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LKHZ’s New Initiative

When Little Known Help Zone was started, it sprang from injustice, compassion, and passion. A 14 year old girl with the drive to make a difference. Something that I always heard when I was younger was “more young kids need to do things like this.” I spoke about it too. Organizations would bring me in as a nonprofit founder and I would be this teenage figure that should inspire others.

I’m 22 now, and while my big campaigns have filled me with joy, I’m starting graduate school and a job, and I don’t have 3 hours to drive into Philly traffic and donate pencils. Instead, I want to take Little Known Help Zone to a new level, supporting kids and their service projects.

I want to sustain the way I felt and inspire others.

This will be done through Color Creates a Brighter Future, my children’s coloring book that teaches kids how to recognize inequality and make a difference in their world.

LKHZ will be reading the book different places, giving children bookmarks that are a guide to starting their own service projects, and hosting a bi-yearly grant contest to support service initiatives!

We’re excited for this new initiative, as all great things evolve to shine light in the world, LKHZ has too.

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Fundraising

New Etsy Item- Yellow Bracelet

Want something bright, summery, and fun for summer while supporting a good cause?

Check out this new beaded yellow bracelet on the Etsy shop, with a statement ceramic bead that ties everything together.

As always, all the profits from this jewelry support LKHZ’s mission!il_794xN.1935954567_j3wq.jpg

Monthly Classroom Project

Monthly Classroom Project: South Philadelphia High School

This week, Little Known Help Zone was thrilled to visit another school for the monthly classroom project in Philadelphia, the South Philadelphia High School.

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Located on Broad Street, this school is beautiful and noticeable with the gorgeous murals outside. They are diverse, bright, and inviting. Once inside, there are still more murals and art pieces decorating the halls.

I donated art supplies to the art teacher, as well as a ton of classroom and plant supplies to the ecology teacher.

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I also got to see some of the school and learn about their student body. What used to be one of the largest high schools in Philadelphia now has 600 students, 50% as ESL students and Special Ed students.

Thank you to Janelle for arranging this!

Fundraising

New Etsy Item: Pearl Bracelet

A new item was just listed to the Etsy shop for fundraising!

This gorgeous pearl bracelet, available here, is dainty, classic, and timeless, a perfect addition to your jewelry collection.

The best part, all proceeds go to Little Known Help Zone!

Monthly Classroom Project

Monthly Classroom Project Visit: South Philly High School

Announcement!

Our next school supplies visit will be in the beginning of May to donate to two classrooms at the South Philadelphia High School.

These are two brand new teachers, one an environmental science teacher, and one an art teacher.

We are donating gardening supplies, classroom supplies, and a huge art drying rack!

Stay tuned for photos!

Monthly Classroom Project

Ludlow School Classroom Visit

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Yesterday, Little Known Help Zone donated to three classrooms at Ludlow Elementary school in Philadelphia!

We donated to a 2nd grade classroom, 5th grade classroom, and 7th grade classroom, giving 80 students the gift of school supplies for the end of the semester!

This included cleaning supplies, notebooks, paper, paints, puzzles, and more essential needs for the classroom!

Thank you to Ludlow for hosting me, and we were so happy to donate to your school!