Warner Robins, Georgia (PRWEB) April 14, 2011
Del Visionaries donates the Little Green Money Machine™ Apprentice Kit to 13-year-old, Chelsea Edwards, who was recently robbed at her drink stand in Georgia.
“Hearing about Chelsea’s story is unsettling. The discouragement that Chelsea must have felt when trying to do something good is something we all feel as entrepreneurs. Unfortunately in this day and age, safety is a major concern for our youth today,” says Del Visionaries founder and entrepreneur Anthony Delmedico.
The Little Green Money Machine is a new, interactive learning system that promotes youth entrepreneurship and helps kids learn how to set goals, set-up their first business, and lays the foundation of financial literacy and social entrepreneurship. This award winning new system includes a book and business stand for kids, tweens, and teens.
About Chelsea Edwards
Feagin Mill Middle School seventh-grader, Chelsea Edwards set up a lemonade stand at her home to raise money for her two-year-old cousin Logan Varnadoe, who will be receiving treatment for a rare intestinal disorder at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital. While sitting at her lemonade stand, a couple approached Chelsea and stole $130 from the teen and sped away in their vehicle. For more information about Chelsea’s story, visit: http://www.13wmaz.com
About Del Visionaries
Del Visionaries, LLC is a community and a movement whose goal is to educate and help our youth as well as adults in learning and experiencing entrepreneurship. Their goal is to help people become more self-reliant, self-confident and financially independent. The launch of products such as The Little Green Money Machine is a part of this goal.
Director of Public Relations
Del Visionaries, LLC