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The Raise Foundation's Blog Posts Tagged 'caring for kids' (2)

How Our Friends Have Helped

Thanks to the generous donations from members of our community, Caring for Kids has been able to help a mother who is a survivor of domestic violence. She has left her soon to be ex-husband and is going to court for custody of her two children. In order to escape the violence and stress of an abusive relationship, she moved and required basic needs items for her new home. Caring for Kids was able to provide her with towels, sheets, hygiene products, kitchen items, and area rugs to furnish…

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Added by The Raise Foundation on September 25, 2012 at 10:09pm — No Comments

Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

Last year our Caring for Kids Community fed over 5,000 of Orange County’s families and children. Will you help us to surpass that number this year? Check out our blog for more details.…

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Added by The Raise Foundation on September 8, 2012 at 3:56am — No Comments

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