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All it takes is a beautiful fake smile to hide an injured soul

Posted by: Chasity Foster | 2 years, 9 months ago | 1137 comments
Today I resigned my job.  First, I must say I love my job. I LOVE what I do. I am a teacher. A teacher changed my life. So I set out in life to do the same for other children.  My students are my kids. Their parents are an extension of my family. They entrust me with their most prized possession each day.  I work at the best elementary school in my county. I love my coworkers. They have been there for the adoption of my boys and through the loss of my beautiful daughter.  They are my family. Without them I wouldn't be here where I am today.

Spreading kindness through hairbows

Posted by: Chasity Foster | 3 years ago | 12 comments

Spreading kindness through hair bows and softball

Books for Shay Article from Augusta University

Posted by: admin | 3 years, 5 months ago | 23 comments

We just want to share a story from Augusta University on the impact the the Books for Shay had on the Richmond County Community!

New Sharing Shed at GTMS!

Posted by: admin | 3 years, 5 months ago | 46 comments

We have added a new Sharing Shed location!  For Shaylin's birthday this year Trent wanted to place a new Sharing Shed at his school Grovetown Middle School.  We contacted GTMS to coordinate where it could be placed and had a new shed built in January with the intention of placing it on Shaylin's birthday in May.  However, due to everything that is going on right now around the world with COVID-19 we realized that there are families in need now.  We decided to go ahead and install this shed now and have stocked it up with non-perishable food items.  If you are in need or would like to donate there are now five locations in Grovetown to go!  Thank you to everyone who has supported this effort, and thank you to Grovetown Middle School for allowing us to place a shed on the school property to help our community.

Shaylin's Sharing Sheds and COVID-19

Posted by: Christopher Foster | 3 years, 6 months ago | 13 comments

The past few days have been fairly stressful for most of the country.  We find ourselves at home, and for some with reduced or no income.  The stores are without many necessities, and there is so much uncertainty about what we should be doing to prepare.  On top of all this our kids are now home 24/7, due to social distancing we have become their teachers, their entertainers, and everything else they need.

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