There is a popular frozen yogurt chain in our area called Sweet Frog. Regardless of the temperature outside, this fill-your-own sweet creamy dessert shop is full of kids. You’ll find sports teams celebrating a win or consoling a loss after a game; birthday parties where kids can indulge in a dinner-ruining
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This year marks Let’s Help Kids 7th year – lucky seven to all of us. We’ve learned. The biggest lesson is that our organization does make a difference. We see it in the smiles of the children we help, in the letters
In 2017, Let’s Help Kids will be pushing its initiative to find more ways to teach children how to become philanthropists. The goal is to build communities of givers. A study published by the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that is best known for its AmeriCorps
This Tuesday is election day. Let’s Help Kids is a non-partisan organization. But we vote. We vote for kids.
We urge you to exercise your rights as a US citizen to be heard, to be counted, to express your opinion. We also ask that you vote with an eye not
Parents are always looking for the one feature that will give their children a leg up in life. For many, it’s directing their kids into sports, music lessons, art, summer classes, or foreign language. Take your pick. But turning your preschooler into Picasso may not secure their future success as
March in Washington DC brings a riot of color along DC’s famous tidal basin. Over 3,000 cherry trees blossom in a symbol of spring and friendship between Japan and the United States. But for us at Let’s Help Kids, spring brings our gala where we fill a ballroom with balloons
Let’s Help Kids is always brainstorming ways that as a small, growing organization we can impact the greatest number of kids in our community.
One of our supporters came up with the idea of collecting gently used Halloween costumes and distributing them to families who couldn’t afford them for their
I know how to ride a bike and I own one — yay me, big deal. A 2013 survey found that over 90% of Americans have this skill. However, my bike riding ability made an early contribution to my life — it allowed me to get a job and a good one.
This week, Let’s Help Kids helped 10 more deserving kids go to a week of summer day camp. That’s 10 kids who will each spend 1 week playing outside, trying new activities, meeting new people, engaging with caring adults, laughing, playing, and having fun.
This week the parents of those
Rachel, our founder, was highlighted on the DC FOX 5 Channel as part of their Pay It Forward series. We could not be more proud of her!