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The Richardson Family Charity

Aimed at helping the Richardson Family through the time of their turmoil.

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  • Harold and Teresa Richardson preparing dinner at Little Beaver State Park.
    Harold and Teresa Richardson preparing dinner at Little Beaver State Park.
  • Teresa cooking dinner.
    Teresa cooking dinner.
  • Picture of the back of the Richardson's first tent last winter.
    Picture of the back of the Richardson's first tent last winter.
  • Picture of the tent with the kitchen.  Before the Frankenstorm.
    Picture of the tent with the kitchen. Before the Frankenstorm.
  • Picture of the tent after Frankenstom.
    Picture of the tent after Frankenstom.
  • Due to high winds and heavy snow the kitchen and storage area collapsed during the Frankenstorm
    Due to high winds and heavy snow the kitchen and storage area collapsed during the Frankenstorm
  • The Richardson tent after relocation during the summer.
    The Richardson tent after relocation during the summer.
  • Harold and Teresa Richardson with two of their dogs, Missy and Dingo.
    Harold and Teresa Richardson with two of their dogs, Missy and Dingo.
  • Harold Richardson laying down as Teresa prepares dinner.
    Harold Richardson laying down as Teresa prepares dinner.
  • The average temperature of the Richardson tent.  It hovers between 50 and 60 degrees.
    The average temperature of the Richardson tent. It hovers between 50 and 60 degrees.
  • Ms. Richardson bracing against the cold as she goes to the public bathroom and shower.
    Ms. Richardson bracing against the cold as she goes to the public bathroom and shower.
  • Ms. Richardson and son (not pictured) adding an extra tarp to prevent cold winds from blowing into the tent.
    Ms. Richardson and son (not pictured) adding an extra tarp to prevent cold winds from blowing into the tent.
  • Picture of the Richardson tent after a recent ice storm.
    Picture of the Richardson tent after a recent ice storm.
Harold and Teresa Richardson preparing dinner at Little Beaver State Park.
Harold and Teresa Richardson preparing dinner at Little Beaver State Park.
This website, and the Richardson Family Charity is solely dedicated to receiving aid for the Richardson family, who have been swindled by a local organization.  The family consists of Harold Richardson, Teresa Richardson, and their son John Stephens.  They are in dire need of adequate clothing, food, blankets, rugs, money for their medications (totally over fifteen hundred dollars a month), and any help possible.  The Richardsons who are elderly have been living in a tent for over a year and a half, they have fallen through the holes of the social safety nets of the United States.  Information about what has happened to them will follow on the pages included on this website, however to sum it up here, the Church of God, located in Pineville West Virginia swindled the Richardson family.  While they were being swindled by the Pineville Church of God which belongs Church of God International located in Cleveland Tennessee, they contacted a Real Estate agent (Pat Armstrong) who was employed by Zaferatos Real Estate company, located in Beckley West Virginia, where they were assaulted with racial slurs.  Ultimately they were removed from the home located in Pineville West Virginia, not for failure to pay rent, but for breach of contract.  A contract that was expired when they moved into the home, and started authorized repairs to the home, so that it would pass a home inspection, and meet appraisal. 

Nearly all funds given to this charity are used for the assistance of the Richardson family.  The money goes to a paypal account that is directly linked to Mr. Richardson's Bank account.  Charity, assistance, help are all equal in the eyes of the human spirit.  The Richardson Family, would like to thank you all for your assistance.  Along your journey through this site, you will met Ms. Teresa Richardson, Mr. Harold Richardson, and the often unseen John Stephens, which is who I am.  At this time I am struggling to gather funds for my transcripts from my university so I can get into a better paying job.  Even if you feel you cannot give charity in the form of money or goods, you can also pressure the organizations in question, along with people like Norman Gray, Bishop Wicker, the offices of the Church of God International in Cleveland Tennessee, and the trustees of the Church of God in Pineville West Virginia.  There is also Zaferatos Real Estate Company owned by Jerry Zaferatos and his wife Kathy Zaferatos, whose real estate agent directed racial slurs, and stereotypes at Ms. Richardson and myself, showing us any home she could find that was on the market or not, many of which were in dilapidated condition.  In one such home, I nearly fell through a floor, to which she said, "It is fit for a Jew."

It is sad that in a nation as wealthy as the United States that an elderly couple, and their middle age son are virtually homeless, living in a tent in a campground.  Any help, donation or anything provided are appreciated.  Charity is the cornerstone of a society, when we donate to those in need we serve to bring people forward.  We have so many charities that donate to children and animals, and that is a noble cause, but how many charities donate to the elderly?  Harold Richardson, Teresa Richardson, and John Stephens want to thank you for your time to come here.  Hopefully we will be able to get them and their pets Dingo, Missy, Boots, Sassy, and Buddy out of their tent into somethings that offers more protection.
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