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I phone my mother almost every day. She’s in her late eighties. Hearing my voice seems to do her a world of good.
Rosa Gonzales works out of the Murphy Center that houses several organizations that help those in desperate financial situations.
You have a $932 utility bill and no way to pay it. Imagine that it’s winter, and if your electricity gets shut off, you will have no heat. Imagine you have a daughter who just had surgery and can’t work and has four kids you for which you are caring.
That’s only one situation that Rosa Gonzales has dealt with as the emergency assistance coordinator of Catholic Charities of Larimer County. The agency is a recipient of the Northern Colorado Empty Stocking Fund.