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Way's to Support ALEA Bridge

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Every father should remember one day his son will follow his example, not his advice."

Charles Kettering

The role of a father is a powerful one indeed and for Joshua Stultz, he knew that all too well. As a child, Joshua's father was addicted to drugs and as he grew up, Joshua soon followed in his footsteps. At the age of 20, he became addicted to drugs and began selling cocaine. Upon meeting his wife and having children of his own, Joshua knew he needed to be the father to them that he never had. He joined the union and made a life for his family over the course of fifteen years, but the drugs never seemed to loosen their hold. 
One day, Joshua came home to find out that his wife was having an affair and had left him along with their children. Everything he had worked to build over fifteen years was gone in a matter of minutes. The pain he experienced from losing his family caused him to lose all hope. For the next few years, he remained on the streets, but the one thing that he held onto was the thought of his children and the promise he had made to them. A chance encounter with ALEA Bridge would be the start of him fulfilling that promise once again. 
Joshua began working with his caseworker at ALEA Bridge, discussing the bright possibilities for his family's future. However, before he was able to enroll in rehab, Joshua was arrested. While sitting in jail, he had the realization that this was the point of turnaround, not just for him, but for his children as well. Upon getting released, Joshua continued to work with his caseworker and was soon placed into a rehabilitation center where he now stays. After completing the program, Joshua hopes to have a home with his kids again and return the kindness that was shown to him by ALEA Bridge to others in the community. Joshua is setting an example that his kids will soon follow, one that shows the value of love, generosity, and hope. 
Mother Theresa once said, "If you can't feed a hundred people, then just feed one." That one will in turn feed another, who will then feed another, and then feed another. No one act of kindness stops with you. It develops a life of its own, stretching far beyond yourself leaving lasting impacts on all that it touches. Your generosity has the power to change the story of not just one man or one family, but an entire community. 

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Way's to Support ALEA Bridge

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    Foodland Give Aloha Program-
    The annual Foodland Give Aloha program launched on September 1st and will be continuing for the entire month of September! If you are looking for a fast and easy way to support ALEA Bridge, this is the way to do it. Here's how it works:
    ● Shop at your local Foodland Hawaii store.● At the checkout designate ALEA Bridge as your non-profit of choice. Our organization code is: 78891● Donate any amount up to $249 and it will be matched by Foodland!
    It's that easy! We hope you will consider supporting ALEA Bridge during your next trip to Foodland.

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    Amazon Smile-
    Amazon Smile is a great way to give back if you are a frequent online shopper. All you have to do is:
    ● Go to smile.amazon.com and sign in with your existing Amazon account or create a new one. ● Designate ALEA Bridge as your organization of choice. ● Shop! Every time you make a purchase from Amazon make sure you are on your Amazon Smile Account.
    For every purchase you make, Amazon will donate a portion of the price of eligible products to ALEA Bridge!

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    Visit our Webpage-
    A fast and easy way to support ALEA Bridge is to visit our website at: aleabridge.org and click on the option that says DONATE. On our website, you can also view the various services we offer and learn more about our mission!

    Mail-in Donations-
    Lastly, you can mail in your donations to PO Box 860277, Wahiawa, HI 96786.

MAHALO FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!