19, on November 19th, 2019💫 Thank you God for another year and to my friends and family for making life so special💖
It would mean the world if you could join me in celebrating my 19th birthday by donating/gifting to a charity I’m very passionate about! @charitywater is making change and bringing clean water to everyone around the world! No donation is too small or too big as my goal is to provide an entire community with access to clean water in 2020! Swipe to hear all the details, and link is in my bio to help💖
Here’s tiny Wils on Christmas Day 1997, looking rather happy with all the presents under the tree! I was so lucky to receive such wonderful gifts every year during my childhood, but sadly there are many kids around the world who aren’t given that luxury. ⠀
This Christmas you can help by buying a Smiles gift for your loved one through @worldvisionnz. ⠀
It’s quite simple ... you buy things like garden tools, cows, a vege garden, or a beehive that’ll be donated in their name to children and families in need all over the world. Back home your special someone will then receive a specially designed @karenwalker Christmas card. 🎄🎄
It’s a pretty worthy cause, and a great way to make a life changing difference for those in need. Head over to www.worldvision.org.nz/smiles to check it out.
Spent the day in #Paterson, NJ today. If you didn't already know, @nyc_relief has expanded with a weekly outreach in Paterson, NJ and we are looking for ways that we can go deeper and wider to address #homelessness. #moretocome#outreach#poverty
Waiting at the Beautiful Gate⠀
Jesus has left his church work to do in this world. They are waiting for us at the Beautiful Gate. We are their miracle.⠀
Want to #ReadMore? Follow link in bio to main page and search Waiting at the Beautiful Gate.⠀
#ThePoor #Poverty#ChurchWork#Charity#Faith #GodHelpTheOutcasts⠀
Work We Love, People We Appreciate!
Featured this week: Kellee Kemp
Kellee Kemp, LMFT is committed to empowering marginalized communities of color. This desire has taken her internationally to support various humanitarian projects in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, and India. Locally, she has worked closely with organizations addressing literacy, poverty, and mental health disparities in Watts, Compton, Boyle Heights, South Los Angeles, and Long Beach. Kellee’s specialization in art therapy and trauma-informed care supports the mission of the Yetunde Price Resource Center @yprcla in Compton, where she serves as Director. She is dedicated to bringing relevant culturally attuned programming to the center, addressing mental health, wellness, financial, physical and spiritual well-being.
From Repair Director Beth Ribet: "Kellee is such a vibrant and healing presence. Art therapy is so needed in communities dealing with too much trauma and loss, and it's such a great fit that she's bringing those resources to Compton, through the Yetunde Price Resource Center!" #arttherapy#arts#trauma#traumainformed#compton#healing#community#womenleaders#Blackwomenleaders#poverty#picoftheday#wellbeing#humanitarian#losangeles