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Students 39

Students 39 are brothers and want to play soccer again this year with WYSA! Their mom says it brings the 7 and 9-year-old boys so much joy because they love to play with their dad and want to be like CR7 and Messi their favorite players! Their parents earn under 150% of the federal poverty limit and also care for a disabled child. WGN helped with $230.00 for their registration fees

Thank you for your donations!

Student 38

Student 38 is a 6-year-old girl, and she’s excited about Blue Hole Nature camp. She loves to be outdoors exploring and can’t wait to be in the water learning about Cypress Creek! Her parent’s income is just over 150% of the federal poverty limit. Her dad is a disabled vet and has had some large out-of-pocket medical expenses this year. Because of your donations, WGN helped with $250 towards camp, while the family covered the deposit.

Thank you for your donations to Wimberley Good Neighbor!

Students 37

Students 37 are brothers who are 9 and 13-years-old and want to attend Blue Hole Nature camp. Both of them love being outside and in the dirt looking for bugs! The older boy enjoys teaching other kids and is excited about Counselor in Training. Their parents are struggling this year to cover all their household bills since dad didn’t get paid for a large job and now are earning at 150% of the federal poverty level. WGN helped with $200 for the younger son’s Nature Camp and $100 for the older boy’s camp training.

Thank you for your donations to WGN to help Wimberley families

Student 36

Student 36 is a 9-year-old girl who loves acting and going to see plays. She is thrilled to go to EmilyAnn Theatre Summer Camp. She’s also excited about John Knox Camp since it’s an overnight and an adventure. She’ll be with her aunt for part of the summer, but mom is a full-time Wimberley housecleaner, earning under 150% of the federal poverty level and needs help to keep her daughter busy in a productive way. Wimberley Good Neighbor helped with $125 for EmilyAnn Camp and $70 towards John Knox camp where she also got a scholarship.

Thank you for your donations to help Wimberley neighbors!

Student 35

Student 35 is a 7-year-old girl and loves horses. She is dreaming about going to Sunny Fox Farm horse camp with her friend. Her mom lost her job after a surgery didn’t work and is trying to get on disability. The family has reduced all their household costs even cutting out television, but hoping to help their daughter go to camp. Wimberley Good Neighbor gave $250 towards a week of camp, and they received an additional scholarship from the camp for their daughter.

Thank you for your donations to Wimberley Good Neighbor!

Student 34

Student 34 is 12-years-old and hopes to go to the Boy Scouts summer camp in New Mexico this June. His mother is divorced and works full-time, but they’ve had some unexpected medical hurdles with high medical expenses this last year and can’t afford camp. WGN helped this family with $250 towards their camp fee.

Thank you! Your donations to WGN help our neighbors!

Student 33

Student 33 is 12-years old and loves being a Boy Scout. His favorite activities are camping out, kayaking, and service to others. His goal is to be an Eagle Scout, and he’s excited about summer camp at Gorham Scout Ranch in Chimayo, New Mexico this summer. His father’s disabled and can’t afford the camp fee, earning under 150% of the federal poverty level. He says his son is a really good kid, and loves helping others, and he hopes his son will be able to have this experience. WGN helped with $250 towards the camp fee.

Thank you for your support to help Wimberley families!

Student 32

Student 32 is 10-years-old, and he loves playing soccer, painting and learning about other cultures. He has never been able to go to camp because his family only earns enough to cover their bills. His divorced mom is a cleaner for local vacation rentals and earns under the 150% federal poverty limit. WGN helped him with 2 weeks of camp for $250. He is very excited for camp at Wimberley Parks & Rec Wimberley Summer Camp – he will play sports and learn about other cultures, while making new friends.

Your donations to Wimberley Good Neighbor help the underserved members of our community!

Student 31

Student 31 is a 2-year-old boy who needs a learning center daycare so his mother can get back to work. His mother is divorced without child support. She’s been supported by a relative who is going through a temporary financial crisis. Wimberley Good Neighbor helped mom with the daycare registration fee. All daycare facilities in Wimberley are full with long waiting lists, and this mom found Dolly’s Play School in Dripping Springs through the Texas Workforce Commission. If you’d like to help this family, please call or text 512-648-4400.

