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Why “Let Kids Be Kids”?
Because of the COVID 19 Pandemic, we have had to change our focus and how we manage outreach to various communities.
In Australia, Mr. Graham focuses on mitigating the devastating damage brought on by the horrendous fires throughout the country.
Our work with the American Cancer Society had to be suspended because we could no longer drive patients to their doctor appointments.
We have increased supporting and volunteering with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society with telephone outreach to patients. We are also supporting their Advocacy work to educate and persuade elected officials towards greater health care support.
I have taken the time offered me during COVID to write several books. “Listen, Listen to My Heart’s Song,” “Atreus’s View from a Tent,” and “Friends” will share net profits with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the American Cancer Society, and the Woodland Park Zoo for their Conservation programs.
Years ago we worked primarily with young people orchestrating their involvement in various community projects. Those projects ranged from kids doing community outreach from their schools to kids working with us on rebuilding their devastated, or challenged, communities.
Several of their stories are included in “Listen, Listen to My Heart’s Song.”
We assisted with human survival and environmental threats in Ache, post Katrina Mississippi, Queensland, Viet Nam, Kurdistan and East Timor.
Our focus has slightly changed but our mantra “Let Kids Be Kids” underscores the freedom, creativity, purity, and potential that exists in all people.
We hope that by truly honoring those attributes, in all people, we can help make a better world.
At Let Kids Be Kids Inc. we reach out to those, including our animal community, who are looking for assistance with making their lives slightly better. Various pages and links will fully illuminate our work as we strive towards living up to our hope for all of us.