Peer to peer support for homeless & at risk youth.
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|Posted on July 11, 2014 at 3:49 AM||comments ()|
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 August 13, 2013 at 4:24 AM||comments ()|
Tonight I was trying so hard to find resources for homeless teens in Kansas City, MO.. I could not find a single shelter or drop in loaction for urgent needs. I found stories about the 2000 teens sleeping on the streets each night there, I found people raising money for foundations, but I didn't find a PLACE, to connect our Missouri area teens that want to volunteer or donate, with. I will keep digging. Sad..
I was so impressed that Columbia, Mo, a small college town, had great resources for thier homelss youth, yet a huge city like Kansas City, not a one! Way to go Columbia!