"Change for Change" Program Helps Child Advocacy Group
LAKE OF THE OZARKS - A mid-Missouri man is using people's discarded change to benefit a child advocacy group in a program he's calling "Change for Change," according to an article on LakeNewsOnline.
Dr. Samuel Brayfield - known to many in the lake area as Buddy - decided to call the Camden County Child Advocacy Council and donate a jar of change that he had been saving. He also donated the change that his late father had been saving before his death earlier this year.
"He said he wanted the change to be used for helping the Child Advocacy Council continue its work in educating the public about child abuse and he wanted to challenge the community to dig out their change jars and contribute," said council member Nancy Pope.
Pope said the council has decided to take Brayfield up on his challenge and ask the community to get involved. The council will use donated change to continue to provide programs and services to the children of Camden County, she said.
To contribute to "Change for Change," you can call 573-346-0003 for more information.
The full story from LakeNewsOnline can be found here.