Letitia Conliffe, Director of the Lil’ 4’s Club in Sulphur Springs, appeared on the television show The View and received cash donations amounting to $70,000, a pantry stocked with groceries, and a brand new kitchen full of brand new kitchen appliances for the Lil’ 4’s Club!
WFAA broadcasted live from the Lil’ 4’s Club to The View and presented them with a large donation of food and an additional $10,000 from HEB. The Jarrell Company also donated a brand new GE kitchen appliances to Lil 4’s. A company named Seconds & Surplus is providing them with a brand new kitchen to put the appliances in. Goodman Manufacturing is donating a brand new air conditioning system for their building. Skineez Skin Care is also donating a selection of their products to the kids at Lil 4’s along with $20,000. Grace Eleyae also donated $20,000 and a selection of their hair care products to the club. Blended Designs is also donating $20,000 cash and one of their backpacks to each of the kids.
You can watch the full video from The View above.
Letitia has created what she calls a “safe haven” for children. “Some of these children have no lights or water at home,” Letitia said. “This is the only place they can find a hot meal if they want to eat.” Lil’ 4’s is a place where kids can walk through the door after school and find a hot meal, a computer to do their homework, mentors to help them succeed in school and activities to keep them busy. Up to fifty children ranging in age from five to seventeen utilize the free services Letitia and her volunteers, Chastity and Alicia, provide.
The club is located at 200 Fuller Street.