When a group of high school students, known as “The Funks,” decided to raise money for a local elementary school by dressing up as pirates and hijacking the school bus, they didn’t just throw a costume party, they put their names on the bus and donated it.
It’s a charity that’s already been featured on the cover of The Onion.
The Funks are known for making funny videos and social media posts.
They’ve raised more than $60,000 for an elementary school and donated to several other schools, including one in Mississippi, where they live.
But for some kids, they are known as pirates, pirates for charity and pirates for the streets.
The students have taken their act to the street, and some of them even have their own pirate bands.
It is a practice that is spreading like wildfire among children.
Kids can make a donation to a local school by visiting the local charity center and entering the appropriate code.
And some schools have begun to turn to the pirates to donate to local causes.
This year, the Kids for Justice Fund of North Dakota raised more $9,811 for a school in the city of Grand Forks, according to a report in The Grand Forck Dispatch.
The fund is made up of several charities and they’re hoping to raise $25,000 this year.
The goal is to get the kids dressed up as their favorite characters, like Captain Hook or Princess Leia, and donate the money to their cause.
Kids for justice also offers online games, and this year, they’re partnering with an online gaming company called Gamerz, which has the capability to donate donations directly to local organizations, according the paper.
“We’ve been a gamer since we were kids and our friends who are gamers are awesome people and they really like our games and their games and they want to support us in doing it and that’s a huge motivation,” said one of the Gamers, who requested not to be named.
“They’re so happy that we can support the kids who are getting the opportunity to do it.”
The Gamers have donated more than 50 percent of their profits to local charities, according their website.
The group also sponsors a monthly charity event called Geek Nights, where kids can make their own custom-made costumes for the kids to donate.
“It’s just fun, it’s like playing a video game or something,” said a 13-year-old from the group.
“Just the fun of making something and putting it on and being able to see what everyone else can do.
That’s really what we’re all about.”
Another 13-yo girl said, “I was just thinking about all of the little kids that go through school every day and they have to be a little bit older than us, so it’s just nice to be able to give something back.”
A 17-year old said, They can do a lot for the community, and to me, that’s what it is.
“What they’re doing is really awesome,” said another 13-yr-old.
“Because they’re giving their time and money to something that they believe in and I don’t have to worry about anything.”
Kids forjustice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that is focused on helping kids from low-income families, including students who are uninsured, who are homeless and who are struggling financially.
“This is what we do.
We’re trying to do good,” said 13-youth member Amanda Ruppert.
“I’m a huge fan of all of our acts and the fun that they bring to the table, and that they’re helping kids get ahead.”