Kids Helping Kids is a youth led not for profit with a mission to develop leadership skills through youth-led service projects. Come learn about how you can get involved by attending an orientation!


Kids Helping Kids will have a Buddy Bracelets table at the Salvation Army’s Touch-A-Truck event where we will be helping kids make rainbow bracelets to get them thinking about the impact they can make in other kids lives.


Hi, I’m Christine and I’m the lead ambassador for Skate with Success! I am on Team USA for synchronized ice skating and want to share my love for the sport with others. On July 31st we want to give kids the opportunity to enjoy a new sport that they may not have had the chance to try before.


My name is Matthew and for as long as I can remember I always loved using LEGOs, whether I was building a figure or just having fun. I always enjoyed the feeling of excitement I get after build something amazing. I wanted to lead this project to share my love of building with LEGOs with kids who may not have access to them.

“Smiles For School” is a Kids Helping Kids project for elementary aged kids entering grades 1-5 that is run every August. This is a project that was started by a 1st grader, Conor, who wanted to help other kids that could not get their own school supplies.
Have an idea? All of our projects are initiated by students and we invite you to bring your idea to a Spark a Project meeting at our KHK Office or have a quick conference call instead!  We will help you take your ideas and create a project!

CARING CARDS~ ongoing project

My name is Grace Targonski and I started Caring with Grace. I am 12 years old and I help children affected by cancer. One of the things I do to bring a smile to pediatric cancer patients in this difficult time is to bring them homemade cards. I hope you can help me by making some kind cards!

CLOTHES TO KIDS~ ongoing project

Ongoing project collecting clothes for kids together with “Clothes to Kids of Fairfield County”. Our KHK lead ambassador, Caroline Benjamin, has spent countless hours and days this summer helping set up the clothing boutique, Clothes to Kids of Fairfield County, with a mission to provide new and quality used clothing to low-income or in-crisis school age children in Fairfield County, free of charge.

Tutor and Teach ~ Mon & Wed 6:30-8PM, Sat 10-1, Mon – Thurs, 4-6pm Stamford & Bridgeport