cherishkay

cherishkay:

cherishkay:

help support the film here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/heschle/removed-part-two

I am going to share these everyday now, until this message drills in my followers brains!! this so important, you can’t fully comprehend what it’s like to be a foster child unless you were or are one! And saddest thing is that there is so many in the system, which even causes even more trauma in their life. These children are just as important as anyone else, and if this film gets fully funded, imagine how it could help these children have a voice that they are not able to have themselves. THEY NEED THIS FILM TO BE MADE, I BELIEVE THAT WITH MY WHOLE HEART, THESE CHILDREN NEED A VOICE! People need to know more about this issue, it will help us become more compassionate and even help our future to become better if we help these children, because they are our future, not just children that do have families!!! EVERY CHILD DESERVES A FAMILY!

Please share, PLEASE REBLONG! And help these wonderful selfless producers of this film be able to do this wonderful service they are willing to do for these children!! if anything is worth putting on your blog, it’s this! I am tired of people ignoring this issue, it’s not right to have so many children taken away from their homes and not get the right treatment they need in the foster care system, IT’S NOT RIGHT AT ALL! and we need to help make a change, and I believe this film will help with that! Please REBLOG and donate if you can!!

IF 900 people get 5 of their friends to donate $5, THE PROJECT WILL BE FULLY FUNDING!

It only has 4 days left to get fully funded, if it doesn’t reach it’s goal, they don’t get any of the money, that’s how kickstarter works.

please reblog and share the campaign https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/heschle/removed-part-two

cherishkay

cherishkay:

cherishkay:

help support the film here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/heschle/removed-part-two

I am going to share these everyday now, until this message drills in my followers brains!! this so important, you can’t fully comprehend what it’s like to be a foster child unless you were or are one! And saddest thing is that there is so many in the system, which even causes even more trauma in their life. These children are just as important as anyone else, and if this film gets fully funded, imagine how it could help these children have a voice that they are not able to have themselves. THEY NEED THIS FILM TO BE MADE, I BELIEVE THAT WITH MY WHOLE HEART, THESE CHILDREN NEED A VOICE! People need to know more about this issue, it will help us become more compassionate and even help our future to become better if we help these children, because they are our future, not just children that do have families!!! EVERY CHILD DESERVES A FAMILY!

Please share, PLEASE REBLONG! And help these wonderful selfless producers of this film be able to do this wonderful service they are willing to do for these children!! if anything is worth putting on your blog, it’s this! I am tired of people ignoring this issue, it’s not right to have so many children taken away from their homes and not get the right treatment they need in the foster care system, IT’S NOT RIGHT AT ALL! and we need to help make a change, and I believe this film will help with that! Please REBLOG and donate if you can!!

IF 900 people get 5 of their friends to donate $5, THE PROJECT WILL BE FULLY FUNDING!

It only has 4 days left to get fully funded, if it doesn’t reach it’s goal, they don’t get any of the money, that’s how kickstarter works.

please reblog and share the campaign https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/heschle/removed-part-two

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Shooting letters with @verenasmit

To see more photos of Verena’s play on words follow @verenasmit on Instagram

It all started with an old typewriter and some tired expressions. “I began playing with the clichés we hear all the time,” São Paulo visual artist Verena Smit (@verenasmit), says. “I’ll cross out a letter or a word, but make it so it can still be read. While there’s a part that rejects the cliché, there’s also a part that would like to somehow embrace it.”