Kids For Their Community was created to provide safe, fun and convenient ways for children to participate in community service.
To instill in children a lifelong passion for and commitment to community service resulting in better kids and better communities.
A Word from the Founder
Community service was an integral part of my childhood and made an enormous impact on my life. From volunteering at the Food Bank, to delivering meals to people in need, to rebuilding houses for the poverty-stricken via Appalachia Service Project (ASP), I gained so much more than I ever gave. I wanted that for my children, but found it difficult and time-consuming to find age-appropriate, convenient opportunities for my children to volunteer.
Thus was born Kids For Their Community (KFTC). By partnering with local charitable organizations that do amazing work and are in need of volunteers, we are able to provide a safe, fun and convenient way for children and their families to give back to their community. And, in addition, we can educate the children on the importance of community service and give them a chance to see the "big picture" in how their efforts truly make a difference. They can celebrate, share and be recognized for their efforts.
KFTC will host periodic children’s volunteer events where families can participate in a variety of volunteer service projects. The children will receive Volunteer Passports in which they can receive stamps for the volunteer service projects that they perform both at KFTC events and within their communities.
Handcrafting Note Cards for Providence Animal Center
January 28, 2017
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Providence Animal Center
555 Sandy Bank Road
Media, PA 19063
KFTC is excited to partner with Providence Animal Center (PAC). PAC plans to host a series of educational/volunteer events for KFTC families. For our inaugural event we will be hand-crafting notecards that will be sold at the Center to benefit the animals. Staff at PAC will educate the children on how they help animals in need and how KFTC families can support their efforts. Special resident dogs will join us.