Strangers Becoming Friends

In case you missed it….

http://www.sgvtribune.com/20130822/glendora-family-raising-funds-for-19-month-olds-third-heart-surgery

Carson’s story was printed in the San Gabriel Tribune today and was posted online as well.

We never want to be a charity case, or for people to feel sorry for us. We GET to be Carson’s parents, and we GET to walk though this journey with him. He has taught us so much and changed our lives in ways we could have never imagined and now he gets to touch even more lives. How awesome is that?!?!

Carson’s story is reaching people, complete strangers who just want to do anything to help. That . Is.Incredible.

Today I was contacted by Jacquie who is heavily involved in an organization called No Such Thing Theatre Arts. They put on productions and raise money to donate back to their community. No Such Thing has actually put together a performance in faith that they would find the perfect place to donate to. With only days before their performance the article in the news paper landed in their hands and they knew they wanted to help.

They are putting on a production called “Will Sing for Change.” It will be held, this Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 7:30 PM at Covina Bowl in the Pyramid Room, 1060 San Bernadino Rd. in Covina!! Tickets are only $8 at the door and I would love to see as many people there as possible!!!!!!!! Will Sing For Change

This is the flyer! Please feel free to copy it, share it, print it, and post it on every car you see!! Ok, I hate my car being flyer-ed too but it would seriously be awesome to pack that room to capacity.

Just a last minute reminder! We are having the car/motocycle wash tomorrow, Saturday August 24 at Lucky 7 Motor Sports in Rancho Cucamongo starting at 9:30am and going till we are done! THEN there will be a fundraiser at The Pizza Factory, also in Rancho Cucamonga, starting at 5:30pm. The owner has graciously offered to donate 20% of all profits to Carson.

AND

We will continue the fundraiser on Sunday, August 25 at Lucky 7 Motorsports with a Rummage Sale.

Now that that is done, is it too much to say thank you in every blog? I dont think I could ever thank everyone enough!! Thank you all who are helping us through this. From the bottom of my heart and the depth of my soul. THANK YOU!! You are all incredible!!

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