Thank you for your donations to Wimberley Good Neighbor

Student 30

Student 30 is a 7-year-old boy who loves building with clay, painting and science experiments. His mom asked for help to send him for a week of summer camp at Live Oak Leadership Academy in Dripping Springs, where he’ll have have fun and develop new skills with engineering activities, science experiments, construction, and art. His mom is a divorced area teacher without child support and earns at 150% of the federal poverty level. WGN helped her with $250 for the week, and LOLA gave her a camp scholarship.

Thank you for your donations to Wimberley Good Neighbor to help local families

Student 29

Student 29 is 12-years-old and enjoys his school activity, but doesn’t fit in with his class because his family can’t afford to pay for his uniform. His father is disabled and earns under 150% of the federal poverty level. Thank you for your donations so that WGN could buy this boy a new shirt, pants, shoes and socks!

Thank you! With your donations, WGN was able to help this family

Student 28

Student 28 is 9-years-old, and he learned to swim at the YMCA Sports Mini-Camp last summer. Now he loves swimming and hopes to go again this summer. His mom is divorced and earns at 150% of the federal poverty level working full-time in a doctor’s office. She is having a hard time keeping up with bills, making ends meet. The YMCA helped with partial scholarship, and WGN helped with $250 for the 8-week long summer camp. She asked us to thank the WGN Summer Camp sponsors for helping her son go to camp!

Thank you! With your donations, WGN was able to help this family

Students 27

Students 27 are two sisters who have been playing softball for several years and love the sport. This year, their parents couldn’t afford the WYSA fees. Their mother and father work full-time and earn 150% of the federal poverty level. And  are making family sacrifices to keep their kids life stable. To reach their budget, the mom switched jobs that requires longer hours and is more stressful for the family. WGN helped with $260.00 for this season. If you’d like to help this family, please contact WGN @ 512-648-4400

Thank you! With your donations, WGN was able to help this family

Students 26

STUDENTS 26 are brother and sister and a year apart in age. They can’t wait for summer camp to play and make new friends at the Wimberley Parks & Rec Summer Camp! Their dad is a repair technician and mom works full-time at an area doctor’s office. They earn at 150% of the federal poverty level and don’t have family, or extra income, needing a 7-week camp for their kids to hold down their jobs over the summer. The camp costs $150/child/week. Because of your donations, WGN helped them with $400. The parents made a $350 deposit. If you’d like to help this family with more of their summer camp costs, please donate here.

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Wimberley Good Neighbor

February 16, 2024

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STUDENT 25

Student #25 is a 16-year-old WISD student who loves anything outdoors and often goes out fishing on his own. He’s an only child, and his single mom works in the service industry in Wimberley earning at 150% of the federal poverty limit. He’s excited to go to the John Knox adventure camp, and camp for the first time, where he’ll be sleeping out every night in a hammock under the stars. His mom contributed $50 towards camp and received a scholarship from the John Knox Ranch and from WGN.

Thank you! With your donations, WGN was able to help this family

Student 24

Student 24 is a 7-year-old boy who loved going to Camp CommUnity last summer.  He’s a sensitive, gentle boy who hopes to go again this summer. His mom said he couldn’t stop talking about the fun he was having and different activities they did. He seemed more assured, confident and happy on camp days. His single mom, who was in a bad car wreck, can’t afford to send him to camp, and she’s worried that he gets lonely and withdrawn when he spends time at home in front of the TV. WGN covered $175 for one week of camp and the mom hopes she can send him for more weeks.

If you would like to help this boy with more weeks of camp, please donate!
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Student 24 Donations

Thank you for helping this boy with summer camp! The fundraiser was originally $525.00 maximum for 3-weeks of camp. The mom contributed $75.00, reducing the goal to $450.00.  She is so appreciative for the community help for her son!

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Anonymous

February 7, 2024

Amount Donated
$102.35
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Anonymous

February 5, 2024

Amount Donated
$178.88
WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

February 4, 2024

Amount Donated
$175.00

Students 23

Students 23 are 10 and 7-year-old sisters who love playing all sports, but especially basketball. They cancelled their other sports activities to save money, but hope to keep playing WYSA basketball for the 2023/2024 season. Their parents work full-time, and earn at 150% of the federal poverty limit because their mother took a significant pay cut this year at a new job to be able to have more time with her children. Thank you for your donations to WGN that covered the $225 registration fee for the girls basketball.

