Project Group Home:
Beginning in 2020 Lorelei Darling will be working hands on with Penny Lane Center's residential (13-18) group home youth. Lorelei will start working with and the teens regularly. Lorelei intends on helping the youth at these homes through a variety of different art forms, projects, events and field trips. If interested in helping support Lorelei's dream of creating a more loving and trusting environment for Penny Lane's residential youth, then be sure to donate to us today! Funding for art supplies, field trips, and more will be hard to come by without your help! Lorelei Darling, and the rest of Teens4Teens will greatly appreciate your support.
TEEN HOLIDAY DRIVE:
When Lorelei Darling was 8 years old, she started her adventure into the world of philanthropy. She wanted to make a difference in the lives of kids just like her! After 4 years of hosting annual toy drives, when Lorelei was about the age of 12, she began to realize just how little the teenagers in foster care were given. From that point on, Lorelei dropped the “Toy Drive” and changed it to “Teen Drive.” Every year Lorelei is collecting donations of teen items such as… clothing, school supplies, backpacks, gift cards, self hygiene products, and anything else that a teenager would need/want. Email Lorelei Darling today if interested in donating in this year’s drive!
All proceeds will be donated to Penny Lane Centers.
JOIN US AT URBAN HOMESCHOOLERS:
Join Lorelei Darling and many other teens who are striving to make a difference today! Urban Homeschoolers is a homeschool learning center which Lorelei has been attending since she was only in the 6th grade. You can sign up to be a part of the 13+ Teens4Teens club on the Urban Homeschoolers website...
THIS Is... #WhatATeenCanDo!
TEENS4TEENS ZUMBA FUNDRAISER:
On May 19th of 2019, 14 year old Lorelei Darling (Teens4Teens founder) held the very first Teens4Teens fundraiser to raise funds for building more Transitional Housing for kids aging out of the foster care system. She planned a Zumba fundraiser, with an estimate of 150 people attending. The event raised a total of $3,306, all of which was donated directly to Penny Lane Center’s Transitional Housing Program.