we can pray for the pepeil who lost ther homes, and we can help with our time,food and water.
I prayed when pepels howses wher being flooded
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Good thoughts Sam we should do something with your Cub Scout Den to help the people effected by the flooding. Can you come up with any ideas?
We have a wonderful community at Tarver. We have come together as a school to raise funds, food, and clothes for those in need many times. We are truly a community for caring students, teachers, and parents!
We can help their animals. We can give some of our clothes to them. We can give them food.
I love watching how well communities and especially your school has come together to help the people in need. Most of these people have lost everything and it feels great that everyone can come together to help them out. No matter how big or small every bit helps. Thank you Tarver Kiddos
I think we could help the flood victims by helping them have places to stay, helping them clean up their communities and by giving them clean water and warm food.
I think we can help and give them food.And we can give them shews and clothes and maney and.
Gift of time, help them with the clean up, watch a pet, preparing meals.
We can help with clean up, they all have a tough job ahead of them. We can offer a clean safe place for our friends and family to stay.
When all the rain and the hail came down, it came across the road and went to the camp side. There was water in the back of the gate. It was bad and then the tractor came and helped us.
I love it chasitey.
Support and help can come in many ways. This can include helping with the clean up and rebuilding efforts, donating money or items. Another way is listening to their stories; this can help both you and them. We are planning to go to Evans this weekend as a family to help Marek's uncle who works in Evans any way we can.
We can help by giving them clothing, food and support.
We helped out loading sandbags when a flood hit our home
town of Minot, North Dakota.
Thank you for blogging all the way from Las Vegas! We love hearing from people all over!
We can help in many ways. Because we do not live in Colorado we can help by giving money, donating clothing and praying for those who have lost so much.
You gave us great ideas, thank you!
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I helped my grandpa by buying food for Thornton food bank.
My mommys friend Bonnie, her neberhood was flouded. Now it is`nt anymore. I think,let me think................Nop!It is`nt flouded anymore!
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I help by donating money and items to charities that help others.
We can help others by giving them warm clothes and food.
We can help others by repairing and fixing their roads, dams, bridges, and homes.
I know how to spell Hailey.... sorry Hailey.
We saved our puppy Willy from a rescue shelter. He needed a family.
We give clothes and other items that we no longer use to people who need them
Yes we did.
A contribution to the Red Cross is probably in order. Clothing to those in need from St. Vincent de Paul will be initiated as well prayers as mentioned by others. We have opportunities to do a nice thing for someone everyday even if it is just to make them smile.
I like that idea too
Offer a helping hand by volunteering your time and tools to help friends and neighbors who are impacted.
Our family is helping by donating clothes and baby supplies through church to help flood victims.
you can give toys lektoniks and mony to the pepole that lost there homes.
We rescued our cat Buddie from a shelter.
We also rescued our dog Jake when he needed a home.
you did. I rescued my dog when are back yard was flooded
when I was coming to school I felt bad for the flooded howses
On the way school I saw a suwer it was flooded big time
At Christmas time I have gone to women and children shelters and brought them presents, and treats. I am hoping now that my kids are getting older I can teach them the importance of helping those less fortunate then us.
These floods have effected so many, can the school do a food and clothing drive to help out??
I work for an insurance company and we help people and businesses protect the things they own like a home, a car, and all their stuff. Over the years I have found a caring way to help others in a time of need is to just listen to the people who have been affected and let them tell their story. I have even cried on the phone with people I have never met, who live in other states from their sad and sometime scary stories during their time of need. Being a good listener is very important.
I helped my mom when she was sick. Elizabeth and Ella helped also helped by doing chores around our house.
Erin is our friend and she is very nice..
Anita And Chase Addison
I help by donating my clothes and when I was younger my toys I did not play with to kids that do not have as much as I do.
A food or clothing drive is always a good way to help with any natural disaster.
That's what I think too
With recent floods affecting cities all across Colorado, there are several ways our family will help to the disaster relief. Dozens of charity and nonprofit organizations are accepting donations like the Salvation Army and Red Cross, to name just a couple.
I have helped numerous potentially in danger kids to overcome their troubles and straighten out their lives.
helping the homeless. Offering them hats, Hoover's,blankets and food during the winter time.
Nice idea mom
I would donate food,clothes and help with clean up.
Helping others is by donating clothes,food,water,and items they may need.
I know we can help others by being nice and giveing clothes that don't fit, giving toys, donting foods, rebuild there houses, help kids.
I helped a woman one time after she crashed her car. When I was an officer in AZ coming home from work I saw a lady roll and crash her car. The car was on it's side and had fire coming from the bottom. I got on top of the car, pulled the woman out and carred her to safety.
Wops, carried not CARRED!!!
Woops, sorry it has been a long day
I help my brother all the time. He is 4 years old.
She is a very good helper!
Our neighbor Mike's mom, lost her home and car in the Drake flood. My dad got the neighbors together to donate money to help her
I help my team win football games
I help my family all the time.
When I dropped my crayon box
In rainbow slivers on the floor
One person stopped to help me
Gathering rolling crayons (sixty-four)
Crawling on our hands and knees
We picked up bits of green and blue
When someone else spills all their crayons
I will stop to help them to!
My mom helpe me when I had strep and my dad helps me. I love my mom and my dad. I like to be helped. I love to help people.
We can be there now for anyone who needs help but not forget them in the coming weeks when another story takes over the news and we forget about these people who lost everything
We can remember the first responders who have been working selflessly for days without a break who also have lost their own houses.
I help my brother when he gets hurt.
Michael try's to not hurt anyone.
We can give the homeless food, water, clothes and lots of other stuff. I did that once so you should too!
I help my mom,dad in gorices.
We have helped many of our neighbors during hard times and they have helped us as well. We pray for the families that have lost so much during this flood. My sister-in-law and her husband lost a small farm and a family friend had her basement flooded. We are very lucky.
I like to help people and They like to help me I helped Ella she was getting bullying.
I work in an office in Cherry Creek and the building management office is holding a clothing drive. I will be donating new and used clothing to help the victims that lost everything in the floods.
I would love to help donate with your building. When is your clothing drive? There may be students in our classroom that would like to help as well. Maybe we could give our items to Ava and she can get them to you. Thank you for blogging.
Thank you for your interest in our clothing drive.
The drive ends on October 4th. I will speak with Katie (Ava's mom) to get her approval to pick up the items and get them to me by that date.
We ran to raise money for cancer to honour a young Canadian hero, Terry Fox. Our whole school runs for the afternoon to help others win their fight. Google Terry Fox and check out our blog at kidblog.org/MrsLoopSnydersclass/
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In high school I went on two mission trips with my church. For one we went to Ashland Montana and helped those on the reservations. My group was assigned to a house and we helped rebuild their front deck, also adding a ramp to it. We helped paint the outside of the house and also re did the steps in the back that were caving in. On my other mission trip we went to Beverly Kentucky and we added on a room to the house because the family didn't have enough rooms for everyone in the family. I have also helped people in my own state. I was a part of the Weld County helping the homeless day. We walked around with a homeless person and helped them get the things they needed most in their life. They were able to get a haircut, a massage, feet washed, jobs, an ID, clothes, shoes, winter clothes, get their teeth looked at a way to fix them, housing, and a lot more. It was an awesome experience and it was cool learning from a different life perspective. Those experiences of helping people made me feel really good and thankful for the life that I have. WE can ALWAYS helps those in need, volunteering is FREE!
I loved your comment about how volunteering is FREE! What a great way to think about it.
That is so cool I wish we could go on that.
That is so cool I wish I could do that.
We can help by giveing close and food and are money.