Have a RedyMoney week!!!

In case you wonder how to achieve that: remember is your loans provider (#money when you need it most). Simply put, we have remained committed to developing and delivering services that are for your convenience and benefit. We hereby ask that you do the same: is there a task or goal that you have been slacking concerning commitment? Or do you reflect only to discover there is someone in your life, social circles, that you could have been there more for? 

RedyMoney encourages you to tighten the reins on your goals and dreams; hold yourself accountable to achieving them. Whilst you improve you, remember it is so you can help others; there is someone that looks up to you that would do well with some attention from you, a child, spouse, relative? If it is just to give an encouraging word, a listening ear or even to forgive; commitment to a relationship includes mending, repairing and restoring.

Speaking of repairing and restoring: RedyMoney encourages the continued prayers for our brothers and sisters in Haiti that have been severely misplaced and destroyed by Hurricane Matthew. Their restoration process will be a long one, but we are all grateful for the support they have received so far.

RedyMoney encourages you that every prayer and kind thought is accepted for Haiti’s benefit. We hope they are restored and made more resilient.

Happy Belated World Mental Health Day (October 10). This year’s theme speak about the level of necessity that should be placed on how first responders provides support to those that have experienced recent trauma or recurring stress. Crisis seems to be on the unspoken agenda for many countries, the U.S. is not spared. Which means, in every crisis (psychologically traumatic event) victims are left to repair themselves after the external forces have finished tarnishing their reality. Which makes this year’s theme the more important, with crisis seemingly unending, the U.N is making it clear, that all these victims should have access to Mental Health Care services and support. And their mental health campaign that will run all year long “Depression: let’s talk” is aimed at making widespread, information on diagnosis and treatment of the illness. 

Find out what is happening in Alabama’s neck of the woods to raise awareness about Mental Health Care and become involved today.

RedyMoney wishes for your week to be productive and satisfying.

Have a wonderful week RedyMoney family.


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