Our Youngest Fundraisers Are At It Again!

Emily, Ethan & Sophia are determined to help feed the hungry (Photo by M. Pfeiffer)

Every year, the graduating pre-school students at With Care Child Care have to complete a public service project. Last year, 5-year old Phoebe decided to recycle soda cans and donate the money to the San Francisco Food Bank. Not only did she beat her goal of raising $1,000 – the story of her “really, really big” goal spread over the internet, and Phoebe ended up raising $20,000!

This year’s graduating class is at it again, writing letters and smashing cans. Emily, Ethan and Sophia haven’t set a monetary goal, but they do have a personal goal: to learn to work together. Here’s the letter they sent out asking for help:

If you’d like to help Emily, Ethan and Sophia fill their “big money jar” or add to the stash of cans they’re recycling for 5 cents apiece, please contact their teacher, Kathleen, at 415-550-7527. Or, you can make a donation on our website, using this special link. We’ll be sure that Emily, Ethan and Sophia get credit for your generous support of their cause!

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3 Responses

  1. These kids are a great inspiration. This program at With Care is a great inspiration teaching children to give back to their community and learning the difference they can make with such simple efforts! Way to go Kathleen and the students at With Care!

  2. […] Top $1,600! Posted on June 2, 2010 by sffoodbank For their pre-school graduation project, Emily, Ethan and Sophia are recycling cans and collecting donations for the San Francisco Food Bank. So far, they’ve managed to raise an amazing $1,6.17.85 […]

  3. What a fantastic story! I love the letters they sent out.

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