My friends and sister-in-law have been involved in a charity called Caring 4 Kids for quite some time. I had been there a few times to help out but, this week, they needed it. As you'll hear in the video, a local church donated 21,000 pounds of food. (You may want to increase the volume on the video as it drops a little in the middle.) It's amazing how much there was but more astounding is the work entailed to just organize the items. Funny, as I had mentioned the charity the day before in a Facebook post. I went with the wife to help sort for a few hours. It's a bit of a blur but I also took a day off of work to help with the bagging and today helped hand out the food to the kids.
It isn't often that I'm able to help but I found myself wanting to get the word out a bit more about what they do. So, here it is in a little video. If you'd like to help them out by 'liking' their page on Facebook, you can do so here. But, if you also happen to be in the Las Vegas/Henderson area and are looking for something positive to do for an hour or more on a Thursday around 6pm... call the people mentioned at the end of the video. That's when they bag a lot of the items. If you can imagine about 400+ bags being filled with 9 items or so and the assembly line that it takes to make it happen, you can understand why I mention it. But, I can see myself spending more time helping them out.