Every month or so we electronically mail a Newsletter to hundreds of people who have shown interest in what we’re up to, causes, projects and opportunities. There is a link imbedded in the newsletter that allows readers to look at previous mailings.
Our Blog “We All Deserve Better” is Let Kids Be Kid’s advocacy blog. Our goal is to post relevant information that will spark action, discussion and interaction, creating a catalyst for solutions and ideas to impact the challenges we face in our society.
We welcome comments, suggestions and submissions in support of “Those Seeking a Voice.”
“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear…”
We also publish to various newspapers, blogs, social media, and magazines. We offer editorial support and opinions. An ongoing post is in support of taking care of our “animal pals” all over the world. The following is our most recent
“Before you Go to Sleep.”
Please, before you go to sleep tonight, think of ways you can reach out and help all the creatures out there—–humans as well.
“African Lionesses, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya: Lions are the only truly social cats; the females and offspring reside together in prides. Typically hunting in groups, the lionesses prey mostly on large hoofed mammals. Within each pride, females will often reproduce in synchrony and cross-suckle their cubs.
“It was early morning in the Great Rift Valley as we searched for a famous pride of lionesses. Since it was very cold, the females were piled on top of each other, forming groups and staying close. This particular set grabbed my attention because they were staring glassy-eyed in different directions. I wanted to capture all possible details in the frame with a tight crop to make a striking black and white conversion.”
Let Kids Be Kids advocates for the rights of all those in the animal kingdom. Yep, humans too. And, in particular, all those Lions out there.
To support our Animal Protection projects, or to donate towards our endangered species project see these links: Universal Giving or PayPal Giving Fund
Photo: Nature’s Best Photography site (© Lakshitha Karunarathna