The Kids Helping Kids Quarterly Birthday Bash Can you think of one of the most important celebrations a child might want to experience? Yup, their birthday. Yet, there are children who live among us, whose families don’t have the resources or family structure to be able to give that special gift to their little ones. Would you like to do something about that?
Come on down to Inspirica and be a part of a very special celebration for resident kids whose birthdays fall in the last three months. We will have loads of games to play, sweet treats to eat, songs to sing and general fun that you can make happen yourself with a child. It is going to be a great event and we hope you can be part of this special evening — you will make a real difference in the lives of these kids. The hardest part of the time we spend with the kids is when we have to say goodbye.
There are so many ways to be involved: playing games; reading to the younger kids, setting up the food table; picture taking, making sure every child has a volunteer friend to have some fun. We don’t always know who will be joining us, so there is a bit of spontaneity involved which makes it fun too. We encourage your ideas for games as well, but don’t worry, we’ll have game supplies there too. We hope you can bring your smiling faces, your willingness to roll up your sleeves and the desire to make a child feel very special.
Want to help sponsor a party? We need money for games, refreshments, food, arts & crafts, paper goods, movie tickets for the older kids and more. Please help and donate for this wonderful event by contacting us.
Birthday Bash: September 26, 2017
Note: Inspirica does not allow us to have students that attend the Stamford Public School system due to confidentiality reasons. Please consider baking cupcakes instead.
WE NEED CUPCAKES TO TOP OFF THE PARTY! ~ We would like to have at least 2 people making 24 nut free cupcakes each. Great way to be involved even if you can’t attend. Please register above, fill out info and just click on the option to donate cupcakes.
Behind the Idea: Billy and Jack Schulz were the brainchild behind this event back in 2009 and led this project for 4 years. They designed the flow of the event, came up with the games, idea of making cards, movie tickets for the older kids that wold not attend the party and the youth making the cupcakes. We promoted every party so KHK volunteers would help make the event special and even have a DJ at some of the parties. In November 2013, they handed this project over to Youth Ambassadors, Megan Hagarty and Reilly Marzen and in May 2016, Reilly, Tyler and Ali Marzen took the reins over with Judy Marzen as our Adult Facilitator! Thank you for all you do to make this special event a success for all the kids that attend
See photos from some our previous birthday parties: