How Can I Make a Difference?
Rainbow Days helps children and youth in adversity build coping skills and resilience to create positive futures by providing the skills and support children need to make healthy choices, stay drug-free and believe in their purpose. Your financial gift of support to Rainbow Days makes a lasting difference in the lives of children we serve. You can rest assured that your gift will make a lasting impact because nearly 80 cents of every dollar goes directly toward funding programs.
What your gift will do:
$25 – School Uniform
Give the gift of self-esteem by providing a homeless child with a new school uniform
$60 – Backpack
Give the gift of education by purchasing a backpack filled with school supplies and hope for the school year
$100 – Family Outing
Provide an opportunity for a homeless child along with his/her parents to have a healthy, educational and recreational outing away from the shelter
$150 – Classroom-Based Education
Cover the expenses for one child to participate in an eight-week, classroom-based educational program where local elementary school children learn about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use as well as how to resist negative peer pressure
$250 – Curriculum-Based Support Group (CBSG®) Program
Give a child the opportunity to participate in a 10-week Curriculum-Based Support Group where he or she will learn how to resist negative peer pressure, cope with difficult situations and make healthy choices
$300 – Summer Day Camp
Provide an opportunity for a child to attend one of three special week long summer day camps: Kids’ University, Camp Bravo! or Outdoor Adventure Camp
$1,000 – Event Supplies
Purchase supplies for over 300 homeless children during one of our annual family outings
$2,000 and Up – Pot of Gold Luncheon Sponsor
Give the gift of advocacy by becoming a sponsor at our annual Pot of Gold Luncheon where you can bring your friends and family to learn more about Rainbow Days
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