Simple Charity Does Incredible Work at North Forsyth High School


Simple Charity has raised money for in many different ways this school year including the fundraisers and food drives. It has also hosted a big car wash and yard sale to boost the money raised, and the program is now well on its way to the $100,000 goal. Photo used with permission from Josh Martin.

Austin McIntosh, Staff Writer

Simple Charity is a nonprofit organization started by a movement of students at North Forsyth High School in 2014. These students feel that American schools, today’s youth, and even the majority of our culture have set far too low standards for helping other nations across the world, so they built the program to hopefully start a trend to fight against the struggles of less fortunate countries. Their ultimate goal is to raise $100,000 by the end of the school year to prove that they can make a difference. Simple Charity just wrapped up its Gospel for Asia theme, which was dedicated to funding education for illiterate women in Asia, with a remarkably successful school yard sale. The yard sale had a great turnout, and it earned $1,500 for charity, which brought the total donations from September 28 to November 8 to $6,500. One hundred percent of the money went directly to books, teachers, and translators to support the 250 million women in Asia suffering everyday with from oblivion to the world and their surroundings. Food drives and holiday donations will also be huge through the end of the year, so help out Simple Charity in any way possible. Anyone can make donations to Simple Charity’s website or learn how to get involved at