If you went to this year's Ventura Nationals you probably saw the beautiful custom 1936 Ford that was being raffled off. That build took a year to complete and was the work of Aaron Valencia, founder of Lost Angeles Childrens Project.
I applaud the work Aaron and others are doing to help make a positive impact in the lives of impoverished youth on L.A.'s Skid Row so you can believe I was honored and extremely humbled to hear that Lost Angel's founder, Aaron Valencia, not only digs my work but also thought I'd be able to help his amazing cause.
My Dad has told me many times, "You ain't living unless you're giving." and I agree. Being able to use what you have to help others in need is where it's at. That's a reward in itself.
I met up with Aaron this morning to meet in person, get to know each other and get more familiar with LACP. We hit it off, I respect what he does and is trying to accomplish and I very much look forward to working together and helping out in any way I can. Thank you, Aaron.
For more information on Lost Angels Children's Project cost their site, www.lostangelscp.org
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