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Stories from across America

March 5th
Emily at Baby Dickey killed two birds with one stone when grocery shopping, she was also able to gather the items she needed for her safety kit, at Walmart. With the idea of “Winter Survival” in mind, Emily decided to donate her kit to the loc…
March 5th
Jill at Single Mom on a Budget along with her son, created a winter safety kit and donated the items to Jonesie’s elementary school. Jill is so excited to experience the joy from children receiving the kits. Jill shares some ways “You can help…
March 5th
Linette at the Kids Fun Review created a safety kit that she had originally planned on donating to a church but changed her mind because of time constraints and ended up donating to a special needs class at a local school. “Many times special needs …
March 5th
Jessica at the Unemployed Mom made a local Walmart trip to purchase winter safety items with a goal to create a kit that would help a child survive freezing temperatures. Jessica and her son together came up with a very long list of items. Jessica and her…
March 5th
Stephanie at A Grande Life never realized how important batteries were to safety until recently. She went to Walmart to get the supplies she needed for her Emergency Safety Kit. The Energizer flashlight is among the supplies Stephanie purchased.…
March 5th
Stephanie at a Grande Life discusses that because of hurricane season she is very aware of the dangers of power outages. She notes 70% of power outages in the U.S. are weather related. Stephanie and her boys will be creating a care kit for kids and&n…
March 5th
Agnes at Diary of a Stay at Home Mom created a winter care kit and donated it to Hand in Hand, which is a local organization that helps people in many ways.  They have a food pantry, a clothing closet and also offer prayer sessions for anyo…
March 5th
Stephanie at The Adventures of Goober Grape & Monkey Man and her daughter created an emergency weather kit for kids to help them weather a storm. Because of hurricane season Stephanie and her daughter, Madison, knew what they wanted to put i…
March 5th
Denise at Shopper Strategy chose to create a winter emergency survival kit to deliver to their local Ronald McDonald house for this project.  Denise’s family has a history of childhood medical issues that originally introduced th…
March 5th
Crystal at A Pumpkin and a Princess decided to donate her emergency kit to Valley Crisis Center after researching several organizations in her area. “We chose this non profit organization because they work with all of the homeless children from…

How it works:  Gather your friends, family, and co-workers to help children stay safe and be prepared by putting together Care Kits for kids! Include items like band-aids, hand wipes, tissues, flashlights, extra batteries, and bottled water! Give the Care Kits to an organization in your community that serves children (like a school, shelter, religious organization, or nonprofit). Click here to send us your great Report and Photos!

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