Young Philanthropists: An Inspiration
On my way out of school one day, Dylan, a 4th grader from Providence, shyly handed me a big spaghetti sauce jar full of pennies and whispered to me that I should use it "for the homeless animals."
Later that same week, Nathaniel, another 4th grader, stuffed a plastic bag into my hand. Inside was seventeen cents. He told me to "give it to a dog like Couscous."
These two kids gave all they had in the world to support animals in need.
Through Tails To Teach, these young kids became philanthropists! They proudly became part of the solution. And each of their heartfelt donations was equal in value and meaning to us. Let these kids be your inspiration to make a generous gift to Tails To Teach today! Give what you can!
Founder and Director
Tails To Teach Annual Fund
The need for a program that helps kids develop kindness, compassion and empathy has never been greater.
In order to continue to provide Tails To Teach programs at no cost to RI's urban schools,
WE NEED YOUR HELP! This year, we need to raise $180,000 to fully fund Tails To Teach.
For our first three years, TTT was largely funded by generous grants from The Rhode Island Foundation and self-funded by our TTT Founder and Director. The program has now tripled in size and we've hired a Program Director - and this year, we plan to add more TTT teams made up of volunteers and their K-9 partners so that every Providence student can benefit from Tails To Teach.
Won't you help us reach our 2014 fundraising goal of $180,000 by making a generous , tax-deductable donation to Tails To Teach today? It's easy! Just click the link!