Day 2 - Donate needed items to children "aging out" of the foster system
Every year children "age out" of the foster care system. They no longer have a foster family or anyone really watching out for them. These kids need supplies to go out on their own without support. These items can include furniture, cleaning supplies, school supplies, and clothing. Kids in the system learn to keep all their belongings in a suitcase, so they don't have much. I'm sure they would love to know that someone is thinking about them.
You can call a local foster care agency to find out if there are any specific items needed at this time. Or if you don't want to make the phone call, think of what you would get a 17 or 18 year old going out on their own. If you don't have money look around your house. Maybe you have an extra set of sheets, coat, or a cookbook you don't use. If none of those ideas suit you, call and see if there is some way you can volunteer. Perhaps you can help with homework, college applications, or give a cooking lesson.
When you have a donation either send or take it to one of the foster care agencies in your area. They will be able to get it to someone about to age out/recently aged out.
If you can't get this challenge done today, just try before next Saturday's challenge.