“We are raising money for the Rosemont Family Foundation to help our family get through this difficult time,” Rosemont said.
“We have already started raising money, and will continue to do so for a long time.”
Rosemont’s parents, Susan and Jim, were on the job for less than a month when they were forced to leave their home.
They were able to get a job as part of a construction company but lost their home and had to pay $10,000 in rent for it.
“I feel very bad for the people that were hurt,” Susan Rosemont told ABC News.
“They were working for nothing.
They didn’t get any pay.
I think it’s just a really bad situation for our family.” “
I feel for them, and they don’t know where they’re going to go from here.
I think it’s just a really bad situation for our family.”
The family, who have two children and two grandchildren, had been trying to get their kids out of the house.
The family also is trying to save money for other expenses, including food, clothing and utilities.
“The family is working to try to find some savings to pay for things that they need,” Rosewood said.
The Rosemonts said they would use the money to set up a food bank.
The couple said they are “very grateful” for the support of Rosemont and the community.
The donations will go toward paying for transportation and food to get to the Rose Montys’ apartment.
They said they also will be able to buy Christmas presents for their children.