Raising Little Heroes:  March Newsletter
Project C.U.R.E./Kits for Kids

Our February 25th event could not have been more of a success.  Our goal was to fill 50 kits for Project C.U.R.E. and to raise $250 to help with shipping costs.  With the help of many RLH friends far and wide as well as the amazing RLH families who contributed, we were able to actually surpass both goals:  We filled 53 kits and raised $350 dollars for Project C.U.R.E.!  Special thanks to local gaming company, Backflip Studios for their generous donation and to RLH moms Jessica Zeldner, Katie Volkmar, Amanda Murphy and Lesley Switendick for stepping up to the plate and helping to organize and plan the event.  Thanks to all who participated--I think everyone involved would agree that we should do this project again in the future.  For a more detailed description of the experience, see my blog post and pictures on the RLH website:  http://raisinglittleheroes.wordpress.com/blog/
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Our most recent event could not have been pulled off so successfully if it hadn't been for the incredible RLH parents who volunteered to help me organize/plan/implement.  If you would like to help me with any of our future projects, please let me know.   I am also interested in talking with people who may be interested in being part of our Advisory Board (minimum 6 month commitment) as well as someone who would like to oversee our Animal Projects and Human Projects (also a 6 month commitments).  For more information about any of these opportunities, please email Raising Little Heroes: raisinglittleheroes@yahoo.com

March 16th, 10am

Our next project will be our first official day at our adopted Wonderland Park.  Come join us to get an overview of how we can take care of our park year round.  We will be installing our "This park has been adopted by Raising Little Heroes" and if the weather cooperates, we can even roll up our sleeves and get started.  In addition, we have a rare opportunity to help a South African organization called "The Unlimited Child" with the invaluable work that they do there.  For more detailed information, please see our "Current Project Specifics" Page on the website: http://raisinglittleheroes.wordpress.com/current-project-specifics/

More opportunities to help Project C.U.R.E.

Camp Oonie Koonie Cha will be holding a fun kid's concert to benefit Project C.U.R.E.  The concert is on March 16th at 4pm at Mountain View Methodist Church, 255 Ponca Place in Boulder.  Tickets are $10/person but you can donate more than that if you wish.  Proceeds will go toward helping Project C.U.R.E. send out more Kits for Kids that are currently sitting in the warehouse waiting to find a home. 

I have also started a Fundly campaign to help Project C.U.R.E. gather more much needed donations to get these kits moving along to people who need them.  Please  consider checking out my campaign page and making a donation:  http://projectcure.fundly.com/sarah-stith-kitsforkids?fb_action_ids=10200355951793704&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582

April Projects

In addition to a bigger "Spring Cleanup Day" at Wonderland Park, we will be traveling up to Greeley to help with the Special Olympics of Colorado's Weld County school day athletics track meet on April 25th.  I know it's a drive, but I am anticipating a memorable experience for anyone who is able to go.  Keep it in mind and please consider making the trek up to share in this experience with us and to cheer on the athletes!
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