When our kids want to help our kids, they do it in amazing and rewarding ways. How will you help the Christopher’s Haven kids?
Instead of gifts Peter Rizzotti of Sudbury donated $130.00 worth of gift cards from Target to Christopher’s Haven for his 8th Birthday!
Peter says he wants to help Christopher’s Haven and the children staying there.
Thank You so much Peter for your wonderful gift and dedication to ‘kids helping kids’ at Christopher’s Haven!
Kids at Jackson School in Newton, MA, “dressed down” and donated $1 to Christopher’s Haven.
Dan Olsen, founder of Christopher’s Haven, meets with the Helping Hands Club at the Jackson School in Newton, MA.
The students in the club have supported Christopher’s Haven with toy drives in past years and are planning a new fundraiser in 2008.
Sudbury, MA Brownie Troop 2472 donated all of their “Chores for Charity” money to Christopher’s Haven. The Brownies did chores at home for six weeks and then learned about opportunities to give, spend or save their money as part of the Penny Power Try-It. They raised more than $100. Troop Co-Leader Michelle Davis said learning about the children who have cancer and need a place to stay in Boston during their treatment “struck a chord with this group of 8-year old girls.”
Pictured from left to right: Caleigh Simons, Darcy Helsingius, Caroline Davis, Caitlin Carter, Kate Jacobs, Hannah Lepordo, Paige Wessel, Leanne Fitzpatrick, Laura Sarnie. Missing from photo is Madison Ovian.
Catherine Barber of Wayland, MA, makes beautiful blankets for children at Christopher’s Haven. Find out how you can help too.
The second graders at Loring Elementary School (100+ kids) raised money this year for Christopher’s Haven as part of their social action project. This is a picture of them presenting Christopher’s Haven with a check for $1046.75. The kids were very excited about the project and picture and hope they will “make” the Sudbury Town Crier! This was their “helping hands” social action project in which the kids talked about being thankful for their own health and did extra chores around the house to make money for those less fortunate. Loring second grade teacher Barbara Durant was the head teacher for this project.
The Girl Authority present a check to Dan Olsen, founder and president of Christopher’s Haven, for the results of their benefit concert. Find out how you can help today.
With incredible energy, talent and kindness, the girls of Girl Authority performed a benefit concert on Oct 14 for Christopher’s Haven. Three year old Bella Parrish and her parents…
For his 8th birthday, Nick Broadbent asked his friends to donate board games to Christopher’s Haven.
With the help of her friend Paige, Amanda donated more than 40 bears from her Bat Mitzvah to Christopher’s Haven for children being treated for cancer at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children.