You’ve thought about it, maybe in a fight with your parents or when school got tough. Although, you stuck through it. The kids at Runaway City didn’t, they ran away from everything they knew to start again. Go to a new place where nobody knew their name.
Runaway City, founded by Mike Sharpe. Years ago Mike’s daughter ran away in the middle of the night, leaving no rules as to where he was going. The completely devastated Mike decided he would set out to find his only daughter. Mike used his family inheritance to bring in a team people to help find her. Although along his journey, he found other runaways. All of them begging him not to tell anyone they they had found them.
Mike decided that in respect of his daughter, he wouldn’t tell anyone about the other kids. Except Mike had to help them somehow. So he created Runaway City, for all of those kids who didn’t like their life before and wanted to start again. Every week he brings in new receipts, in the never ending search for his own daughter. But soon Mikes inheritance would run out, he made a rule. Kids over 15 would have to make money for the hose and younger his would have to maintain it.
About Runaway City:
Located in a remote forrest in Idaho. Runaway City was a completely hand made camp, made in 1988. Later purchased by Mike Sharpe.
For Children aged 10-15:
At Runaway City, you will be expected to cook and clean for the house. Keep the grounds looking friendly. Just because you are young doesn’t mean you can slack off.
You will have to make a weekly income of $450. Runaway City will take $200 of that and use it to keep up with the demands of the house. The other $250 can be used to save up for when you are on your own.