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Can you remember me telling you about ChampionsForKids
before?? They have SIMPLE easy projects that you can do in your community, to help children in YOUR community. Well, it’s time for us to do our Simple project with Energizer.
All you do is download the “project card“. Here, you’ll not only read about WHY this project is important, but you’ll get easy directions on how YOU can make a difference in your community. For instance, did you know:
- Dangerous weather events cause hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries every year in children.
- 70% of weather outages in the US are weather related
- The Center of Disease Control recommends having a kit ready in preparation for any emergency that may arise.
I decided to go on a shopping trip to Walmart and get the goodies needed to make winter survival kits for the children in Isaac’s class (remember, he goes to the school for disabled children.)
I can’t believe I was able to find these CUTE Energizer Toy Story Flashlights!!!
- first aid kids
- antibacterial wipes
- snacks (for the kids and parents)
- Energizer batteries
- winter hat
- winter gloves
When I got home and took all my loot out….HOLY COW!! I am SO excited about making these kits and being able to donate them to kids in need.
It didn’t take long at all to stuff these cute little reusable lunch bags with all the items necessary for a Simple Winter Kit!!!
These bags are going to Room 17 at Picollo School in Reno, NV. This school is for pre-K kids to 21 year old disabled children. Not only do these children have disabilities, but many are from homes that could use a little extra help. It humbles my heart to part of this ChampionForKids
campaign with Energizer
where I can help these UBER special kiddos prepare for a winter emergency. Mrs. Barb, the teacher for Room 17, was SO excited to see these kits. This school is always appreciative of any donation they can get for their kiddos….and I was excited to be able to donate these bags!
(I didn’t have permission from all the parents to take pictures of the kids…just know that they are indeed grateful and appreciative.)
I can’t wait to see if you choose to make winter survival kits for an organization in your community. If you do, please send me pictures to share!!!
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias.
#CBias All opinions and photos are all my own.