#GivingTuesday | Help Send Jason to Washington DC

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Happy #GivingTuesday to you all! The fact of the matter is that year round you all open up your hearts to our kids and support them in anyway you can.  It is only with your generosity our kids get to participate in activities or have urgent needs met when they come into care.

We have a specific request today and it is one of our bigger wishes to fulfill.  We hope you can help!

Jason is 13 years old and has been in foster care for two years. He lives in the same home as his younger brother and has always excelled while being in care.  Jason has the opportunity to attend Washington DC next Spring on a class trip.  He is such an amazing kid, taking advanced classes and maintaining a spot on Honor Roll.  He takes his studies seriously and loves history. He also loves to play basketball, an opportunity you helped to provide last year!

This trip will mean so much to Jason, will you help us send him there?  His caseworker has gotten a reduction on the cost from the company coordinating the trip and his foster parents are helping too.  However, we still have $600 to raise to send Jason to DC!  Any amount YOU can donate today to help Jason will get him one step closer to his goal.  Donate easily online by clicking here.  Remember 100% of your donation will help fund his trip.

Checks can also be mailed to our Dayton office: 1785 Big Hill Rd. Dayton, OH 45439

Not only will Jason get to experience the wonder of our nation’s capitol, but he will create a life long memory. He will learn to leave the comfort of his foster home and be independent among his peers. He will get to share time with friends, he will experience the world of traveling. The truth is a class trip opens up a portal to life experiences.

We hope you will join us this #GivingTuesday and help Jason!

Questions?  Contact Ashley Pester, Development Director, at apester@choicesfostercare.com or (513) 659-8202.

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