Zumba for a Cause, March 2017

Last night we came together at the Halo Studios for a “zumba for a cause” class. All participants brought donations of gently used/new girls dresses to help stock our Handled with Care Boutique Event on April 21st. We collected 30 dresses, shoes and accessories and had so much fun! This boutique will allow low income Read More …

March 26th Orientation

Our March 25 orientation had 33 people attend and they were from over 14 schools!  We encourage anyone to attend that wants to learn how to get involved with KHK.  We had lots of questions and some great new project ideas.  Our next orientation will be in April!

Sorting Dresses for the Boutique

 “Handled With Care Dress Boutique” is one of our biggest spring projects benefitting young girls. This weekend 19 KHK volunteers came together to sort and organize hundreds of dresses in preparation for the event on April 21st. Also, new dress collections will be starting soon. We invite you to start looking through your closets for gently worn fancy dresses Read More …

Yummy Taco Night at Inspirica

On a Tuesday evening (February 28th, 2017), Kids Helping Kids ambassadors welcommed 40 Inspirica’s Early Childhood & Parenting Program guests to a delicious “Taco Night” event. Kids had fun making their own tacos with different toppings and enjoy a night of book reading. We also had a creative arts and crafts project where kids made bookmarks to Read More …

Karate Day!

On Friday, February 17th Kids Helping Kids in conjunction with The Dojo of Stamford taught karate to approximately 100 kindergarten to third grade age students at the Yerwood Center in Stamford, CT. Multiple groups of 20 kids had a chance to sit down with youth instructors and learn about karate. After that kids learned some basic Read More …

Parenting tips to help you foster entrepreneurial qualities while doing community service

Entrepreneur Magazine shares five parenting tips to help you foster entrepreneurial qualities in your kids.  Tomorrow’s business leaders and startup founders will be today’s young kids whose parents have raised them with an entrepreneurial spirit — a skill that is increasingly important as young people flood the startup world and the freelance economy grows. As a parent, you Read More …