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Siblings Who Lost Parents And Grandma To Coronavirus Have $600,000 Raised For Them






The Hannah and Joseph Kim Family Fund was set up in the wake of the siblings’ bereavements, having been left to manage their family affairs throughout the ordeal. ‘Being home has been hell. I can’t do anything. I have no power. All I can do is pray,’ 22-year-old Hannah earlier wrote.
Their problems began when their 85-year-old grandmother, who had dementia, moved into their apartment in the Koreatown neighborhood of Central Los Angeles, in a bid to protect her from the pandemic’s spread through nursing homes.
Siblings Who Lost Parents And Grandma To Coronavirus Have $600,000 Raised For Them BY : CAMERON FREW ON : 30 JUL 2020 12:28 The Hannah and Joseph Kim Family Fund/GoFundMe Nearly $600,000 has been raised for a college student and her younger brother after their father, mother and grandmother lost their lives to COVID-19. The Hannah and Joseph Kim Family Fund was set up in the wake of the siblings’ bereavements, having been left to manage their family affairs throughout the ordeal. ‘Being home has been hell. I can’t do anything. I have no power. All I can do is pray,’ 22-year-old Hannah earlier wrote. Their problems began when their 85-year-old grandmother, who had dementia, moved into their apartment in the Koreatown neighborhood of Central Los Angeles, in a bid to protect her from the pandemic’s spread through nursing homes. The Hannah And Joseph Kim Family FundGoFundMe Hannah documented the evolving home situation in a published journal, made possible through a project with the Koreatown Youth and Community Center and The Eisner Foundation. Noting her grandmother’s declining health, Hannah wrote: On April 27, my mom and I had to make a very hard decision. If we sent our grandma to the hospital, there was a chance we wouldn’t be able to ever see her again. But we knew she was going to pass away if we kept her in our home.
Not long after her grandmother was admitted to hospital, Hannah found her dad in his chair at home, slumped and feeling weak. Soon after, the blaring of sirens rang in the distance – he’d phoned an ambulance for help.

 
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