I know there are 18 year old kids that get kicked out of their homes with no money, no education, not much of a job, no friends, no connections, no soft skills like interactions with non JWs, feeling devastated emotionally and having no place to go.
Yes, those people could be helped by having enough money to find housing and transportation. They would also likely benefit from a social worker who might be able to find funding for these things, and maybe even medical insurance because they'll need lots of therapy to get over the profound and disorienting shock of having one's whole life turned upside down and now there's a new reality with rules and requirements that are unknown and unprepared for.
I think the most important thing would be to find them housing for a few months, to have somewhere safe to start making plans for education and jobs and transportation.
Giving someone 3 months rent seems like a good place to start, then sticking around and helping them navigate the social services system and the college financial aid system and then find a supplemental job.
You see, they would need a mentor/mentee relationship and it would need to last for a significant amount of time, a year or more, I would think.
Is that doable? Maybe. But, it would be like starting a charity, and there are rules regarding that as well. Would you have to do fundraising?
And who gets to apply? Only teenagers being kicked out? Older women facing dissolution of marriages?
And how would you choose? Would you put others on a waiting list?
So many questions. Yes, I see that some people have a definite need for help in the form of money, but what are the details? How do you make it happen?