My spouse lost their job due to bullying, sexual harassment and transphobia when they were brave enough to be 100% transparent with who they are. They have been applying for jobs like mad, with no luck. We cant afford to have myself up and leave my current job and move to the Magic of Orlando, until we have some funds under our belt.
Some possible things you are asking yourself.........
Q: Tell us a little bit about you both.
A: Justin grew up in the northern part of Washington State and Chris was born and lived until the time of graduation in Southern Oregon. After graduation Chris was able to get into the College Program at Walt Disney World, and moved to Orlando, Florida. At the end of their time in Orlando they moved to Washington State to be closer to their aunt who was dealing with medical issues.
Justin and Chris met in 2009 and have been married since 2014. Chris has been a Disney Fan for their entire life, with taking his first trip to Disneyland in the 4th grade. On the other side Justin has never been to Disneyland or Walt Disney World. Justin grew up watching the older Disney movies however it was not until they met Chris that they got the passion to want to live in part of the magic & dreamed of seeing Chris' dream of moving back to Orlando come true.
Q: Why move from Washington State to Orlando, Florida?
A: We can sum that up to my spouse is a major Disney fan (has now converted me.) They worked at Walt Disney World when they graduated high school, & Orlando is where they felt the most at "home."
Q: How do we know that you are going to use this money for the move?
A: This is something that I have been committed to for a while now (10 yrs) and we are looking to be there before Oct of 2021 for the Anniversary of Walt Disney World. Since right now we are down to one income it has made it VERY difficult to even think about saving anything extra to move.
Q: Is there any other way to help support the journey that you are on besides using the Fundly account?
A: Yes, you can email us at [email protected] and we can get you information on either PayPal or any other money app that you would prefer to use.
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