Despite the strength of the U.S. economy, homelessness continues to be a real issue that many people are facing. Today, we will look into important information and critical statistics of homelessness in the U.S. Causes of Homelessness There are several factors that may lead a person to become homeless, some of which include the following: …Read More
A lot of issues are affecting the ocean ecosystems and marine biodiversity. The threat to marine life has a huge impact caused by many factors, including waste materials in shorelines and beach fronts. As people continue to ignore how to take care of nature, we will eventually suffer in the coming years. It’s quite ironic …Read More
Every parent’s responsibility is to nurture their children with moral values. However, not all parents may have the same approach on how to positively rear their children. As a result, we often see children grow up on their own in such a way that they lack certain positive attributes that could help them face the …Read More
Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful, help others, and be grateful for what you have. In the late afternoon of November 17th, Kids4Community volunteers did just that. Volunteers served food to around 45 homeless individuals and raised around $500 worth of food. In the end, many were grateful for the lives they had, and …Read More
There are people who remain to be caring about other people’s welfare, and have not been completely blinded by what the world has given them. It is a blessing indeed for the less fortunate to have these people who run such organizations that help them not only by providing food and shelter, but also in …Read More
If you’ve been following us regularly, you’ve probably noticed that we love triathlon! Personally, I believe going on a triathlon has a lot of benefits, which include better health and stamina, improved mental condition, and a stronger determination to go through life’s challenges. Part of the reason behind these advantages is the fact that there …Read More
As part of the community where we live in, we at Kids4Community like to find ways to improve the lives of people, especially the homeless and the helpless. After all, we should all be concerned about the well-being of the people around us. That’s why we continue to come up with ideas and program for …Read More
One of Kids4Community’s own alumni is now a published author and the best part is, proceeds from the sale of his book go to a good cause.
Arden Pala, 8, invites you to read about the adventures of Noah and his magical flying car. In this adventure, Noah goes to China and learns about the country with the help of an airborne automobile and a new friend Junjie. And Arden wants you to go along for the ride.
Sponsored by Kids4Community, 100% of all proceeds from sales of the book will be donated to the scholarship fund of Francis Parker School, which Arden attends.
A pianist who loves to write, act, travel, and study martial arts, Arden is keen to see flying cars become a reality and even wants to invent them himself someday. Something he loves even more than inventing, though, is helping people, particularly his fellow school mates.
That’s why Arden has decided to donate all the money “The Adventures of Noah’s Flying Car Through China” raises to Francis Parker School to use for scholarships. These scholarships help students further their education and open the doors of opportunity for them. Arden’s whole family is passionate about volunteering and giving back to their community and since Arden has a talent for writing, he decided it would be a good way to raise money for his school.
He was inspired to write about China after his family visited the country. Of the many places Arden has been with his family, China is among his favorites. The book is educational and fun to read and Arden hopes to make a series of books about Noah’s flying car visiting countries all over the world.
The print version of the book is available on > Kids4.org Online Store <
Also on > Amazon in both Kindle and printed versions .<
Teen substance abuse is more than just a simple misdemeanor. In fact, statistics show that it’s rising at an alarming rate. This growing problem needs to be addressed as soon as it is discovered, and the need to take action against teen substance abuse cannot be stressed enough. According to reports, over 20 million people …Read More
Some children suffer from domestic abuse and violence, leaving many of them under the care of social services. The silver lining in all of this is that several non-profit organizations have sprouted in U.S. states – and even here in our local communities in San Diego – to provide shelter for kids and let them …Read More