Kids’ Club have a busy May, raise more money to end hunger

The philanthropic youth associated with the Parker Kids’ Club have once again pulled through for Hunger Free Colorado. The Prairie Crossing Elementary School chapter of the self-organized group hosted a “Dishing Up Change” fundraiser at their Parker school on May 6, 2015.

The evening started with a food buffet and a few words from T.J. Berry, the president of the Kids’ Club, as well as team members from Hunger Free Colorado.

Attendees enjoyed their meal.

Attendees enjoyed their meal.

 

After dinner there were games and activities for every interest. From plate painting to bowling and squirt guns to hula hoop jumping, there was definitely something for everyone!

Kids use paints to decorate Hungry for Change plates.

Kids use paints to decorate Hungry for Change plates.

Kids' Club members and friends played a game where a ball was tossed into the hula hoops.

Kids’ Club members and friends played a game where a ball was tossed into the hula hoops.

 

With nearly 100 people in attendance, the kids was able to raise more than $800 to support our mission.

The Kids' Club raised and donated $830 to Hunger Free Colorado.

The Kids’ Club raised and donated $830 to Hunger Free Colorado.

 

The Parker Kids’ Club also recently hosted a garage sale and food stand, which raised $284. Combined, their fundraising activities during the month of May brought in a total of $1,114.

Thanks to the Kids’ Club for their continued support to ensure no Coloradan goes hungry!

If interested in hosting your own fundraiser for Hunger Free Colorado or volunteering your time to end hunger, please contact us at info@hungerfreecolorado.org.

 

 

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