We made Halloween themed chocolates and decorated cupcakes.
We were so impressed with the creativity and talent the girls displayed!
We are raising money for these kiddos and hope to offer them a bit of normalcy.
We FINALLY got to see our girls today!
It has been 8 months since we were last able to see them.
They were so excited about the fall fun we had planned for them.
Candy, cornhole, giant Jenga, a cake walk, and more!
They just kept thanking us for coming.
One girl said that she had been in many different group homes,
and no one had ever done anything like this for her before.
Another girl who had been relocated to Elks during Covid
(and ￼had not actually met us yet) said she was so excited to say thank you to us in person
for all the drop offs and love we have shown from a distance over the last few months.￼
We are so thankful we were able to connect with them in person today.
Thank you to everyone who came and volunteered
or donated and helped make this possible!￼
Look at All the goodies!
The news for our chapter is that we don’t have a leader. We have women on the roster ready to volunteer, but no one to lead us. If you have ever contemplated where you fit in on the issue of child abuse, we encourage you to act now. The simplest solution is to join our chapter and add your name to the list of women ready to volunteer when the chapter is up and running! The more difficult solution is to go FIRST and contact us about establishing and leading this chapter.
Please watch this video and consider being the nut who brings the Chicktime movement to your area… and watch what happens to the radical love that will develop in your local community… one connection at a time.
Join our chapter by clicking the ‘subscribe’ button below and selecting our chapter from the drop down menu. You are welcome to fill out the web form multiple times if you want to join more than one chapter.
To explore Chicktime leadership, please click on the link to the left and read the free copy of our book, Chicktime. Pay special attention to chapters 4 & 5 to learn the nitty gritty of establishing a chapter and the responsibilities of the local leader. You may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information (but we prefer that you read our very short book first!)