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Helping To Make a Difference

This is what I love to do the most. Sharing my good fortune with others is so rewarding and this month I was able to support some good people who are helping those often forgotten. The Anti-Recidivism Coalition in Southern California helps people coming out of prison to get their life back on track. They needcd two vans to transport residents to and from their housing programs where they provide support with education and career opportunities. I bought the vans and they are already in use:

Bromont Magnolia Vans

One of the life skills they teach at the housing programs is cooking and they needed new kitchen equipment. You know I was happy to provide that as well. Lots of it.

Kitchen Supplies2

Learning to cook will not only keep them healthy, it can also lead to a great career. I like to think that someone who was driven in these trucks and who learned to cook using these tools, will become a productive citizen with a good job, maybe as a cook, maybe even using my recipes!

4 Responses

  1. Sally Sandwith says:

    Great cause. Maybe if they get this start it will fill their hearts with love and careing. Give them a path in the right direction. Thank you, Sally

  2. Tara says:

    That’s amazing. You’re an incredible human πŸ™‚ Kindness is what makes the world shine.

  3. Sue says:

    Awesome! ! Positive reinforcement is just what they need to lead a better life. I love the dog programs that they have in jail for the prisoners. Cooking I’m sure will be a welcomed learning experience after years of prison food!! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

  4. Alissa says:

    Wonderful that you are doing this to help ex-prisoners! The lack of proper training and education on life skills is often what lands these people in jail. I believe a good portion, if not majority, of them are good people at heart and want to re-do their lives. This will contribute a lot to get them on their way. Thank you for doing your part to benefit humanity.πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

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