Students 22

Students 22 are 9 and 6-year-old brothers who love taking the Acroninja class at Twisted Motion. They love the agility training and exciting acrobatic tricks. Their mom likes that they learning how to safely fall and roll and has noticed that it has boosted their confidence  with other daily things. The family earns just over the 150% poverty limit but has had unexpected medical bills and car repairs over the last few months and can’t afford to continue the class for their sons. With your donations and Twisted Motion scholarship, WGN paid $274.00 for September and October. If you would like to help this family with the $137.00 monthly fee, please donate for additional months.

$554 of $411 raised

Students 22 Donations

Thank you for helping these brothers with acrobatics classes at Twisted Motion!

SB

Stacy Britton

September 17, 2023

Amount Donated
$279.90
WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

September 17, 2023

Thank you for your donations to the Level Up program to help our neighbors in need!

Amount Donated
$274.00

Student 21

Student 21 is a 13-year-old boy who hopes to keep playing soccer, but his parents can’t afford the team fees and a scholarship wasn’t available. One parent lost their job unexpectedly and is in the middle of a job search, putting the family in a  temporary bind to continue with their son’s participation.

Thank you! With your donations, WGN was able to help this family with the $175 fee, so that their son can keep playing.

Students 20

Students 20 are sisters who have never been able to go to camp before. The eleven-year-old is still affected by the pandemic and brightens up when she’s busy outside and especially loves to swim.  Her sister is  excited to go to camp and try out new things. Their mom is single and works full-time, earning less than 150% of the federal poverty limit. She is thankful for the scholarship from Let’s Go Adventure Camp and help from the community with a WGN donation.

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Students 20 Donations

WGN donated $200.00 to each sister for a week at Let's Go Adventure Camp where they'll go swimming at Deep Eddy, explore Wonder World and have other adventures!! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

June 18, 2023

Amount Donated
$400.00

Student 19

Student 19 is 6-years-old, and she hopes to go to an outside camp, especially Sunny Fox Farm horse camp, while both her parents are working full-time over the summer. The family is catching up from some financial upheavals over the last year and getting back on their feet.

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Student 19 Donations

WGN donated $250.00 to help this student with horse camp at Sunny Fox Farm in Wimberley!! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

June 2, 2023

Amount Donated
$250.00

Student 18

Student 18 is 12-years-old and started Boy Scouts this year. He hopes to be able to go on his first summer camping trip to Colorado with his troop. His mom is recently divorced and works in Wimberley, earning at 150% of the federal poverty limit.  This family received help from WGN and from Wimberley Boy Scouts.

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Student 18 Donations

WGN donated $250.00 to help this student with Boy Scouts summer camp in Colorado! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

May 25, 2023

Amount Donated
$250.00

Student 17

Student 17 is 5-1/2 years old and goes to Blue Hole Primary School. He can’t wait for June to learn all about horses at Sunny Fox Farm summer camp. His single mom works full-time, earning 150% of the federal poverty limit. She is thankful for camp for her son that will be a good break for him while she is caring for live-in family going through cancer treatments. If you want to help this family, call or text 512-648-4400.

$250 of $250 raised

Student 17 Donations

WGN donated $250.00 to help this student with Horse Summer Camp at Sunny Fox Farm in Wimberley! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

May 14, 2023

Thank you for your donations to WGN so that we can help our neighbors in need!

Amount Donated
$250.00

Student 16

Student #16 is an eight-year-old WISD student excited about the 8-weeks of sports summer camp at the YMCA. He hopes to go and play basketball, soccer, tennis and swim and decide what sport he loves the most to focus on at school. His single mom only earns at 150% of the federal poverty limit and struggles to pay bills. Please help Student 16 make it to summer camp so he can find the sport that he loves! This family received a scholarship from the Y and from WGN.

$220 of $220 raised

Student 16 Donations

WGN donated $220.00 to help this student with Sports Summer Camp at the Dripping Springs YMCA.

