Sunday, December 20, 2009

Scribbles and Scrambles~More Fresh Air...or Maybe Sucking Air...

I've blogged about the Fresh Air Fund a couple of times. This organization exists to help city kids find fresh air and respite from some pretty tough neighborhoods.

If you are planning to be in NYC in March, and you like the idea of running a half-marathon...well then, keep on reading. If you just like the idea of helping kids who don't get a lot of old-fashioned Americana moments, keep reading as well.

Every year, The Fresh Air Fund gives thousands of inner-city children the priceless gift of fun – and opens the door to a lifetime of opportunities.

Whether its a two-week trip to the country to visit a volunteer host family, or a fun-filled and educational stay at one of our camps, our programs make for unforgettable memories – and open a world of new friendships and fresh possibilities.

  • Just $10 will send one child on a bus ride to his or her Friendly Town host family.

  • $24 provides a child with a week of swimming lessons.

  • $42 provides a day of Career Awareness classes.

  • A gift of $50 can fund a camp counselor for a day.

  • If you can give as much as $91, you provide a child at camp with meals for a week.

  • We are a not-for-profit agency and depend on tax-deductible donations from people like you to keep our vital programs flourishing.

    On March 21st, the Fresh Air Fund-Racers will take to the streets at the NYC Half-Marathon! Thank you to the Fresh Air Fund-Racers and their supporters for participating in this world class event. You are making a huge difference in the lives of thousands of Fresh Air children!

    We have limited availability for this amazing race. If you would like to run, please register here right away.