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Friday, June 15, 2018

Would you like to volunteer? Youth are encouraged to give back to veterans!

Hello, Superhero Friends:

School has probably ended wherever you live. If you know a young person who would like to get involved in community service, I am looking for more youth to join my cause. I will be hosting backpack packing party in a few weeks. I am happy that my first two youth volunteers will join me in Baltimore. If you want to thank veterans along with us, I am going to share ways you can get involved. Parents can get their children involved to help our heroes!

1.Share http://www.kidtimeenterprises.com/p/donate.html?m=0 and the GoFundMe link
https://www.gofundme.com/uxs2hbcs. Ask people you know to donate at least  $5 or donate a new item listed on the page where the first link is available. If you want to become a Give Back to Veterans ambassador, please let me know. You may help whenever you would like to raise awareness about the project.

2. Collect items for veterans. We always need a supply of gently used or new coats, scarves, gloves, t-shirts and shoes. Mail them, or arrange for them to be picked up, in the Baltimore area. They cannot be stained or have holes in them. New items are appreciated, too. I have a P.O. Box where items may be mailed.

3. Host a hygiene kit donation drive in your school, office, or neighborhood. Hygiene items are listed on the donation page. They are always needed to pack Hero Bags or deliver to MCVET in Baltimore.

4. Help spread the word. If you use social media, or you are willing to email information to a list of contacts, spreading the word about calls to action is always appreciated. You may also like my page on Facebook via https://www.facebook.com/kidtimeenterprises/. Follow me on Instagram or Twitter. Please stay connected. Spreading awareness, and showing that you support veterans, helps to get more accomplished.

5. Buy any product on my website. I raise money as I sell my book or items.

6. Help connect me with stores or organizations. Do you have a contact who may sponsor items to stuff a Hero Bag or know someone who has items to donate? Please introduce them to my cause.


7. Find a local shelter or organization which helps veterans. Ask if they have a wish list. Donate whatever you can to them. If you decide not to join my cause, please consider supporting another project or organization. If you believe in the mission, get involved!

8. If you lead a youth organization, please consider creating a team building activity to learn more about veterans and why organizations like MCVET  www.mcvet.org exists.

9. Also remember to support our troops who are serving our country by writing letters, sending care packages, or simply welcoming military families to your neighborhood or school by being kind to them. Many families move around the country. Teach youth to be friendly and help them to readjust to a new environment.

10. Spread kindness as often as you can. Talk to your children about being good citizens. Show them the way.




Thank you for your interest.


Tyler Stallings
 Honorary CEO of Kid Time Enterprises, LLC
Co-creator of Give Back to Veterans


Saturday, June 9, 2018

Will you run or walk in MCVET's 5K or 10K on 6/10? Let' s help veterans in need!

Hello, Superhero Friends:

You may register for MCVET's 23rd Annual 5K/10K race on-site tomorrow. The fundraiser will be held rain or shine in Baltimore, Maryland.  Visit www.mcvet.org for details.

Thank you for supporting veterans in need!

Sincerely,

Tyler Stallings
Honorary CEO of Kid Time Enterprises, LLC

Thursday, May 31, 2018

MCVET's Homeless Veteran Stand Down is June 2-3, 2018.

Hello, Superhero Friends:

Did you know that you can connect homeless veterans to resources in Baltimore on June 2-3? All you have to do is share this information with others who may encounter them. I am proud to be an ambassador for this event. Your help to reach more veterans in need is greatly appreciated.

Thank you,


Tyler Stallings
Honorary CEO of Kid Time Enterprises, LLC


Friday, May 25, 2018

Please consider thanking a veteran by taking action.

Hello, Superhero Friends:

I hope that you are doing well. I have been busy working on several missions, but I wanted to ask if anyone would donate at least  $5 to a Twitter pal who is a disabled veteran. If just 20 people would donate to help him with a housing situation, I could match my $100 donation!  Please read his story if you are interested. Take a look via https://www.gofundme.com/3ufvxr-rising-up.

I will be back with more news soon. Please continue to thank veterans for their service. I appreciate everyone who joins me to give back to veterans. Have a great day!

Sincerely,


Tyler Stallings
Honorary CEO of Kid Time Enterprises, LLC
Co-founder of the Give Back to Veterans project

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

An update about Congressional Recognition

Dear Superhero Friends,

I would like to thank Congressman AndrĂ© Carson for sending Congressional Recognition to me because of my work in Baltimore and other parts of Maryland! I also want to thank Ms. Heather Harvey for connecting me with more resources to move forward with the Give Back to Veterans project as steps will be taken to finish nonprofit status. Ms. Harvey is a caseworker who works in Congressman Carson's office. Thank you, Indiana. I truly appreciate kindness, help, and encouragement. I sincerely care about the community.  Thank you for stopping by.

Sincerely,

Tyler Stallings 
Honorary CEO of Kid Time Enterprises,LLC
Co-creator of the Give Back to Veterans project 



Thursday, May 3, 2018

I was a speaker in New Jersey during Backpack For Life's 3rd Annual Golf Outing.

On  April 30, 2018, I headed to New Jersey with my mother to speak at Backpack For Life's 3rd Annual Golf Outing, which was held in Wayne, New Jersey at North Jersey Country Club. This was my first long road trip. It was a very exciting experience!


 I was very happy to have an opportunity to meet the founders of a  501(c)3 nonprofit which serves the homeless and at risk veteran community one backpack at a time.
Mr. Brett D'Alessandro and Ms. Alexa Modero began helping veterans to give veterans resources and hope for the future, after Mr. D'Alessandro served a 6-year term with the United States Marine Corps.

Alexa Modero, me, and Brett D'Alessandro

Similar to my Hero Bag Program, backpacks are filled with essentials, such as toiletries, clothing and resources for where to find helpful organizations. I was happy to learn about how Mr. D'Alessandro and Ms. Modero are putting veterans in contact with reputable organizations and helpful people who can assist veterans who are trying to get back on their feet.

 Additionally, Ms. Modero recently began working for the nonprofit full-time! It was great to meet so many people who are investing in veterans in New Jersey and other areas.




While attending the event, the founders of Backpack For Life committed to providing 300 backpacks to help veterans in the Baltimore area! This will enable me to share backpacks with MCVET, and save some for veterans in need that I meet on the street, or who need a backpack full of items delivered to them.

My mother and I want to thank both founders of Backpacks For Life for reaching out to me, after seeing my Little Big Shots appearance. We both witnessed their commitment to helping veterans in need. I  am very grateful for Backpack For Life's partnership and willingness to work together in the future. Working as a team to accomplish a common goal  helps everyone making a bigger impact.




You may watch a clip of my recent speech via https://vimeo.com/267596691?ref=em-share. Please visit https://youtu.be/kUMczlMKg2g to
hear Mr. D'Alessandro explain why he founded Backpacks For Life. The organization's website is http://backpacksforlife.org. If you are located in or near New Jersey, please help spread the word about this great organization. Thank you for your interest in this journey to our help veterans.

Sincerely,

Tyler Stallings
Honorary CEO of Kid Time Enterprises, LLC



Thursday, April 19, 2018

An article was written about me by Hope Wilkos.

Hello Superhero Friends,

I am happy to hear from people who are spreading the word about how I help veterans in need. Raising awareness is an important step in helping more veterans and their families who face hardships.

Please visit http://www.purefamemedia.com/one-child-opening-his-heart-to-vets/ to read Hope Wilkos's article about me. I truly appreciate it!




Tyler Stallings
 Honorary CEO of Kid Time Enterprises, LLC