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

April 17, 2023

Amount Donated
$220.00

Student 15

Student #15 is a 16-year-old WISD student on a quest to be an Eagle Scout like his two older brothers. He is out of popcorn credit and needs financial help for summer camp at Lost Pines. His single mom is a teacher’s aide and cleans cabins, earning at 150% of the federal poverty limit. Please help Student 15 make it to summer camp so he can earn merit badges to be an Eagle Scout! 

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Student 15 Donations

WGN donated $250.00 to help this student with Summer Camp at Lost Pines Boy Scouts.

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

April 3, 2023

Amount Donated
$250.00

Student 14

Student #14 is 11-years-old and loves participating with his boy scout troop here in Wimberley. This July, the troop will be traveling to the Black Forest of Colorado to pick up some merit badges, and he hopes to be able to go. His mom thinks it will be one of the best experiences he’s had in his life. She is separating from the father, earning at 150% of the federal poverty limit and having a hard time covering bills. Please help Student 14 make it to summer camp! 

$250 of $250 raised

Student 14 Donations

WGN donated $250.00 to help this student with Boy Scout Summer Camp

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

April 1, 2023

Amount Donated
$250.00

Student 13

Student #13 is a 14-year-old girl, who needs help with her Spanish class. She is trying to keep her grades high enough to make it to honors classes at Wimberley High School and then attend college on scholarships.  She loves to speak Spanish and thinks it’s very important for her resume. Her mother is a struggling single mother who works full-time and earns 150% of the federal poverty level.  The Spanish tutor costs $25/class.

Please help this mom with 10 classes of Spanish for her daughter
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Student 13 Donations

$250.00 has been donated to help this student with a Spanish tutor! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

March 3, 2023

Thank you for your generous donations to help families who are struggling with the costs of their kids education!

Amount Donated
$250.00

Student 12

Student #12 is a bright, active 12-year-old student who needs help with junior high school math. His single mother recently had a car wreck, works full-time in Wimberley and struggles paying bills.

Please help this mom cover two months of a math tutor for her son that costs $100 a month.
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Student 12 Donations

$200.00 has been donated to help this student with a math tutor! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

January 22, 2023

Thank you for donating to Wimberley Good Neighbor so that we can help our neighbors in need!

Amount Donated
$200.00

Students 11

Students #11 are a 12-year old boy and 9-year-old girl who hope to continue playing in WYSA sports. Their parents are struggling under the weight of unexpected medical expenses and missed time from work. They are a very active family in Wimberley that have grown up very involved with sports here and need help to cover this current season of WYSA baseball for their son, and softball for their daughter. Baseball costs $200 and softball is $165 for the season from February – May 2023.  Please help this family experiencing a temporary set back.

$365 of $365 raised

Students 11 Donations

$365.00 has been donated to help these students play sports in Wimberley! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

January 18, 2023

Thank you. Because of your generous donations to WGN LEVEL UP, we were able to help this family with the costs of their children's WYSA sports.

Amount Donated
$365.00

Student 10

Student #10 is 6-years-old.  She’s been taking a free children’s cheer class at church and loves it so much that she’s teaching herself cartwheels.  She spends most of her time practicing cheering and tumbling, and hopes to take an advanced class at Dance Elite in November to learn better techniques.  Her mom and dad have a household of young children and have recently moved in with her parents and are having a hard time making ends meet with his salary and the cost of living. Please help their daughter with Dance Elite class for 4 months that will cost $300.

 

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Student 10 Donations

$300 has been donated to help this student with dance class from Dance Elite! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

October 30, 2022

Thank you to generous donations to Wimberley Good Neighbor Level Up, we can help this family pay for their daughter's dance class!

Amount Donated
$300.00

Student 9

Student #9 is 14-years-old. He’s home-schooled at Texas Prepratory School — a public online school where he interacts daily with teachers and students.  Home-schooling was a requirement because his mother had a kidney transplant, and her doctors worried she’d be vulnerable to Covid-19 if her son returned to school.  He previously attended Jacobs Well Elementary and then Danforth Jr. High. He’s a bright student and now thriving with this program.  Her son’s an avid fisherman and would like to be a professional fisherman.  Mom is just now getting back to work and applying for jobs. She needs help paying for his Spectrum internet so that he can complete his school work.  She qualified for the Affordable Connectivity Program with the $30 credit, so their monthly bill will be $53.62/month.  Please help her son with 4 months of internet, costing $214.45, while she gets back on her feet. 

