On the morning of October 28th, I'll be putting on my hiking boots and the SPF 50 to raise funds for AHA while honoring Nancy. I'll be there bright and early because I love this program. It has an incredibly effective way of addressing the apathy, despair, and hate-based behavior that debilitates so many young people.At the same time AHA's activities encourage strong academic skills, and are aimed at empowering leaders.
I've had the privilege and pleasure of working directly with participants. I know first hand, the transformations AHA has made in many lives, for the past 17 years, serving 2500 youth at Dos Pueblos, San Marcos, Carpinteria, La Cuesta, and SB Jr. and SB High School.
If you’d like to help this amazing organization thrive – without putting on the boots and sunscreen - would you please consider pitching in to help me make it to my goal of a $1000 contribution!!! Easy, tax-deductible, and you’ll know that you’re part of an effort that makes direct, long-lasting improvements in the lives of 2,500 young men and women.What a deal!
From the souls of my boots, to the bottom of my heart, THANKS!