Let us teach our children to volunteer and donate.

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Dear… Parents,

Let us teach our children to volunteer and donate. While on vacation we helped the captain remove trash from the beach-everyone joined in. We donated at a local animal shelter. Taking extra time to give back to our world. I promise to always take some time, and promote my children to make a difference.

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