If you’d like to help the family in other ways, please call or text 512-648-4400.

Help this student reach his $214.45 goal!
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Student 9 Donations

$214.45 has been donated to help this student use the internet for home-schooling! 

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

September 5, 2022

Thanks to generous donations from community members, we were able to help this struggling WISD mom pay for internet costs so her son can continue with his classes!

Amount Donated
$215.00

Student 8

Student #8 is 15-years-old and a developed artist for her age, winning awards.  She is a gifted high-school student, too, with As in her classes.  A family friend gave her a children’s guitar when she was ten because of her growing interest in music.  Student #8 has been longing to learn to play as a musical escape, especially from her worries over her mom’s recent health problems.  Her mom is a house cleaner and plans to be back on her feet in 8 weeks, earning enough to cover all her bills, plus a few extras for her daughter.  The guitar classes from a local teacher are $25/ week.  Please help her daughter with 8 weeks of class for $200.  The guitar she’s been using is in pretty bad shape, if you would like to donate a used adult guitar, call or text 512-648-4400.

Guitar with case — donated!

Student #8 is very thankful for a community member who donated two weeks of class and a generous local foundation that donated an additional eight weeks of guitar class.

Student 7

Student #7 is almost 11-years-old. He wants to play trumpet at Danforth Jr. High beginning band.  He passed audition and hopes to play the same instrument that his mom played in junior high thru high school.  Unfortunately, mom lost her trumpet in the flood, but another family member had one to give him.  They took it to Strait Music for a cleaning and tuning, which will cost $122.  A refurbished mouthpiece to fit his mouth is $52, and a tuner is $42.  Strait Music gave WGN a discount and does not charge sales tax to a nonprofit.  His mom needs the help because she has not been able to get child support and works full-time as a tank truck driver.  Please help her son, so that he can play the trumpet in band this 6th grade! 

Help this student reach his $216 goal!
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Student 7 Donations

$216 has been donated to help this student play the trumpet!

JB

Jodi J Bourne

August 7, 2022

Amount Donated
$26.06
Anonymous User

Anonymous

August 7, 2022

Amount Donated
$50.00
DS

Dalton Sweat

August 7, 2022

From a former WJHS trumpet player. Good luck!

Amount Donated
$20.71

Student 6

Student #6 is 13-years-old. She’s been playing softball with WYSA and was invited to play with the All Stars softball team! She’s a hitter and gets up there and just wacks the ball. Because she’s so small, people don’t expect her to be that good, but she is, and thrives at it. Her mom is divorced with 3 other children and is a popular third-grade teacher at Jacobs Well Elementary. She says she can’t downsize anymore and is having a hard time covering rent and other bills, so is taking on side work over the summer. Her daughter won’t be able to play without support. WYSA All Stars is $179 for this summer. They do not offer scholarships. 

Help this student reach her $179 goal!
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Student 6 Donations

$179 has been donated to help this student play All Stars!

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

June 27, 2022

Thank you to generous donations from community members, WGN is able to help our neighbors in need.

Amount Donated
$179.00

Students 5

Students 5 are two brothers and a sister.  The boys, who are 13- and 9-years-old, have always wanted to learn martial arts because their dad practiced martial arts when he served in the military.  Their little sister is 4-years-old, and she is in constant motion.  Mom wants her to go to the summer camp that teaches a lot of different types of movement, so she can find out what her daughter loves. Their dad is 100% combat disabled and their mom is his caretaker. They’re on a fixed income and have a very tight budget that pays for necessities. Summer camp is perfect for the kids because it doesn’t take a large time commitment, taking mom away from their father who needs full-time care. Please help their children with martial arts summer camp that costs $150/ child and gymnastics camp that is $120 for their daughter.

Help these students reach their $420 goal!
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Students 5 Donations

$420 has been donated to help these students go to summer camp!

KS

Kathie Schwerdtfeger

June 12, 2022

Enjoy Camp this Summer!

