Color Creates a Brighter Futre, My Community

Bucks County Library Author Fair

Little Known Help Zone has such a fun event coming up on November 9th, the Bucks County Author Fair! We will be at Quakertown Library sharing Color Creates a Brighter Future with the local Bucks County community.

The event runs from 1-3pm at 401 West Mill Road. We will be there giving out book marks, sharing our mission for civic engagement, and selling copies of the book to raise money for our projects.

Stay tuned for more information, photos, and fun after the event, and we hope to see you there!

 

 

Fundraising

Soap Fundraiser with Oshunola Organics

Want to support LKHZ? We have an awesome new partnership with Oshunola Organics! For the next month, if you purchase this soap, $1.50 will be donated to our organization!

The soap smells like jasmine and gardenia and is fun, reminiscing our crayon box theme!

Let us know if you’ve purchased it to support a good cause!

Monthly Classroom Project

Pencil Donation from Created Kind Shop

Little Known Help Zone received the most exciting donation from Created Kind Shop, hundred of gorgeous pencils!

These pencils said “I Am Strong,” which is such a kind message to give to students. We were graciously donated 35 5 packs of these pencils, and the packs are perfect to donate during our monthly classroom project.

This was such an exciting contribution to our project, and we’re so excited to share the kiddos with their pencils.

 

Fundraising

Designer Necklace Raffle

Want to support Little Known Help Zone’s mini grant program? Now’s your chance, and you can win a handmade designer necklace in the process!
This $45 value necklace is up for grabs at $3 a ticket! Want to get yours? Venmo @makenna-lenover or send through Paypal @ vmaceroon@aol.com to purchase.

Raffle will be announced on July 22nd!

My Community

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.