Victory Junction Kids Need Our Help!

Apr 9 | Posted by: Cheryl LuQuire

Hello friends!  

Last Friday, I was lucky enough to spend a few hours at the Victory Junction Camp in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  I was aboslutely blown away at how special this cause & camp is.  I’m excited to help be a part of Krispy Kreme’s nationwide campaign, "Drive for 45", to raise money for Victory Junction Camp!  It’s a life-changing experience for kids dealing with a wide range of illnesses and chronic disabilities.  When touring the grounds, I could not believe how specially designed the accomodations are for these children.  Victory Junction is a haven where these special needs children can feel stress free and fearless to do anything they want, that they can't normally participate in...like ziplining or seeing what it feels like to swim in a pool.  Because of these unique accomodations and each child having their own camp counselor while at the camp, it costs thousands of dollars a week per child to attend camp.  Thanks to donations from large companies such as Wal-Mart, Bass Pro Shops, Goody's and people like the Waltrip Brothers, Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, and many others, the camp is FREE OF CHARGE to every child that attends.

Now, it's our turn to help raise money for more children to attend and for this incredible camp to continue it's inspiring work!  Thanks to Krispy Kreme for sponsoring the "Drive for 45" initiative, we have an opportunity to jumpstart our part in helping!

If you make a donation at your participating Krispy Kreme or online at http://bit.ly/1rZaVYH, I’ll give you a free copy of my song, “LET'S ROLL.”  

For my fans who want to go the extra mile in making a difference in the lives of these deserving kids, you can join me in giving $10/month by clicking this link: http://bit.ly/1h8cGP2.  Everyone who signs up under my team name will receive a copy of my 5-song EP.  The first 15 people who sign up on my team will get their copy autographed!

Let's do something bigger than the music.  Let's make the world a better place.  

 

All my love,

Cheryl

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