Bridging the Gap in the Foster Care Community
A life box is for children in foster/kinship care that are graduating from high school or getting their GED and are entering the work force OR attending college. A life box is filled with items like towels, a cook book, cooking utensils, sheets, laundry basket or whatever that child is requesting or needing for the next chapter in their lives. These Life Boxes are specifically made up for that child and no two life boxes are ever just alike.
Check out these interviews with Foster Youth that have received a life box:
Interview with Angelica (life box recipient)...Angelica has $2,800 worth of medical bills from several different surgeries to correct her cleft lip and palate---will your help her start college debt free? GIVE now and let's pay this off for her😊😊 http://lotcarolinas.com/donate
Posted by Least of These Carolinas on Tuesday, August 1, 2017