Last month I wrote about the practical ways to prevent child abuse and help at risk youth. Read here.
And someone I met in the human Trafficking class accepted the call and came to my house and hung out with the girls last Friday night.
It was a good night. We made cookies, ate raw cookie dough, danced to music videos (the girls did), watched Pitch Perfect 2, and sang along to all the songs.
Most times the difference you make in someone else's life is in the regular mundane everyday things.
There wasn't kicking down doors and rescuing girls from abusers or what ever people think it takes to make a difference. Sometimes watching a movie with someone is enough.
Helping being part of making a positive memory will go a long way.