We wrote letters to brighten the days of the veterans currently staying at our local VA hospital.
We collected books to be donated to the Yvonne Richardson Community Center library and to pair with them we made diy monster bookmarks! Such an easy and fun way to get involved in the community!
We donated canned goods to put into the little free pantries around West Fayetteville. Along with that, we wrote cards of encouragement and included crayons and coloring sheets in each card as a surprise for those going with their guardian to pick out food.
Annual Pink Pancake breakfast to support breast cancer awareness and education!
We made Halloween trick or treat bags for the Fayetteville Ronald McDonald house. It was so fun to decorate and fill these bags for the families being served.
I came in for just a few hours and had the opportunity to get to know some of the kids and help with organizing the back room! Great way to help out in the community!
We made back to school packs for a local elementary school, to benefit some children who may not have all of their school supplies available to them. We made 36 full packs and are donating 33 notebooks and an array of other supplies. I personally brought $30 worth of supplies to help fill the bags and it was worth every penny to put these together.
Call for a cure- raising money for breast cancer awareness and education!