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#getkellyonellen
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I lost my son Elijah in September to SIDS. Every day I do an act of kindness for him. But I am really seeking help for a no cost Art Therapy Studio we have started for other bereaved parents. I have been working really hard on this, and now funding is dwindling and I don't know know what to do...This past year has been really hard on us, not only have we lost Elijah, our family has been battling homelessness. I have struggled with anxiety and haven't been able to work a regular job. It is a big mess, but our main focus is still Elijah and changing the world in his memory. Please help if you can!! Thanks so much.

Here is my personal blog, with a little bit more background for you: http://i-am-kind.blogspot.com/2016/05/getkellyonellen.html

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1,437 views May 20, 2016
Kelly Airhart 350 points

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Kelly Airhart 350 points
P.S. Thank you so much for all your support.
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May 20, 2016
Sandy G. Walmsley 190 points
Love love love it..
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May 20, 2016
Kelly Airhart 350 points
Tamara Davis-Anthony 170 points
I got your six love you.
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May 20, 2016
Kelly Airhart 350 points
anonymous
We are up to 40!! Thank you so much...let's keep it up <3

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May 21, 2016
anonymous
Please help my daughter and her family
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May 23, 2016
anonymous
I'm so sorry you're going through such a painful loss. It seems you are still deep in the grief process so I hope you'll consider volunteering for an established organization in honor of your son rather than taking on the enormous task of starting your own.  If your anxiety is so high that you can't work, now is probably not a good time to add the stress of trying to start a non-profit.  It would be better to spend time with family and friends and focus on healing so that you can find the strength to get through the everyday responsibilities of life, and when you come out on the other side you will be better equipped to start your own organization if that's where your heart lies. You can still honor your son by simply befriending other grieving parents and just listening to them talk and sharing your own experience with them. Little acts of kindness don't have to cost anything or take a lot of time to make a big difference to someone!
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May 26, 2016