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New Ways to Support: Introducing My NY ABLE Account

Hello Dear Supporters and Allies,


I hope this update finds you well. First and foremost, I want to extend my deepest gratitude for the incredible support you've shown through the GoFundMe campaign. While the campaign served its purpose wonderfully, I've decided to take it down due to potential complications with my SSA benefits.


Switching to a NY ABLE Account


The good news is there's still a way you can support me that won't jeopardize my eligibility for public benefits: my New York Achieving a Better Life Experience (NY ABLE) account. For those unfamiliar, NY ABLE accounts allow individuals with disabilities to save money without affecting their eligibility for needs-based governmental benefits.


Why This Matters


Your continued support through my NY ABLE account would go directly into safeguarding my financial future. It provides an opportunity to save for qualified disability expenses, making it a great way for me to manage money for health needs, emergencies, and even leisure.


How to Contribute


If you're interested in making a contribution to my NY ABLE account, here are the steps you can follow:


1. Visit [UgiftABLE.com](https://www.ugiftable.com/).

2. Enter the Ugift code: `643-S1Y`.

3. Fill in your name and the gift amount you'd like to contribute.

4. Complete the gift via electronic funds transfer or by mailing a check.


Your support is not just financial; it's a statement that you stand with me in advocating for a life of dignity and freedom for disabled individuals.


Thank You for Your Continued Support


I cannot express how much your assistance, in all its forms, means to me. Your willingness to adapt to this new method of contribution is not just a show of financial support; it's an endorsement of my right to a stable, secure life.


With deepest gratitude,

Jensen Caraballo

This is the official logo for my blog. Jensen Caraballo is written in cursive.

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