Lend a Hand
Many of the cardmakers are struggling in one way or another. Whether it be finding a job in a certain field or getting a new pair of shoes, they could use a little help.
We also know that many of you want to help our inspiring cardmakers so we've created this social good marketplace. Below you will find a list of items that each of our cardmakers needs. Please email us if you are able to help. We are also always open to creative ideas of ways you can volunteer or help Second Story Cards grow. We look forward to hearing from you.
Eric's main mode of transportation was this bicycle. Unfortunately it got stolen recently. Eric needs a new bike (and bike lock) to help him get around Washington, DC. He's 6'3" so he needs a large frame bicycle.
UPDATE: Eric received a bike and bike lock. Huge thanks to Joe in Dupont for helping him out.
Ken is a moving speaker, gifted writer/interviewer, photographer, and has the quintessential voice for podcasts and narrations. He's actively looking for contract opportunities to help provide much needed income. You can learn more about his work here.
UPDATE 9/2020: With the pandemic still dramatically impacting our day to day lives, Ken's ability to earn an income has been greatly diminished. If you have any type of work that you think Ken might be able to help with, please let us know. Aside from the areas mentioned above, he is open to part-time or temporary work. He mentioned an interest in light wharehouse or clerical work.
Great news! Dana has housing right now, but does need a few items. Right now Dana could use some plates and bowls and possibly some other basic housewares.
We're thrilled that last August Levester finally found housing after more than a decade on the street in our nation's capital. One thing that Levester really wants right now is a humidifier. Humidifiers add moisture to the air and help prevent dryness of the skin, nose, throat, and lips. They can also ease some of the symptoms caused by the flu and common colds.
UPDATE: Levester received a humidifier! Thanks to those who reached out and offered to donate one to him.