Noteworthy’s first fundraiser of 2015 was held in February on behalf of Project Night Night, an organization whose mission is,
“Helping homeless children have sweeter dreams” by providing comfort items, free of charge, to homeless children from birth to pre-teen in an effort to help them feel secure, cozy, ready to learn, and significant.
Noteworthy Reporting worked in conjunction with the Wake Forest Boys and Girls Club Keystone Club to fill Project Night Night tote bags , which will be distributed to Triangle shelters in early fall 2015.
Each Night Night package contains a blanket, a book and a stuffed animal, all in a new canvas tote bag. Each bag is designed to be age appropriate, up to pre-teen boys and girls. Project Night Night strives to give children something they can call their own, something that can give them that little bit of comfort, and confidence, to deal with what’s in front of them.
To learn more, visit the Project Night Night website at http://projectnightnight.org/index.html.