Our Youth United team was out at Big Bunny's Spring Fling at the Los Angeles Zoo this past weekend where, along with the Easter Bunny, we got to meet some exceptional kids. Zoo guests of all ages participate in our Nickel Toss to benefit our Nickels for Nails program and we raised over $200.
Young Habitat for Humanity supporters from ages 5-25 are raising money to help give a hardworking family a simple, decent place to live! At the L.A. Zoo on Saturday, kids tossed nickels into paint buckets to support the "Nickels for Nails" fundraising initiative. These kids raised almost $200 and won prizes when they successfully launched a nickel into one of the buckets.
Local students participating in Nickels for Nails are working to raise enough money to fund a new Habitat for Humanity home in the City of Lynwood - which will also be built by youth ages 16-25.
You can read about the Big Bunny Spring Fling here and to find out more about how you and your school can participate in the Nickels for Nails program, contact us:
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