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All 4 The Kids raises enough to dig a well in Africa

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April 09, 2010 1:38 PM

All4TheKids.org had its second annual “Night of Giving” to raise money and awareness for Drop in The Bucket, which builds water wells for children in Africa.

All4thekids is a grass roots, all volunteer, boutique charity who’s mission is to bring awareness and funds to different causes each and every year.

Mike Reilly, the founder says, “The key is to bring awareness to the cause and then continue the process by reporting back with where their money went and who it helped and how they were impacted. If we actually see the smiles of the children we are helping it will keep us going and know that it is worth it.”

The cause each year is chosen by the supporters of All4thekids.org through a crowd sourcing model where supporters vote through email, Facebook, YouTube etc.

We would love to hear you input for next years initiative.

 The “Night of Giving” featured 3 bands, great food, photo booth, art show, casino tables, and a presentation by the founder of Drop in the Bucket, John Travis.

John spoke about the stories of his travels and changes he has seen due to clean water being accessible to children. The event was able to raise about $10,000 and through this fundraising we will be able to build an entire well at a local school in Africa.

To keep abreast of what is going on at All4thekids join our Facebook page of check in on our website.

 


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