Making a Warmth of Difference

Making a Warmth of Difference

Kids Helping Kids by Way Inc. is hosting their annual “Making a Warmth of Difference” Holiday benefit at the world renowned Oheka Castle.

on December 7th 2017 at 6:00 PM

KIDS HELPING KIDS Celebrating their 20th YEAR ANNIVERSARY (1997-2017)

Cocktail Reception, Dinner/Dance with great entertainment. It will defiantly be a night to remember!

“Heroes”

The Long island based Kids Helping Kids organization needs your valued support. This year’s “Making a Warmth of Difference” benefit called Heroes, Sponsored by NY Auto Giant, will be held on Thursday December 7th at Oheka Castle to support 11-year-old Bobby Nawrath who suffers from a severe form of Treacher-Collins-Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that left him without ears or cheekbones and an undersized jaw. Please help Bobby by making a reservation or financial Donation.

Call (516) 249-9449 or email us at happykidsclub@aol.com for further information.

Here’s how you can help make a difference this holiday season:

  1. Corporate Sponsorship
  2. Full color souvenir journal ad tributes
  3. Ticket Reservations
  4. Financial Donation
KHK Benefite Recipient

This year’s 2017 Kids Helping Kids Benefit Benefactor is 11-year-old Bobby Nawrath who suffers from a severe form of Treacher-Collins-Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that left him without ears or cheekbones and an undersized jaw.

See Bobby's Story
KHK Most Valuable Helper

Pictured above is Toni Anne Fardette and Michelina Raczka from NY Auto Giant with last year’s Most Valuable Kids Helping Kids Junior member, Christina Fiordimondo.

NY Auto Giant Logo

Kids Helping Kids is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that encourages philanthropy in young people. KHK members have spent thousands of volunteer hours via a variety of programs with a vision, dedication and a drive that addresses various community and individual needs for those kids most in need.. Our winter apparel program provides new branded winter apparel across various Long Island agencies such as the Salvation Army, Nassau County Social Services, C,A,S,A, The Mary Brennan INN and many more.

MISSION STATEMENT: If we as kids can teach the youth of America to help each other at such a young age, Kids Helping Kids, imagine what we can do for each other when we become teenagers and adults. After all, the youth of today is America’s future tomorrow. Kids Helping Kids, “Making a World of Difference”

KIDS HELPING KIDS Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kids-Helping-Kids/124961591019085