The Sandall Family donated to Shine a Light in honor of Emily and her work with marginalized children around the world to better their lives.
“Shine a Light works for social change for kids around Latin America.With the help of a video camera and Shine a Light as a bridge, local people can make democracy work.” Kurt Shaw, Executive Director
Emily had volunteered a couple times at a boys shelter in Mexico organized by Shine a Light.
We wish Shine a Light much success with their current and future projects to improve the lives of marginalized children in Latin America.
In honor of Emily on the 13th year, The Sandall Family will donate 13 Nepali wool hats to the Giving Circle for 13 students to keep warm this
These children, identified as unaccompanied homeless teenagers, do not live with a parent or guardian but are enrolled in the Bellingham School District. Due to their age and because they have no parent or guardian, they are not eligible for many community services.
The Bellingham Giving Circle is a local non-profit with a mission to support the needs of these homeless kids in order for them to stay in school.
Wouldn’t Emily love this idea?!
In honor of Emily’s birthday, on July 13th, the Sandall family is donating two Grey Owl Scout canoe paddles to YMCA Camp Menogyn.Wouldn’t Emily love that?!