We made a movie called band of good. It had a zip line, a big scene and a lot of building in it. It was a lot of fun to make. We got to show it to our families and friends. We also made T-shirts and posters, and sold them after the show to raise money ($920). We know you guys help a lot of kids, and we are hoping this money can help you do your work.
Thank you for all that you do for kids!
Rythm (Ryan), Brainstorm (Henry), James (Olympian), Funshine (Lucy), the Sketch (Ollie), Captain Constructivus (Oskar)
Ryan, Henry, James, Lucy, Ollie, and Oskar – six superhero kids from Boston –made a movie called Band of Good. It had a zip line, a big battle scene, lots of buildings, and most importantly, it was a lot of fun to make. At their “parent premiere” the budding filmmakers also sold homemade t-shirts, posters, and concessions to raise $920 to help kids heal through the Life is Good Kids Foundation.
And just like these six superhero kids from Boston, people across the country are turning activities they love into fundraisers for the Life is Good Kids Foundation. Every dollar donated to the LiGKF makes a big difference, and every story behind each donation matters a great deal.
If you have an idea for your own DIY fundraiser contact our VGP (Very Good Person) staffer, Colleen Walsh, at firstname.lastname@example.org