Peer to peer support for homeless & at risk youth.
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|Posted on April 8, 2017 at 7:08 PM||comments (356)|
So proud of Siena and all of her teen volunteers, working so hard and proving they can do it without me! London has been amazing, and there is so much help needed here and across Europe, but I cannot wait to get home and get my eyes on our first THT Clubhouse that Siena ramrodded into reality. the kids at St. Judes Ranch, LOVE IT! Feeling really blessed.
|Posted on August 2, 2015 at 2:16 PM||comments (89)|
|Posted on August 2, 2015 at 2:14 PM||comments (376)|
We are trying desperately to move out of our garage and into a mobil distribution center to get urgent items out onto the streets faster and with more efficiency. Stocked by size and item type. Hygiene kits, blankets, foods, survival gear, etc.
Donate at http://gofund.com/teenshelpingteens
|Posted on August 2, 2015 at 2:09 PM||comments (114)|
For myself, I cannot believe it is less then 3 weeks until I go back to college. So much to do to help prepae our homeless and at risk youth for their own back to school day. Sometimes school is the only safe and good place for them. They have access to food, a bathroom, adults who care about them and in many cases, look out for them. They also face a lot of bullying since other kids don't understand why they are dirty, or dressed poorly. This is our biggest challenge, trying to bring awareness to teens, of the plights many of their brothers and sisters face. NOT TO JUDGE, NOT TO BULLY, but to have a heart that wants to understand and to help lift their sisters and brothers up who are in need. We not only need a lot of packpacks, school supplies, and emergency non perishable foods to stock those packpacks to help the afterschool and weekend hunger. PLEASE help us spread the word, NOT TO JUDGE, NOT TO BULLY, TO be compassionate and kind to your peers and to remember, that you don't know a thing about them until you have walked a mile in there shoes or barefoot in many of their cases! HELP us HELP THEM... Donate a packpack, some supplies or food but most importantly DONATE A SMILE... The gift that keeps on giving. Donate a pat on the back, Donate understanding, patience and compassion for your peers. It could change their day, their world, their lives.
|Posted on July 11, 2014 at 3:49 AM||comments (58)|
I cannot believe the way this yaer has flown by. I graduated High School and Siena is starting High School. She will keep things going with THT and making sure our local homeless teens have support while I start spreading awareness Nationwide and trying to take Teens Helping Teens National. Can you imagine if EVERY teen that was able to, WOULD help every teen that needed help? It could be tutoring, it could be mentoring, maybe they need food, a smile or a backback for school. Every one of us lucky enough to have nice clothes to wear, could donate those stylish clothes, when were done with them, to some other teen who is lucky to have two shirts to their name. They just want to fit in, they want to survivie, they want a better life, and it is up to ALL OF US, to make it happen. To support them. It's not only going to make you feel good, but it is going to make the future of OUR world a better place. Think about it!
|Posted on March 21, 2014 at 2:27 PM||comments (893)|
|Posted on February 28, 2014 at 2:29 AM||comments (29)|
Thank you Olivia Fiero, Fox 5 and Fairway Chevrolet! The interview you did on Teens Helping Teens tonight was great and I have already had contact from a high school that has many homeless teens and really needs us! So I will contact them and do what I can. The cash price has really helped and I am SOOOO greatful that Fairway offered to help me with my website as I need a lot more capability to take it National and be able to reach teens across America! So excited. Thank you everyone.
|Posted on February 11, 2014 at 12:43 PM||comments (37)|
OMG, we handed out bags of hygiene products, food, and hand made scarves to kids right on the street. What an amazing feeling to look into the eyes of someone you are helping, to feel their gratitude and to show them you love them. They are NOT alone!
|Posted on January 3, 2014 at 3:38 PM||comments (56)|
What a great success our holiday projects were and we reached alot of teens. The needs come all year though and we already have hungry teens again. Keep the blanket making parties going and keep gathering the backpack foods so we can keep these kids healthy and warm. THANK YOU ALL!!!