Prudential Cambridge Realty donated $100 from their Sunshine Kids Fund on October 8, 2013 to the Pathway House in honor of Peyton Sorrow's Lemon "aid" stand donation request.
During Greenwood Pathway House’s Cold Weather Shelter program, 9 year old Peyton Sorrow asked his parents if he could help serve the homeless. This past summer, Sorrow set up a lemon”aid” stand with the hold of his friend Jordan Miller. Together they raised $50 in one afternoon.
“I decided to do a lemon”aid” stand because I thought they could use some money to help with supplies for the homeless”, said Sorrow. “I want everyone to know that God loves them”.
According to the Greenwood Pathway House, there were around 200 students considered homeless during the 2012/2013 school year in Greenwood County. Families have been found sleeping in cars, high school students wash their clothes in the school locker rooms, and many of these children leave school not knowing where they will sleep at night.
Greenwood Pathway House desires to provide the homeless with a structured pathway to physical, social and financial stability so they can become self-sufficient and provide for their family.
Thanks to the efforts of Peyton Sorrow and businesses like Prudential Cambridge Realty, lives of many can be drastically improved.