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Supporting court-involved children, teens and families to seek a better future.
Supporting court-involved children, teens and families to seek a better future.

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Research suggests that the stress of living in poverty is as harmful for kids as playing football without a helmet
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Celebrate Changing Lives at One Can Help's Annual Benefit! Enjoy interesting speakers, great music, hors d'oeuvres and desserts on May 2th.
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Did you know that 80% of the children and families involved in the juvenile court system live in poverty? If a parent can't even afford the train pass to get to counseling, it is hard to make constructive gains. By helping to provide these critical connecting resources, you make positive change possible. Please donate: http://onecanhelp.org
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"I would like to say thank you for the two gift cards that you gave me for graduation. I was completely overwhelmed with your generosity. I will always remember what One Can Help did for me and I will always try to pay my good fortune forward in life. I hope that my efforts will one day make a difference in the life of another human being" 18 year old girl
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ADHD made it difficult for a 10 year old to make friends. A special social skills program was recommended to help him but no funding was available. So his social worker asked if we could help, which we did. Recently the boy wrote us a note that made us all smile: "Thanks for helping me go to this. I am making new friends. I am also getting better at not fighting with friends and with people."
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"I will always remember what One Can Help did for me and I will always try to pay my good fortunes forward in life. I hope that my good will efforts will one day impact and make a difference in the life of another human being too." #Testimonial
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Did you know that many of the parents of kids involved in the juvenile court system, grew up in foster care too? By helping a child's parent with resources that can improve their caregiving, we are helping the children themselves. Most truly love their parents and want nothing more than to live with them.
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How to help kids in poverty thrive? Resources. Let's make a difference together!
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One Can Help thanks The Sudbury Foundation for their generous support. Their grant makes it possible for even more juvenile court involved children and families living in poverty, to get the resources they need to move forward and build better futures.
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Raised in foster care, this mom works hard so her own kids will have more opportunities and a better future.

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