Has your child expressed interest in starting a lemonade
stand? Maybe she’s trying to earn money for a special gift or toy. If so, there
is a great opportunity for your child to learn and to make a difference.
Lemon: Aid is a kid-funded program committed to helping
supply clean drinking water to millions of Africans in need using the profits
from lemonade stands all over the country.
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Access to quality drinking water is important to childhood
development, public health and even in fighting the HIV/AIDS crisis.
Reach out to our world-wide neighbors this summer in an
effort that has already improved clean water access in 1000 sub-Saharan
communities by creating wells, filtration systems, and rain tanks. Even $1 can
make a difference, providing water for a single person for an entire year.
Making a lemonade stand is as simple as a card table and a
poster. In fact, if you visit their website, bloodwatermission.com, you can
order materials for running your own stand, including t-shirt iron-ons,
posters, flyers, balloons, brochures, temporary tattoos and even photos from
Encourage your child to make lemonade in his own
neighborhood while providing safe drinking water to children he’s never met.
Stay refreshed with these cool summer treats!
Use this as an opportunity to teach your child the
importance of clean water for all life and instill that there is always
something she can do to make the world a better place.
Share your Lemon:Aid stories at bloodwatermission.com or tell us about your family's Lemonade stand experience! Write to us at email@example.com.