Peer to peer support for homeless & at risk youth.
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|Posted on April 8, 2017 at 7:08 PM||comments ()|
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 ()|
|Posted on August 2, 2015 at 2:14 PM||comments ()|
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 February 28, 2014 at 2:29 AM||comments ()|
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 ()|
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 December 3, 2013 at 12:46 PM||comments ()|
Brrrr. It's getting cold. I saw a homeless boy curled up under the freeway overpass the other day. It was the sloped type of wall and I don't know how he was balancing himself there and sleeping! He wore a tshirt and ragged jeans. I was cold inside of the car. There are over 7000 teens like him on our streets and temps are goint to hit 30's and 40's in the next few days. PLEASE consider donating your beanies, scarves, mittens, coats, or join our blanket making events. 2 yards of fleece is all you need, and a little heart.
|Posted on November 17, 2013 at 3:48 AM||comments ()|
OK, so The Shade Tree asked us to help them get teen gifts for the holidays. Just like I already knew, lots of doantions for the little kids but nobody thinks of teens when doing the toys for tots Christmas drive. This is why I stated Teens Helping Teens, they fall through the cracks so often. Help us out. Lotion sets, make up kits, hoodies, music, Anything you would love, so would these at risk teens. I bet even lots of stuff you don't want! You know those gifts you put away and want to regift? Where heres your chance, message me, Ill take all your regifting stock, or join me, and we will regift together!
Also, 2 yards of fleece, cut out 3 inch square from each corner, fringe the rest all the way around, about every 2 inches. Tie the fringe in knots, and give me a call! We want every teen in our state that gets taken by CPS workers, or comes into emergency shelters, or that we see huddled in the freeway overpass to get one! We need a lot, but they are easy, inexpensive and fun to make, so get making em!
|Posted on October 11, 2013 at 2:02 PM||comments ()|
So greatufl to Dr. Thalgott and his team. They have chosen Teens Helping Teens for their holiday drive and will be collecting foods and holiday gifts for teens, for our TEEN ANGEL TREE! So many great people in our state that want to help our most at risk kids. Its a good day!
|Posted on August 29, 2013 at 12:40 PM||comments ()|
So proud of my sis. Way to go Siena. 13 and co-founded Teens Helping Teens with me and cares so much. She works hard to help our teens and will NEVER take any credit! I have to remind her, the reason we go along with news stories and press is not for credit or praise, it is to spread the word and get more help. This is "our movement" Getting all teens to help teens in need. She hates publicity and I joke with her that she can be on the news with a paper bag on her head. She will be known as the UNKNOWN TEEN PHILANTHROPIST! haha. Love you sis. Great job doing your first ALONE drop at Rancho High School on the first day of school. Bringing loads of backpacks, supplies, food, hygeine kits and more. She didnt want to wait for me to be able to help her. She felt so sad thinking of the kids starting the first day of school without our donations there to greet them. SO..... She went without me on the very first day of school. Skipped lunch, fun with friends at her own school, etc. YOU ARE A ROLE MODEL, if you want the credit or not, I am giving it to you and hope many will follow your lead. xoxo