Monday, August 22, 2016

Love for the Elderly

SO EXCITED to unveil our newest See Beautiful Giving Initiative to support Love For The Elderly

This amazing organization was started by SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD, Jacob Cramer, and the love he's bringing to Seniors is just beautiful! How could we not partner with them?! So many elders in our nation are neglected, isolated, and forgotten. Love for the Elderly is working to change this. Love for the Elderly is dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors in their final and most precious stage of life with loads of happiness! 

The core philosophy at Love for the Elderly is to make the world more beautiful by spreading kindness every day whenever possible! With your help, we'll be able to donate portions of every sale toward bringing love to seniors in nursing homes through inspiring "sunshine boxes!" Each SunshineBox costs somewhere close to $5, so for every sale, they'll be able to brighten one Senior's day with happiness by gifting them a box of sunshine (Goal: $1500)!
How your purchase helps: Your purchase will provide one "Sunshine Box" full of inspiring and uplifting items for a Senior in care. Or, you can donate directly to Love for the Elderly here.  Follow their story and become part of there community on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and YouTube.
You can get to shopping and helping them meet their goal here: http://seebeautiful.com/shop.html

3 comments:

  1. What a sweet thing to do and especially because a teen started it!

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  2. This is especially close to my heart as I have a 96 year old Dad. He has outlived two children and two wives and refuses to leave his home of 70 years to move to live with us, and he is in a remote area where employment for us is not an option, given a very specialized career field. I provide a full time nurse's and visit every few weeks after 4 hours on a plane, but he does get lonely at times. Bless you for this. Author LB Johnson (The Book of Barkley - Love and Life Through the Eyes of a Labrador Retriever)

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  3. This is especially close to my heart as I have a 96 year old Dad. He has outlived two children and two wives and refuses to leave his home of 70 years to move to live with us, and he is in a remote area where employment for us is not an option, given a very specialized career field. I provide a full time nurse's and visit every few weeks after 4 hours on a plane, but he does get lonely at times. Bless you for this. Author LB Johnson (The Book of Barkley - Love and Life Through the Eyes of a Labrador Retriever)

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