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Legenade Childrens Fund

About

Providing gifted, underprivileged children in the US & Philippines with education enrichment programs so they can reach their highest potential. School supplies, scholarships, food donations, disaster relief and more so kids can become legendary!

Web Site www.legenadechildrensfund.org

Email give@legenade.com

Success Story

This story began with a 7 year old boy who wanted to help a local charity here in Elk Grove, CA by selling lemonade. Ethan and his big brother, Dylan, sold Ethan’s Legenade (Legendary Lemonade) at local events and donated half their profit to local charities. What their parents thought to be just a hobby grew bigger each year, as well as their desire to help more kids. In Feb 2019, they became an official nonprofit, Legenade Childrens Fund. 

Their mission is to “help kids become legendary”, through educational and enrichment programs for gifted and underprivileged kids in the US and the Philippines. Their programs include a "Back to School Program" providing backpacks and school supplies to kids. They also have a "Future Legends Scholarship" to help gifted kids stay in school and graduate. For "Color the World Project" they partner with local restaurants to collect barely used kids' menu crayons and ship them to kids in the Philippines who can’t afford crayons.  They are also working with local schools to help keep "STEAM Programs" going by providing funds to help with books, materials and supplies needed. Through various "Community Outreach Programs", Ethan and Dylan are able to provide food, clothing, toys and other basic supplies to kids and their families. All donations from people like you, and proceeds from their beverage sales go directly to serve these programs. 

Ethan, now 13 years old, enjoys promoting their cause, and coming up with new ideas on how to help more kids all over the world.  Dylan, now 16 years old, is making sure they have enough funding to support their programs. Both brothers work together, as a team, to make their nonprofit venture a success.