F4 Foundation, Yellowblue & TruWatch Participate in Sweet Cases Program By Together We Rise

F4 Foundation, the charitable organization supported by yellowblue™ and TruWatch, announced their recent involvement with the Sweet Cases Program by Together We Rise (TWR). The program was introduced during a landmark Super Saturday Conference that welcomed over 150 independent yellowblue™ and TruWatch dealers and consultants. During the conference, Robert Krasawski, Executive Director, F4 Foundation, explained the program, its importance, and F4 Foundation’s initial sponsorship of 60 Sweet Cases of $1700.

Sweet Cases consist of duffel bags filled with hygiene kits, blankets, coloring books, crayons and miscellaneous toys.  These duffel bags are given to some of the 500,000 children newly brought into the foster care system each year, many of whom were previously forced to carry their belongings in trash bags when being shifted from one home to another—sometimes multiple times each year.  By taking the place of a black trash bag, sweet cases help a foster child keep their belongings—and their self-worth—intact.

“When attendees walked into the main room of their latest conference, they were greeted by tables full of the sponsored empty bags, teddy bears, hygiene kits and boxes of fabric markers. Before we shared the YouTube video on Sweet Cases, a lot of people at the conference were looking at the bags and teddy bears with some confusion,” laughed Krasawski. “Once they understood the significance, and saw the hardships these young children have to endure, the passion and excitement to get involved simply exploded. I think that says a lot about the Sweet Cases Program as a whole. We can sometimes look at these duffel bags and think that they’re just duffel bags. But a child in the foster care system looks at the bag as so much more. It was a fun exercise. It’s our goal to impact each and every community we gather together in. Children’s Home and Aid, based in Chicago, received the bags and will distribute them to the foster kids of the Greater Chicago area.”

Krasawski added that F4 Foundation was able to raise a total of $3,828 due to generous contributions from independent yellowblue™ and TruWatch dealers and consultants. F4 Foundation has stated that they will use the contributions to sponsor additional Sweet Cases, continuing to help children cope with the difficult experiences of living in the foster care system. “We’re very fortunate to have the support of two great organizations like yellowblue™ and TruWatch,” Krasawski concluded. “Watching their will and selfless effort unfold for such a great cause was a humbling and inspirational experience.”


The F4 Foundation seeks to rebuild the foundations of society by promoting faith, family, freedom, and fun. If you would like to receive more information on The F4 Foundation and their involvement with the Sweet Cases Program, to make a donation, or to submit a service project recommendation please contact Rob Krasawski, Director, rob@f4foundation.com.


yellowblue™ is an innovative Eco Technologies based company helping homeowners and small-businesses conserve energy, save money and protect our environment.  yellowblue™ products are revolutionary, cutting edge and American made. For more information on yellowblue™, their involvement with F4 Foundation and a complete list of yellowblue’s™ energy saving products, please visit www.yellowbluetech.com.


TruWatch is a fire safety company specializing in affordable, safeguard solutions for your home or business.  They combine education and personalized service with best in class products. For more information on TruWatch, their involvement with F4 Foundation, and a complete list of their fire safety products please visit www.truwatch.com.


Together We Rise is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization comprised of motivated young adults and former foster youth. Their vision is to improve the lives of foster children in America, who often find themselves forgotten and neglected by the public. To learn more about Together We Rise, Sweet Cases, and their other programs, please visit www.togetherwerise.org.

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