As most of you know, I’m doing a charity drive this month to benefit Seattle’s homeless kids. If you don’t, you can read about it here.
These kids are my passion. I’ve seen how they live. They have nothing. Their parents have failed them. Child Services has failed them. Society has failed them. They survive among predators living on dumpster food and the kindness of strangers.
Strangers like you and me.
It’s the $1 Challenge!
I firmly believe little acts of kindness change the world. One word. One smile. One dollar. One dollar is the lowest amount YouthCare’s website will accept as a donation. That’s the amount I’m asking you to give. One dollar.
Please, help me help them. Donate now and know you’re making the difference in the life of a teen who has nowhere else to turn. Click the “Youthcare” button just below to donate just $1.00.
If you want to give to the fund to improve YouthCare’s lending library, enter
in the comment box on the donation form.
I just donated, and I live paycheck to paycheck. Spare a buck and feed a kid. If mine were homeless, I’d hope there were good people willing to help. Thank you!
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