Your Donation Gives Special Needs Students a Once-In-A-Lifetime Trip to Orlando
The students at Warren Technical High School in northeast metro Atlanta face a double challenge: not only do they all have special educational needs, but they also come from some of the lowest-income households in the region.
Take Bobby (not his real name). His family is homeless. Or Keisha, who is one of 11 children of a single mom.
Despite these impossible odds, Bobby and Keisha along with two other fellow students just won top honors in the State of Georgia for demonstrating superior personal care, life support skills, and speaking and interviewing skills.
This achievement has earned them a coveted spot at the HOSA Leadership Conference in Orlando in June, where they can compete at a national level, make connections with students like themselves, and take the next step toward a mainstream job in the healthcare field. They will also have an opportunity to visit Disney World and experience some joy in their lives.
The problem is, these students have to pay their own way, and they don’t have the funds to make the trip.
Your donation would give these students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be celebrated for their accomplishments and give them the confidence to know that they can achieve more.
Their teacher, Jacquetta Lindsey, has given her energy and heart for these students to thrive in a not-ideal situation due to their disabilities and financial burdens. The achievements of her students shows that she and Warren Tech are accomplishing their mission of giving students the life skills they need to be successful in the workforce and in life.
We have all stayed up many nights thinking of how this trip can be possible for Bobby, Keisha, and their fellow students. They deserve and have earned this chance.
Please help them make this once-in-a-lifetime trip! No donation is too small.
About Warren Technical High School
Warren Technical High School is a unique school providing students with special needs instruction in career, job readiness, and life skills. Students in grades 10-12, ages 16-21, attend Warren Technical School for five and one-half hours each day. One of the programs offered at Warren is Health Care Sciences. The program at Warren Tech offers opportunities for success in acquiring job skills for students who need intensive training and hands on learning opportunities in order to be successful in the workforce.
No Donation Is Too Small
The goal is $4,000. They need money for the conference, rooms, transportation and food for 4 students.
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I would like more for them. Ideally help pay for their amazing teacher, free Airline tickets direct to Disney, Disney Park tickets.
If any of you have connections or ideas to make this possible please text me. 404-668-5778
Thank you for the love and support!