering from Preeclampsia. As a result of the Preeclampsia, she has been confined to bedrest by her physician. The couple she is carrying the twins for lost more than $50,000.00 in the embezzlement scandal.
But Natash’s story doesn’t just end there. Her husband was laid off in January. Her employer has denied her request for disability because she is serving as a surrogate and has claimed that her Intended Parents are financially responsible. Yesterday she received an eviction notice because she cannot pay her rent.
According to Natash, she will not be able to return to work until May — assuming there are no other pregnancy complications. She owes $1175 in rent for March. Her rent for April and May is $909 per month.
I would like to try to raise the $2,993 necessary to keep Natash and her family in their apartment. If you are willing to help, please email me at email@example.com . Any donations will be deposited in my firm’s Attorney-Client Trust Account and we will pay the rent directly to Natash’s landlord. I will personally donate the first $500.00 towards Natash’s rent.
If you are in a position to help, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Benefit Auction that Liz Silverman-Platt is organizing will likely not be online until later this week at the earliest. Unfortunately for Natash, she is facing eviction now.
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