I recently took the plunge and joined Twitter. I can’t say I’m a huge fan and the majority of my “tweets” will just be my blog posts, but hey, it’s free advertising, right?
That being said, it’s time to bump the Kathi Cares Program again. For those of you who may be new to this blog or why I even started it, you can read more about it here.
This coming June 12th, will mark the fifth anniversary when my younger sister lost her battle to breast cancer; she was only 37 years old. In remembering her, the Program speaks to her generosity, caring and willingness to help others.
While a few people have graciously made donations, I am primarily funding this project myself. The goal is to become a non-profit, so I can ask for donations and those who donate will be able to have a tax write-off. I am content helping one or two people at a time.
I would ask that if you have Facebook, you take a moment to look at the Kathi Cares Program page and see what it’s about. If you read or see anything there that moves you, I simply ask that you share the page (or this post) so others might also benefit.
While it’s currently set up to be a local program in Northern California, the goal, one day, is to become nationwide. I know my sister would approve and if she were still here, she’d be right here with me helping this program grow.