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Teenagers rent out Parma Motor-Vu to raise money for foster kids

Posted: 10:33 PM, Nov 16, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-17 00:33:57-05

PARMA, ID — Eagle High School students Quinn and Megan Williams are uniquely helping other kids. As former foster kids themselves, they wanted to give other kids fun experiences they might not otherwise have.

They rented out the Parma Motor-Vu theater on Friday and Saturday night to raise money and awareness for foster children.

The students started their own non-profit by hosting a film fundraiser last year. Now they are hoping to raise enough money to purchase a fifteen-passenger van to take other kids to events like Boise State football games, road trips, and more.

"When I was in foster care, we weren't able to have as much fun as kids out of foster care so what we want to do is give kids who are still stuck in the system the same experience we're having that they don't get to have right now," said Quinn Williams, fundraiser organizer.

To find more information, head here, fosterforfoster.com .