FOLLOWUP: West Seattle kids raise money to help Nepal

Lots of kindhearted people out and about on West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day, with benefit sales and post-sale donations. The generosity includes what these kids did, setting up shop along California SW in Gatewood to sell lemonade and treats to help earthquake survivors in Nepal!

They were only out for three hours this morning but they were able to raise $180 for Nepal SEEDS, according to Sandy, who shared the photos afterward, explaining that their friend Cris Miller, a West Seattleite, is on the group’s board, and that Nepal SEEDS is “in major fundraising mode to assist in earthquake relief and re-building in the villages they work in.”

3 Replies to "FOLLOWUP: West Seattle kids raise money to help Nepal"

  • Michael Waldo May 9, 2015 (9:05 pm)

    Love this. There is hope for the world. Great and wonderful kids.

  • Heather May 10, 2015 (8:21 am)

    Can we also just donate money to them and if so to who and were? I’m so happy to see the kindness of our children here in West Seattle has. I want to thank there parents for a job well done.

    • WSB May 10, 2015 (8:50 am)

      Hi – the link to Nepal SEEDS is in the story.

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