Waiting On The World To Change
Posted by Catherine Morgan on January 30, 2007
If you saw the 20/20 program, “waiting on the world to change” that addressed the issues of the impoverished children of Camden, New Jersey, you might be wondering if there is something you can do to help. Well, there are needy children in every school, and we all can do little things to make a big difference in their lives.
One suggestion I have, is to organize a “school supply drive” at your local public school. By this I mean, collect pencils, notebooks, book bags, and other needed school supplies, to be donated to the less fortunate children of the school. Usually the school counselor will know who these children are, and be able to distribute any donated supplies.
This is something little, that even one person can pull together, and make a big difference in their local community. If you have other ideas, I would love for you to post them here. I think so many of us want to help, but just aren’t sure how.
What ideas do you have? What ways have you helped? Let’s start a list of all the ways we can make a difference in a child’s life. Even the smallest thing, is a step in the right direction.
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