Check out this project below about one amazing young entrepreneur's goal to Squeeze Out ALS!
Brooke is opening for business to sell Lemon-Aid and "Squeeze out ALS!" Brooke is a young 10 year old entrepreneur and future community leader that participates in Lemonade Day! and graciously chooses to donate her proceeds to A Love Story foundation. Brooke's love for her Uncle Rickey and to help others is truly amazing!!! This year her goal is $1,600 and will launch A Lemon-Aid Stand project. This project will provide grants and donations to ALS related organizations and projects as recommended and guided by young advocates, like Brooke.
You better order before she sells out! It is Brooke's third year of operations and she is known for having the best Lemon-Aid in beverage and purpose. Brooke's award winning Lemon-AId is recognized by Bryan/College Station area Lemonade Day!
Please help her met her goal $1600 goal, enhance her entrepreneurial skills, and "Squeeze out ALS!"
To pre-purchase your Lemon-Aid or to purchase a virtual cup, please select the Donate Now button below. If possible, stop by in person to see the awesome stand, meet Brooke, and taste the sweet success of Lemon-Aid!
***All donations are tax deductible through A Love Story foundation (Tax ID #: 82-1140123).
To learn more about Brooke's accomplishments and Lemonade Day!, check out the following links.
A helping hand or a hand-up has been the foundational tenet in evaluating how to best provide funding and support to those in need. It is important to solve a problem, and it can be equally or even more important to provide an opportunity to prevent the problem. Likewise, it is important to help one person, and it is even more important if you can build a team to help more people. The more hands the more help and love shared.
ALS is terrible disease that impacts ways too many people in way too many ways. There are many challenges to the disease that include a need for a cure, the expense of care, the financial and emotional impact to those impacted and the downstream impacts of the disease for all. More people involved and more funding is greatly needed. A Love Shared project is focused on building and supporting those active in the fight against ALS. A Love Shared project provides matching donations up to $1,111 to individuals advocating and raising funds for ALS organizations. By focusing not this approach, we can help provide a hands-up and encourage those involved in the fight.
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A Lemon-Aid Stand project is inspired by the love and passion of young nieces and nephews that use their talents to honor the memory of their Uncle and help others impacted by this terrible disease of ALS. The project is specifically named after Brooke's Lemon-Aid Stand. As, 10 year old Brooke participates in Lemonade Day! and chooses to donate her proceeds to help and support families impacted by ALS. The name is symbolic as it represents youth in business, creating aid out of the lemon of ALS, and simply matches the acronym- ALS
There are many more inspried youth out there that want to actively engage and contribute in the fight against ALS. A Lemon-Aid Stand project was created to help mentor and support the passion of these young leaders by supporting them and providing a bridge to be involved in awareness, fundraising, and charitable giving. If you would like to specifically support A Lemon-Aid Stand project, select Donate To below. Thank you for sharing the love with our youth build a love story for their future and ours!!!
Inspirational Credit: Garrett- High School Senior project raised awareness and funds for ALS Association. Brooke (10)- Brooke's Lemon-Aid Stand raised awareness and funding for ALS Association and A Love Story foundation. Brooklynn (13)- Creating bracelets for upcoming awareness and funding raising event for ALS. Jackson (12)- Part of summer vacation planned is to advocate and raise awareness for ALS. Plus the ideas by other nieces and nephews that have been discussed!