Charitable Books

These are the books that the author sends some or all of the profits of these books to a charity.

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50% of all profits from this book will go to help with the rehabilitation of other dogs who, just like Poppy, have sadly had a traumatic start in life.  Dog related Animal Rescue Centres in need of help and money.

And for ponies and horses:

Robert Eggleton

Half of author proceeds from Rarity from the Hollow is donated to Children’s Home Society of West Virginia (CHS) and help abused children living in temporary shelters. Since 1896, CHS has been finding lifetime homes for West Virginia’s children—and the need for its services has never been greater. Robert was the Director of Shelter Services for this agency in the early ‘80s and stand by its good works. Here’s its Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/chsofwv/

Children’s Home Society of West Virginia (CHS)
Children’s Home Society of West Virginia (CHS)

All children deserve a home, a family to love them, and to feel that they belong.

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Rarity from the Hollow is literary science fiction filled with tragedy, comedy and satire -- A Child
Rarity from the Hollow is literary science fiction filled with tragedy, comedy and satire -- A Child

Blurb Lacy Dawn's father relives the never-ending Gulf War, her mother's teeth are rotting out, and her best friend is murdered by the meanest daddy on Earth. Life in the hollow is hard. She has one advantage. An android comes into her life and is working with her to cure her parents. He wants something in exchange. It's up to Lacy to save the Universe. She doesn't mind, but her family and friends come first.

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Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings

Trans Kids Purple Rainbow Foundation 

"TKPRF is committed to the premise that Gender Dysphoria is something a child can’t control and it is society that needs to change, not them. Families need to support their children and be encouraged to allow them to grow-up free of gender roles.

TKPRF is committed to enhancing the future lives of TransKids by educating schools, peers, places of worship, the medical community, government bodies, and society in general, in an effort to seek fair and equal treatment for all transyouth."