It’s not a coincidence that attitude is part of the word gratitude. At School on Wheels, we see children every day who do not have access to things we often take for granted like food, clothing and housing. Despite having to meet these basic needs, what is always clear is the amazing attitudes our kids have. So during this time when we reflect on what we are thankful for, we wanted to share with you the things our kids are thankful for. Thanksgiving gives us all an opportunity to thank our supporters for providing hope to homeless children. Because of your time, gifts and commitment to these children, they and we have even more for which to be thankful.

With sincerest thanks and gratitude,
Sally

Here’s what some of our amazing students are thankful for this holiday season:

“I’m thankful for all of the people in the world.” – Tyler, age 5
“I’m most thankful for friends and family” – Felix, age 13
“I’m thankful for my Mom” – Jasmine 6
“I’m thankful for lights, food, flowers and grandma.” – Cindy, age 6
“I’m most thankful to be alive and that I have all my family also that God loves me.” – Larrisa, age 13
“I am mostly thankful for the family and friends that I have today.” – Bo, age 13
“I am thankful for my tutor and her boy friend.” – Jamal, age 11
“I am most thankful for having my brother, sister, mother and father in my life.” – Sabryna, age 11
“I am thankful for my Mom and my family, food and lights, and tutors and the world. “ – Quanta, age 9

Despite their situation, our  kids are thankful, most of all, for their loved ones!
Who or what are you thankful for?
Has anyone ever helped you when you were in a tough situation?

Leave a comment and let us know.