Poor pensioner, 82, still asked to donate money
THE Salvation Army sent me two begging letters saying it needed my help and could I send £19 so a poor pensioner could have a nice Christmas.
I'm 82 years old. Nobody helps me; all I get is being sponged off and robbed.
What's in it for me? All my life I've been discriminated against because I'm single. Single people don't matter. So why should I help anyone? Why is it supposed single people are better off? I'm a hardship case, so poor I do not pay income tax on an annual income of under £7,500.
I can manage because I'm not always in the pub.
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People much younger than me end up in care homes, deprived of food and water by bullying staff who don't earn their money.
The Salvation Army should earn its money. I could offer them a couple of jobs which might take one-and-a-half hours. I'd pay them £20 for that, or maybe they are great believers in something for nothing?