It’s hard to have a bad day when you’re hiking or skiing or having a picnic in the park. Nature has a way of releasing tensions and refreshing me. A lot of kids in the Denver Metro area don’t get to experience that for a variety of reasons. Shiloh House, a non-profit organization in Littleton, takes high risk youth out into nature. I can easily see the benefits of a program that gets kids outdoors. I would be a lot more cranky and moody without nature.
What to Donate
Unfortunately, Shiloh House had all of it’s outdoor items stolen recently. As we head into spring and summer, the lack of these essential items may make it difficult to get all the kids that would benefit out into nature. If you have a back pack, water bottle, fishing poles, or any other lightly used ,recreational items that you aren’t using anymore, Shiloh House would love to have them. Your tax deductible donation would help them continue to get more kids out into nature. If that’s not a good thing, I don’t know what is.
Where to Donate
If you’d like to donate, you can drop recreation items off at our Mountain Living Real Estate office, take them directly to their offices at 6588 W Ottawa Ave in Littleton or go to their website and donate money. https://shilohhouse.org/donate/ Next time we are in Littleton we will drop off any items we collect and get a tax deduction form for you if they provide us with one.
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