Charity drive interest? Talledega national forest
I am curious as to what interest there is in a charity drive in northeast Alabama, starting in the south side of the national forest and proceeding all the way to the northern end of it. I was thinking anyone who comes gives like, ten bucks, and any proceeds go to an Anniston ministry in which i have become a part of called Renovation Ministries. RM brings in youth groups from around the country to do Bible clubs in west Anniston, seeking to share Christ and by that help to reduce gang violence and drug crimes and generally make life better for the people there. This helps the kids and teenagers of west Anniston, but it also changes the kids who come in from churches.
So i wanted to see if anyone was interested in participating in such a thing. The trails aren't hardcore, just forest service roads, but they are almost entirely dirt, and often washed out in ruts and small mud holes. I believe we'd have to stop and camp somewhere on the way, though there are many exits from the forest to get supplies in many nearby towns, or even stay in a hotel. It'd be a bring your own supplies thing.
It's not a guaranteed thing, just an idea.
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