Frankie from Los Angeles, CA

No longer homeless! Now I need a bed and furniture to continue rebuilding my life

Finally in an apartment but need a bed, kitchen supplies and more to make it a home and build back my health so I can work again.


Aiko, Frankie's validator from PATH, shares her gratitude too! Aug 20, 2013

Three months have passed since Frankie successfully completed our shelter program and moved into his own apartment. Your amazing donations and contributions helped make his unit his new home. Thank you for your benevolence! - Aiko Enoki, PATH Validator

Frankie shares his gratitude Aug 20, 2013

I want to thank everyone for their nice contributions. I want to say God bless them for them blessing me. Thank you! - Frankie


I need some basic items to furnish my home so I can focus on my goals of getting healthy and finding work.

PATH has found me a place to stay, but I need furnishings for my new apartment. This includes  a bed, couch, television, kitchen utensils, etc. Anything you need to make a house a home.

My goal is to get healthy, find employment, and be able to live completely independently. Having a real home is a necessary first step. Meeting this need will help me because I currently have nothing to move in with and furnishings will truly help make my apartment a home.

My current situation is I'm a resident at PATH Hollywood, have been out of work for 18 months, found myself homeless and with a number of health issues.

Right now, my biggest challenge is not having a source of income to be able to provide for myself and live independently. I need furniture for my new apartment.

I'm most proud of getting my life back in the right direction and being on the way to being healthy again.

I think of myself mostly as a independent stable person, but feeling a bit desperate in my current situation.

Need funded!

Thank you for helping Frankie fund this need.

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This need has been validated by Aiko from PATH

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Validated by Aiko from PATH (What does this mean?)

I have known Frankie since December 2012. We met through informal interactions at the PATH Hollywood shelter where I work and he is staying, but began working closely in March of 2013 when we began to search for a permanent apartment for him to move into.

I think meeting this need is important because here at PATH we want our residents to be treated with dignity and respect. Having furniture is a critical piece of living with the kind of dignity and independence we hope to help each client achieve.

This will move the recipient's life forward by giving him a positive environment in which he can recover physically and work towards regaining independence and stability.

About Aiko

As Associate Director of PATH San Jose, I help people experiencing homelessness access supportive services and move from streets to permanent housing. I have been working at PATH since 2012 and what I like most about my job is the opportunity to build relationships with clients, service providing… Read more