Photo: Champions for Kids has announced this month's SIMPLE Service Project - Help Them Thrive! Dial Into Giving with #DialCFK - The Boy and I have decided to hold a donation drive for children hygiene products to donate to either The Sanctuary House and/or The Rainbow Room!!
Photo: I wanted to get some inspiration and find out a few facts about children's hygiene needs so I visited Champions for Kids to look at the Dial Into Giving Project Card. {dl.dropbox.com/u/40791709/Dial/SSP%20Cards%20-%20DIAL.pdf}

Did You Know?
According to the US Census, now over 1 in 5 children are living in poverty in the United States.
In 2011, the number of Americans receiving food stamps hit an all-time high at 46.2 million people – almost 15% of the country!
Food stamps cannot be used to buy soap, shampoo, or other basic household supplies necessary for good hygiene and healthy children.
Children often do not have the basic personal care items that they need to feel confident and successful at school.
Photo: I decided to leave the boys at home for a quick trip to Walmart to get the supplies needed to start the donation drive. I emailed the church this afternoon to ask about notifying the congregation of our donation drive so I need to have a bucket for donations. I also wanted to pick up some Dial soaps to get the donations started!
Photo: I checked with Hubby to find out what we needed at home and made a list with my handy dandy list app. He said (and I agreed) that we needed something pumpkin-y for dessert tonight. We also have a broken toilet so I needed to get one of those flushy thingies - what are those called?!!
Photo: One other request from him - get back quick because the Presidential debates are on tonight!
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Janet Krugel
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I wanted to get some inspiration and find out a few facts about children's hygiene needs so I visited Champions for Kids to look at the Dial Into Giving Project Card. {dl.dropbox.com/u/40791709/Dial/SSP%20Cards%20-%20DIAL.pdf}

Did You Know?
According to the US Census, now over 1 in 5 children are living in poverty in the United States.
In 2011, the number of Americans receiving food stamps hit an all-time high at 46.2 million people – almost 15% of the country!
Food stamps cannot be used to buy soap, shampoo, or other basic household supplies necessary for good hygiene and healthy children.
Children often do not have the basic personal care items that they need to feel confident and successful at school.
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