I'm raising money to support mentoring/guidance for a better future. They're incredible teens who are among the forgotten youth due to environment, influence,& upbringing. They deserve to experience great things in life
Pictured is my Son and my Other 2nd Children on their way to a candlelight just days after we lost one of our precious boys. 3/13/20 while meeting up to come to my home, tragically our J.J. was struck by a vehicle that ultimately took his life. He was only 14! And full of so much talent and Dreams!! Dreams of making it out of his environment in order to better his future. These kids have become a huge part of our family! Here, is their safe haven. They know they can come here when they're hungry or need a place to stay. They feel safe here. We've developed a trust they've never had. They confide in me about so much. And i made a promise (before we lost J.J) to be there for them however possible! They are among forgotten youth. Meaning they have nobody to help them persue their goals. They are judged by appearance or environment. And not even considered when it comes to a hand in life. I've never judged them! Little did they know I came from the same life. So we relate. I see the good in them! They are so polite and respectful! full of passion, Love, kindness, spreading awareness, striving to reach goals, so much talent, and potential! They enjoy being here because they can be themselves and just enjoy being a kid. When I keep them occupied, I keep them safe! They are a driving force in my life! All of them! And I will Forever persure any bit of opportunity I can for them. Please help me fund the things im not able to do for them. They want to experience the simple things in life. They have great interest in making a better future! They want it for themselves and for J.J. Because of all the dreams he had himself. I want to prove to them that theu are worth it! And I will never leave them behind. I went from 2 children of my own to 8 incredible kids! I'm beyond Grateful they are apart of our life's.
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