Amount Donated
$388.06
Anonymous User

Anonymous

June 12, 2022

Amount Donated
$51.80
RS

Rhett Schutze

June 12, 2022

Amount Donated
$41.12

Students 4

Students 4 are a 7-year-old brother and 6-year-old sister who attend Blue Hole Primary.  They love to pretend they’re ninjas and are so excited to learn karate.  Their mom would like them to do a sport they can take together, too, for a bonding experience.  She is a teacher’s aide working toward her teaching certificate. Their father is between jobs and this is a temporary set back.  The karate class is one day a week from June – August and is $80.00 per child.  Karate uniforms are $35 each.  Please help their children with summer classes for $160 and karate uniforms for $70. 

Help these students reach their $230 donation goal!
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Students 4 Donations

$230 has been donated to help these students take karate this summer!

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

May 31, 2022

Thank you. Because of your generous donations to benefit Level Up, this struggling WISD family can send their kids to karate this summer.

Amount Donated
$230.00

Students 3

Students #3 are a brother and sister in sixth and seventh grade. The boy is age 11 and loves playing basketball all the time. He’d like to go to Texan Hoops Camp with his friends, starting on May 31st. His mom would also like him to try football camp in July.

The girl, age 13, is very athletic and would play any sport that fits in with her busy gymnastics schedule. She’s been competing in gymnastics since she was seven and placed 5th last week in the Gold Regionals 2022, which includes 7 states. She also loves playing volleyball and would like to go to camp in July. None of the camps offer scholarships.

Their mom is divorced without child support and has three jobs in Wimberley, including restaurant work, and elder care. Volleyball camp is $60. Basketball camp for her son is $75 and then football is probably $60. She has bills for gymnastics due in June. She asked if we can possibly help them find a sponsor for her daughter, or she will have to pull her from the sport. Please call us at 512-648-4400, if you’d like more information to sponsor her daughter’s love for gymnastics.

Mom asked us to share these photos of her daughter with a great smile
Help these students reach their goal of $135 for summer basketball and football camp and $60 for volleyball camp.
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Students 3 Donations

$195 has been donated to help these students go to camp this summer!

WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

May 19, 2022

Thanks to generous donations from community members and the Civic Club, we were able to help this Wimberley family with summer camp!

Amount Donated
$195.00

Students 2

Students #2 are sisters who are ages 5 and 12. They hope to be able to take dance camp over the summer.  The 5-year-old already dances about the house in joy. The 12-year-old loved dance class before her parents divorce. Their mom says her ex-husband isn’t paying child support, so she’s doing everything she can to keep up with the daily household bills. She is thankful for the community help because her oldest is going through some bad times and this would be a physical outlet for her and an opportunity to make friends with kids her age.

Please help Students #2. Dance camp for the 5-year-old is $150. Leotards and tights are on her Wish List. Dance for the 12-year-old is $175 and there is a leotard on her Wish List.
$332 of $325 raised

Students 2

$325 has been donated to help these sisters go to dance camp!

All the items on their Wish List are purchased

LL

Linda Lankford

May 5, 2022

Amount Donated
$10.00
CE

Cathy Ellis

May 5, 2022

Amount Donated
$20.91
NF

Norris Family

May 4, 2022

Amount Donated
$51.33

Student 1

Student #1 is 12 years old. He has been playing tennis in P.E. class and really enjoys it. His mom has been hoping that he’d find an athletic interest because of their rough year. She is a teacher’s aide, going through a divorce, and works part-time at a local grocery store.  Please help her son with  a tennis racket and shorts that are on the Wish List, $36 for a tennis physical, and $15 for the school t-shirt.

Help this student reach his $51 donation goal!
$113 of $50 raised

Student 1 Donations

$50 has been donated to help this student play tennis!

All the items on his Wish List are purchased

RS

Rhett Schutze

March 7, 2022

Amount Donated
$20.91
PO

Patrick O'Brien

March 7, 2022

Glad to help.. I play tennis 🎾 also and would be happy to teach/coach him sometime at no cost.. 10S is a great sport!

Amount Donated
$55.00
WN

Wimberley Good Neighbor

March 7, 2022

Amount Donated
$37.04