Sheboygan homeless mom launches GoFundMe to find a home with her 3-year-old daughter in a wheelchair


Ashley Lagoo-Mckinnie and her daughter Lyanna Brown-Lagoo sit in the corner near the Above and Beyond Children's Museum in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Ashley McKinney is a living young daughter's handicap mother. At the shelter in Sheboygan. Ashley is tied to a wheelchair and everyone at the shelter departs in the morning and cannot return until late in the afternoon, regardless of the outside temperature.

Ashley Lagoo-Mckinnie and her daughter Lyanna Brown-Lagoo sit in the corner near the Above and Beyond Children’s Museum on Friday, January 28, 2022 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Sheboygan. Ashley is tied to a wheelchair and everyone at the shelter departs in the morning and cannot return until late in the afternoon, regardless of the outside temperature.

Sheboygan-a homeless mother GoFundMe To find a warm and permanent place for her and her young daughter to stay.

Ashley Lagoo-Mckinnie is from Milwaukee, but she had to move to Sheboygan due to lack of space in a homeless shelter.

McKinney created GoFundMe with a goal of $ 1,400 in the hope of finding a home for her and her 3-year-old daughter. McKinney is disabled and needs to use a wheelchair to move.

They are now Sheboygan Salvation ArmyDue to staff shortages, departures must be from 8am to 4:30 pm Monday to Saturday and noon on Sunday.

McKinney said it was difficult to leave the shelter on time every morning because her daughter was ill. She said her young daughter was angry to leave the shelter every morning because she couldn’t take a proper nap and the outside temperature was below freezing.

“From 8:00 to 8:30, we have to sit and wait outside the library,” McKinney said. “It’s terrible because it doesn’t matter if you’re sick.”

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Ashley Lagoo-Mckinnie and her daughter Lyanna Brown-Lagoo pose near the Above and Beyond Children's Museum on Friday, January 28, 2022 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.  AshleyMcKinnie is the handicapped mother of a young daughter who lives in a shelter. With a sheboygan. Ashley is tied to a wheelchair and everyone at the shelter departs in the morning and cannot return until late in the afternoon, regardless of the outside temperature.

Ashley Lagoo-Mckinnie and her daughter Lyanna Brown-Lagoo will pose on Friday, January 28, 2022, near the Above and Beyond Children’s Museum in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. AshleyMcKinnie is a handicap mother of a young daughter who lives in a sheboygan shelter. Ashley is tied to a wheelchair and everyone at the shelter departs in the morning and cannot return until late in the afternoon, regardless of the outside temperature.

GoFundMe has raised $ 146 since it was first created on December 15.

McKinney was told she was third on the housing list and should soon receive housing assistance.

“I just called, and they said they would prepare some things next week, so I hope it works,” McKinney said.

If you would like to donate to McKinney and her daughter, please visit her GoFundMe link. https://bit.ly/3G9PrT9..

“Anything helps,” McKinney wrote in GoFundMe. “I pray for miracles. I also accept my post and prayer shares. I need love and hope, thank you.”

Please contact Jelissa Burns (920-226-4241 or [email protected]). Follow her on Twitter (@burns_jelissa) or Instagram (burns_jelissa).

This article was originally published in Sheboygan Press. Homeless Sheboygan mother looking for a safer shelter for her daughter at GoFundMe