A DYING Mulgrave mother, 46, fears her daughter will be left without food or a roof over her head when she passes away.
Mrs Julianne Whyte, who suffers from anorexia and severe emphysema, lives in transitional housing with Jade, 13.
But the Office of Housing issued her a 90-day notice stating she must move out by June 29.
Mrs Whyte contacted the Journal last week seeking help from the community.
“I came down to Melbourne to marry and I lost my husband to cancer within eight months last September,” she said.
Ms Whyte has also been knocked back for housing under the Habitat for Humanity volunteer project.
“I am dying and I want to leave her a place I can buy for her. I have nothing to give her.”