Creekside kids trying to save Columbia orphans
There are kids in Columbia who have to grow up fast. People are out to kill them because they don't have homes. There are up to 12,000 kids living on the street and they have to sniff glue out of paper bags to stay up all night so they are not killed by the police or random strangers.
Our Social Responsibility class at Creekside High School is raising $750 to open an orphanage with the Streams of Mercy organization. We are doing this because it is not OK how these kids are living. The orphanage will provide food, clothes and shelter and hopefully inspire others to help. We have so far raised $75 and are planning a penny drive and carwash to reach our goal by the end of the semester.
Please contact our teacher Walt Williams at Creekside High School (933-4046) if you have any questions or would like to help.
Students at Creekside High School