Project Warm 4 Kids

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Project Warm 4 Kids... 

Let's keep hearts warm this winter! With deep budget cuts across Illinois, kids living without any family really need our help to make it through the winter!!!

WarmDrive Oct. 14 - Jan. 30

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 Kids across Illinois need items to keep them warm

especially those living in

foster institutions.

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Project Warm Wish List:

Fast Food Gift Cards help kids get off the street at night, eat with dignity, and warm up even it's just for a little while!

  • Pillow $10

  • PJ's & Slippers $25

  • Flannel Sheets $20

  • Blanket Set $50

  • Stuffed Animal $15

  • Cocoa in a Cup $10

  • Fun Activity $15

  • A Gift Card $25-$50

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Thank you!

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Thank you for delivering Project Warm Necessities Nov.1 - Dec. 15th to:

 FAH4K, 400 E Illinois, Lake Forest, Illinois 60045 

 If you don't have time to shop, please donate online: www.fillahear4kids.org

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Thank you is not enough to express our gratitude for your donations and your time! 

Your support means everything to these children!

Thank you letter from a foster child to Fill a Heart 4 Kids!

On an average day in America there are 120,000* children living in group homes or institutions. The majority of these kids are never adopted, but most of these children finally feel safe  ----  after experiencing abuse, neglect or abandonment in their parent's home or foster homes.  The dedicated people who work in children's homes need our help.  They want to do more to help these precious children feel loved and experience a fresh start.

​​1.3 million homeless youths are struggling to survive without the support of any family. Homeless and Runaway Youth, National Conference of State

  Legislatures, 14 Apr. 2016. Web. *Chicago is one of the Leading Cities in human trafficking, Illinois Issues, Publication of the University of Illinois Springfield 

When communities help at-risk children it gives them hope and it inspires them to grow, learn, and become productive citizens.