Periodically the Share, Save, Spend program we do with our three oldest kids can be a little bit of a burden around our household.
- Getting them to the bank can be a challenge, but it's always fun when we do it.
- Then getting them to find their banks, and sort the allowance equally into each of the three buckets.
However, today was a standout day where Mackenzie (8) and Emma (6) decided that they were going to disperse their accumulated share funds to people who are less fortunate.
Mackenzie donated $125 worth of medicine on a sharing program for only $25, two soccer balls (she loves soccer), two chickens (because they can lay up to 300 eggs a year), and $175 worth of clothing on a match.
Then Emma donated one rabbit (she loves bunnies, so that's perfect), two chickens, and two soccer balls (she wants to be like her sister).
I love these kids!
We used WorldVision.org for these fun and useful gifts that appeal to children giving to other children.
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