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I didn't use any of the money that has been donated yet. Everything you see up there is stuff I got with my own money. I got 16 toys and spent $65. Not one thing there cost more than $5. Each thing cost between $2 to $5. I'm not saying it just to say it when I say every little bit helps. It's the truth. Even if you can only give a few dollars to something, it helps. In this case, that $3 will buy a toy for one little kid. Like I said last year, I know Christmas isn't about the toys but imagine being 6 and knowing other little kids are getting something while you're getting nothing? That sucks.
Even if you don't donate to my fundraiser, I encourage y'all to find a way to do some good. Even if it's giving some pocket change to the Salvation Army, giving some canned food to a food pantry, donating time somewhere, dropping a few dollars to a cause you'd rather donate to; I don't care what you do, just do something. I think the world would be a better place is people were more willing to help people in small ways.
There is still plenty of time to donate to my fundraiser. Just a few dollars helps and then I do all the work for you so you don't have to shop or deliver the toys to the drop location. And like I did last year, I'll be posting pictures of what I'm buying as I shop so y'all can see what your donations are buying. :)
Thank you to anyone that's posted on their blog, Tumblr, Twitter, etc about this. I appreciate it. If you've posted about it but I haven't seen it yet, let me know so I can add the link to your post about it to an upcoming post. Or if you plan to post about it, make sure you let me know as well. :) Thank you to the 9 people who have donated already. Y'all are wonderful. :) Aaand, thank you to anyone who donates time, money, resources, etc to help others in need.