I'm needing to raise $2,799.00 for a new riding mower. The reason why is because i take care of several senior citizens properties year round. I also do other odd and end jobs for them like taking them to the doctor or store when they need me. I have 20 acres (over half of all that is all grass) all together that i tend to and i do all this work for free, because they are poor and living on an extremely tight budget like i do and i couldn't dare take a dime from them. They have family, but they aren't worth a damn imho. One couple has a rental property, but their grandson has been occupying it for the last 12 years rent free and he won't lift a hand to help. But the couple wont throw him out because he is their oldest grandson. The elders can't help because they are in their high 70s and 90s I have to do everything by myself, and it's a lot of work and ware and tare on my equipment and myself lol. I have to weed eat, plow the gardens, cut up fallen trees, pickup and hall off limbs and pine cones, rake, trim limbs, plant, mow and everything else in between, than i have to take care of my stuff, and i do this all with very bad knees. I'm 32 and i get up off the couch are chair like an old man, and some days the pain is so bad. I work my ass off and i don't get paid a dime lol Well, i had 5 running riding mowers, 1 craftsman and 4 old snapper riding mowers. Well over the years they all started breaking down, i would get them fixed but since they had thousands of hours on them they wouldn't last long. Now i'm down to one old snapper that i will be amazed if it will last halfway through the summer. I used it 2 days ago and it would barely pull me up the hill in 5th gear. Anyone have any methods or know of any other way that i can possibly raise the $2,799.00 pretty quick for the brand new mower i need?