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Day 84 GOOD Everyday West Virginia

Well, we rolled into West Virginia today. A Bing search produced results for an amazing organization known as Daymark.

According to their site:

For more than thirty-five years, DAYMARK has been serving youth and families within the Greater Kanawha Valley and all of West Virginia. DAYMARK was founded in 1974 by the Junior League, the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston, and the Kanawha County Commission. Although the agency has grown, its original mission has stayed the same: to advocate and provide services for at-risk youth and their families in the community.

One of their featured programs is Patchwork.

Patchwork is open all the time and anyone 11 – 18 can go there. You can call and talk to a counselor about how to get along better with your parents. Your parents can call and talk to a counselor about how to get along better with you. If you need a place to stay, you can stay there for up to fifteen days.

Nice work huh? I think so. The tour rolls on into Wisconsin tomorrow.


Day 53 Good Everyday Kentucky

The tour stop arrived in Kentucky today. I visited several websites looking for a way to give. Many did not have a way to donate online.


If ever given the opportunity to speak with NPO leaders. One of my first comments will be make it easy for people to give to your cause.

Most people will help (I’ve discovered) if it’s not complicated.

After more time than necessary researching landing me …… Continue Reading →


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