Donate to James Ward's Education

James told Ellen about his efforts to raise money for college, and you can help! You can find out more about James' story and donate through PayPal right here!

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308 days ago

Your blog is truly sensational as always. Great work. Keep it up. Looking forward to reading some more of your blog postings.
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Lisa Eckman
311 days ago

I just watched the homeless to Howard story and it made me cry. My three children and I are going to be homeless any day now. James Ward's advice, saying it's okay to ask for help and that it's not something to be embarrassed about, couldn't have come at a more perfect time. I've been asking for help. Hearing "We don't have the funds to help..." or "We don't have room..." or (the worst) silence is very disheartening.

Ellen's advice "Don't give up!" just brought me to tears. While I don't plan on giving up, it can be quite difficult knowing exactly what to do.

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