Maggie Lee For Good 

Khaki Fair Video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_0sWAvpAK5Y

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You Tube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYk3VlOpXk8

 

 

 

 

 

Duck Dynasty'sSadie Robertson threw out the first pitch for Shreveport Little League's Maggie Lee for Good Invitational benefitting Maggie Lee's Closet in April.

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Al Roker!!!

STORIES MLFG 2K10

-$10,000. Donation made in Maggie Lee's name- Community Foundation (SRV,BOS, LA)

Linda Tatum- Took time after work Friday to assist a co-worker who was in desperate need of help. (Tyler, TX)

-Caddo Middle Magnet School- Collected 200 shoes, 100 coats and Donation for The American Heart Association (SRV,LA)

-Grace Christian School- Welcomed home Troops at DFW (Dallas, TX)

-Doucet Family- Raised $360.00 for Rinky, our World Vision Child in India thru their art show (Flower Mound, TX)

-Mazzanti Clan- Donated items for Troops at Glenwood Tearoom (SRV, LA)

-DeAcetis Family- Baked cookies for firemen (Libertyville, IL)

Belinda Warren- Donation to KGLY, (Tyler, TX)

.AWESOME STORIES FROM ML4G-2009

For pictures and article from Shreveport-Bossier Christian family, click here:http://www.bluetoad.com/publication/?i=49151&p=9

ML4G T-shirt sales made $1,260. for Watering Malawi- An organization which digs wells, changes entire villages and in turn frees girls Maggie Lee's age from the task of gathering water which enables them to get an education!

 

Amy Peters Necklaces raised $1,300. to dig wells in Africa, $1,000. for brain injury patients, $250.00 for Batson Children's in Jackson, $300.00 for the Catholic Charity The Gabriel Project for unwed mothers and $350.00 for the new fbcs youth building.

BOSSIER CITY, LA- Sari writes about working at her apartment complex when the groundskeeper asked if he could run across the street to buy the lawn guys fruit punch, ice and cups, (out of his own pocket) She said,"Sure."

Then he added, "I try to do a good deed for Maggie Lee every day. There's my ***MAGGIE LEE*** for the day!"

SHREVEPORT, LA - First Baptist Church School, Middle School helped with the 81st Street Early Childhood Education Learning Fair

ATLANTA, GA - Jackie had a MLFG Dinner Party where her special guests are invited to bring donations, clothes and toiletries to donate to the Atlanta Women's Shelter; the only day time shelter for homeless women and children.

TROPHY CLUB, TX - The 7th grade Destination Imagination Team participated in  "Project Outreach," in which they collected $ for CD players and CD's to donate to Children's Hospital, Dallas. They have researched brain injuries and discovered that music often stimulates mood and brain function in recovering patients. This was Maggie Lee's DI Team in the 3rd grade and they are dedicting this year's efforts to Maggie Lee.

 

DALLAS, TX - Gina and Keaton are welcomed home troops at DFW Airport in Dallas, Reagan & GRACE ACADEMY is holding a food drive

 

Ft. Worth, TX - Colleen, Andrea and Kathy held a lemonade stand which raised over 5,000!

 

PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL - Dana at Woodlawn UMC Children's Ministry held a clothing drive

 

HOUSTON, TX - St. Thomas Moore Catholic School held a Mass in Maggie Lee's name where the written good deeds of all students will be placed in a box on the altar

 

LOS ANGELES, CA - Dave helped feed the homeless

 

DENVER, CO - Lisa is becoming a "Big Sister," to an at-risk child. Go Lisa!

 

TROPHY CLUB, TX - Lakeview Elementary is having a Maggie Lee For Good WEEK!!!! and donating food items to the Northwest Area Food Bank

 

SHREVEPORT, LA - Cosse and Silmon Orthodontics helda canned food drive benefitting, "The HUB Urban Homeless Ministry."..the biggest contributor got an IPOD...and they matched each can with a  donation

 

CARROLTON, TX - Bent Tree Bible Fellowship MOPS (Mothers Of Preschoolers,) Group collected a donation to send to "My Friend's House," Children's Shelter in Plano

 

ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Denise and FBC, St. Pete's Children's Ministry took snack bags to The Ronald McDonald House

 

SHREVEPORT, LA - Stephanie and First Pres. Preschool is made treat bags for the Families of Providence House

 

JETS Football organization- Held a canned-food drive benefitting area food pantries

 

FBChurch School - Preschool; Collecting Books for Providence House, Collected dog treats and donations for Robinson's Rescue

 

Trophy Club, TX - Northwest High School's Honor Society Raised money for the Northwest Texas Food Bank

Shreveport, LA - First Baptist Church School grades stuffed Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes by the dozen, Held a "Maggie Lee For Good," Fair at 81st St.Early Childhood Education Center, Collected Books for Providence House, Made Bracelets, Entertained Younger kids by acting out stories and held a canned food drive benefitting the Shr-Bossier Rescue Missi

-In Ft. Worth Colleen and Andrea raised $4,000.oo at a lemonade stand which they donated to Cook's Chi

-In Austin, a lawyer took on a case pro-bono in honor of Maggie Lee

-In Paris, Sara gave baguettes to the homeless under the Eiffel Tower

-In Tifton, GA, Annie Bell Clark EL. Raised nearly 2,000. cans of food for the food bank.

-In Atlanta, Jackie raised over $600. and an SUV full of clothes for the Atlanta Women's Day Shelter

-In Natchitoches, LA, a gentleman paid the electric bill of an elderly woman...

and the stories just KEEP COMING!!!!!

Please email your stories and pictures!

jinnyhenson@gmail.com

 


Maggie Lee For Good began as a facebook group when Kelly Alamon posted the idea on Maggie Lee's Caringbridge website. She thought it would be great to have 1300 people commit to a good deed. Within 24 hours, the group had increased to 1500 people and the goal of 13,000 members was suggested.

Maggie Lee For Good is well on its way to reaching that goal. Thank you for your interest and for joining us in remembering this amazing young lady whose tragic death reminds us all that life is precious and kindness matters.

The name Maggie Lee For Good comes from her favorite Broadway play, Wicked, whose song, "I Have Been Changed For Good," was sung at Maggie Lee's Celebration of Life Service on August 6th at FBC, Shreveport.

Maggie Lee was the kind of young lady who creatively loved people. Whether it was asking her mom to pull over and buy a hamburger for a homeless person or sticking up for a friend, she made the world a better place with her presence.

Our hope is that whether you bake cookies for a lonely neighbor, donate your time at a homeless shelter or food kitchen or just take the time to listen to your kids as you drive them home from school, that October the 29th will be a significant day for you.

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