KAREN QUINCY LOBERG/THE STAR Avery Sax, a sixth-grader at Chaparral Middle School in Moorpark, and her mother, Kimber Sax, make a trip Tuesday to the rePLANET recycling center in Thousand Oaks. They recycle bottles and cans to benefit the nonprofit Avery started to help siblings of children with chronic illnesses. Sax was diagnosed with an inoperable mass in her brain.
My name is Avery Sax & I (miraculously) am 12 years old. On March 12th 2011, while celebrating my best friend's birthday, I started feeling sick. I had the worst headache of my life & was throwing up everywhere. I flew in a helicopter to Children's Hospital and, .... Click Here to Read More >>
I'm always on the go! What's next? Join me at the Celebrate Israel Festival. Israel's 65th Independence Day Festival from 10am-7pm on April 21st in Rancho Park. My "recycle with brAvery" bins will be next to every trash can in the festival as we celebrate our strength TOGETHER as support defying the odds. We will make it to 1 million cans & bottles together! And don't miss a Day of Jewish Unity! Start collecting now! Sunday April 28 at Thousand Oaks High School. We will have a collection truck and our first ever Electronic Waste recycle drive too! Come to a great festival and street fair, live music and FREE ADMISSION. Bring your recyclables - bottles, cans and Electronics! We have the power to help each other & have fun doing it. View Calendar >>
Defying the odds, achieving the dream, promoting the power of hope & triumph, and determined to change the future
Pedal on the Pier - June 2, 2013, Santa Monica Pier
Alex & Friend's Children Workshop Benefit (Make-a-Wish) -March 29 at Bright Child, Oak Park
Ability Awareness Day - April 3, 2013, Aliso Viejo
Celebrate Israel 65 Festival - April 21, 2013, Rancho Park
A Day of Jewish Unity - April 28, 2013, Thousand Oaks High School*
*Avery's 1st Electronic Waste Drive - not just cans & bottles!
re + CYCLE with brAvery apparel available...
let us know if you're interested.