Help Me Help You Help Some Chick in Alabama
There's a teacher in Alabama who contacted me through myspace about obtaining some much needed school supplies, and I decided to help her out for three reasons.
1. Her myspace name is Caramel Delite.
2. The picture of her husband is kind of adorable. His picture (and hers) can be seen on her myspace page.
3. She's working with a great organization that helps teachers get the materials they need for their classrooms.
Here's a picture of her class:
You can donate by clicking here.
All around pretty adorable and a great way to help out some kids.
UPDATE: Thanks Renee! See what happens when you give? You get personal thanks from poor kids and very famous celebrities. And from poor, very famous celebrities (Expect a note from Kato Kaelin.)
UPDATE 2: Thank you, Ethereal Zoe. Because of you, all of those adorable children will never have the following thought: "I hate Ethereal Zoe."
UPDATE 3: Halfway there. If everybody who reads this blog contributes one dollar, we'll be there in a couple hours. Then we'll all look like big fucking heroes.
UPDATE 4: Thank you, Zane, who not only has a generous spirit on the inside, but is hot on the outside (which, in my book, is more important).
UPDATE 5: Thank you, Tyger, who I do not know, but who lives in Laguna Beach is theefore probably a Crip.
UPDATE 6: Thank you, Jenny. Jenny gave because she believes the arts are important and because I told her to - not necessarily in that order. The next time I am in Big Cabin, Oklahoma, I will personally thank you, Jenny. (I plan on being in Big Cabin several times over the next few weeks, so you should plan on seeing a lot of me.)
UPDATE 7: Thank you Serena, South City High School, and of course, the Michael Ian Black Blogger Foundation, which is a REAL foundation* that makes grants to deserving people all over the world.
*Not a real foundation.
UPDATE 8: We only need $282 more dollars to fulfill this request. A promise: the next ten people who donate will receive a Mini Cooper courtesy of Greenwich Mini Cooper in Greenwich, Connecticut. You have my word. Of course, I am in show business, and so my word is worthless.
UPDATE 9: Thank you Greg for giving, and also for incorporating a Whitney Houston quote into your donation. Well done.
UPDATE 10: Thank you Karen, Susanna, Camille, and Tara. Because of you, these children will grow up to be respectable, contributing members of society instead of bitter, angry adults recounting to their shrinks how they had nowhere to put their stuff in kindergarten.