"If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together."Aboriginal Woman in Australia
At Let Kids Be Kids we advocate for those that are poor, homeless, sick, displaced or looking for assistance with making their lives slightly better. We also add our voice for those that cannot speak, those in the animal kingdom that are at risk due to environmental challenges etc.
Some Examples of what we do: We help secure housing for the homeless, financial aide for those on the margins, food/meal food preparation, job training, HIV/AIDS/STDs classroom education, prison support, articles on related topics, Care Teams for the terminally ill, support via volunteerism and financial contributions to various animal protection campaigns i.e. Endangered Species, Wild Horses, direct and indirect support to indigenous peoples. See more info on Universal Giving and through the menu bar links and newsletter archives.
When we say "kids" we mean all of us. We believe if we all honored that special place in kids, that joy and enthusiasm, we'd be able to work miracles--
The videos, articles and photographs produced by Connemara Productions Ltd.serve to honor and highlight those that are willing to share their struggles, as well as honoring those that are reaching out a helping hand. "Let Kids be Kids was more about making me into a capable and passionate, educated and inspired citizen. Teaching me how to help my community, and educating me on the different issues people work hard for."
(University of Washington Graduate)
Advocating for Endangered Species!
A helping hand-
Please, before you go to sleep tonight, think of ways you can reach out and help all the creatures out there-----humans as well. Snow Leopards. These rare, beautiful gray leopards live in the mountains of Central Asia. They are insulated by thick hair, and their wide, fur-covered feet act as natural snowshoes. Snow leopards have powerful legs and are tremendous leapers, able to jump as far as 50 feet (15 meters). They use their long tails for balance and as blankets to cover sensitive body parts against the severe mountain chill. The Woodland Park Zoo contributes to programs in Central Asia to help preserve these great animals. Let Kids Be Kids advocates for the rights of all those in the animal kingdom. Yep, humans too-----And, in particular, all those Snow Leopards out there.
Leopard Photo: MBarrettMiller/Connemara Productions 9 September 2016 You can help us with our animal advocacy via