• Saving Catnip Manor

    Friends of Sara & Ann will be pleased with the creation of a “Go Fund Me” campaign called “Saving Catnip Manor.”

    This fundraiser is to pay off Ann Reed’s Chapter 13 agreement with the court.

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  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    Ann went into bankruptcy in 2016 as a consequence of a sudden major illness that struck her down in 2014.

    The court set the final payment of $45,000.00 due this September.

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  • Additional Support Is Needed

    Additional support will be needed to assist Sara & Ann in resolving their financial emergency.

    Support the Community Quilt Project and Wing Lion Quilts.

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    Ann & Sara Reed

    Chapter 13

    Ann’s next bankruptcy court hearing will be Sept. 26, 2019, at which time payment will be due to the creditors. If the debt cannot be cleared at that time, sale of the house will be forced and the workshop will be lost. It is not likely that a similar space could be purchased in this area. It would spell the end of the Community Quilt Project and Pootie Pads.

    The amount currently owed to the court is just above $42,000. We are seeking to raise $45,000 to cover that amount plus any accruing interest and fees. Clearing this debt would bring more than relief from the terrible dread that the sisters have been living with for some years now. It will also enable healing from stress-related illness that has been causing very real damage and pain to both sisters.

    It isn’t hyperbole to state that this debt has literally been breaking Ann’s heart.

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