I came up with an idea for a charity a while back. I know that a lot of inner-city young children are not able to attend extracurricular activities due to the family not being able to afford fees or transport the children.As a result, the bored children usually start getting involved in gangs at a young age. So, here's my idea: We have a free, co-ed, "scouting" group. It requires no books, fees, or uniforms. We have drivers to pick up and drop off the children if the parents can't do it. I want to have the ages from 6-11 and you advance each year. At the weekly 90-minute meeting, the children are served healthy snacks and do activities pertaining to the month's "theme" which could be anything from sports to making a knot quilt to making kites. We would send home a letter to the parents explaining how you can extend the activity at home in a low-cost way. And every so often (when we can get enough donations) we would take the kids to some sort of activity, a play or something. We might even start a free summer camp. So, is this a good idea?