Together We Rise is a charity that does incredible things for orphans and foster children that I’ve been doing work with for years as a photographer and filmmaker. It’s a great group of people making a difference in the lives of thousands. Well, some scumbag stole one of their important trailers filled with supplies from Chino California on Sunday. Help find it! Spread the word!


According to one of the charity’s founders:

On Sunday, at around 12:00 pm our Together We Rise trailer went missing. It was parked at a house in Chino,ca and we were loading it up with office furniture that was stored in the garage. After finishing loading it we headed to the office without it. When we came back, the trailer was gone. We notified the police just in case it was just towed and nothing, they said it was most likely stolen because of all the new construction going on usually draws people there for left over supplies.

Now we are without our trailer and our insurance notified us that because it didn’t happen on our property it won’t be covered.

Please spread the word guys. This is really tragic because it affects the lives of many kids in need. If you have any ideas or clues, please contact: danny@togetherwerise.org

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More about the charity: “Together We Rise is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization comprised of motivated young adults and former foster youth. Our vision is to improve the lives of foster children in America, who often find themselves forgotten and neglected by the public. We collaborate with community partners to bring resources to foster youth and use service-learning activities to educate volunteers on issues surrounding the foster care system. TWR works with hundreds of foster agencies, social workers, CASA advocates, and other partners to bring our programs to foster youth across the nation. Our foundation has allowed us to provide thousands of foster youth across the country with new bicycles, college supplies, and suitcases so that children do not have to travel from home to home with their belongings in a trash bag.”