The Love For Kids charity (LFK) needs adult or high school-age volunteers as they host the largest Holiday Party in Texas for disadvantaged children! They'll need volunteers to help with carnival games, bounce houses, face painting, arts and crafts, horseback riding, basketball, hay rides, serving hot dogs and cold drinks, cleaning up, and lots more!
Would you like to help out at this heartwarming event? If so, then please go to http://LoveForKidsInc.org/events/Christmas-Party , fill out the Volunteer Signup form, sign the liability waiver, choose your preferred volunteer activity, and click on the link to the volunteer flyer for more information. Under "Organization / Company," type in either "RAK" or "Random Acts of Kindness." Then please also RSVP "Yes" on this RAK event page, but be sure that you've first registered on the LFK web site. Signing up only on this page is NOT sufficient. You must ALSO sign up directly with Love For Kids!
Volunteers will be offered coffee and donuts in the morning, and are invited to a volunteer appreciation lunch immediately after the event! Volunteers are not allowed to bring their children to this event unless they are 15 years of age or older and have individually signed up, on that same LFK Volunteer Signup page, to volunteer at the event. The Holiday Party will be held regardless of the weather.
I urge all Random Acts volunteers to write "RAK" at the bottom of your LFK name tags, so that we can more readily find one another. And after we've waved good-bye to the last of the many busloads of our guests of honor, before we go inside for the volunteer appreciation lunch, let's plan to have all RAK volunteers meet just in front of the walkway into the main building at the Circle R Ranch, for a group photo.
Come prepared to have a great time, to be moved by the appreciation of our young guests, and to feel proud of yourself for doing what you can to help fill a great need!
On behalf of Love For Kids, with warm regards and sincere thanks,
P.S. -- "I am only one, but I am still one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something. And because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do." -- Helen Keller