Happy Hearts Dinner Auction
CPTC McGavick Center 5:00 P.M.
2nd Read Across America
Distribute 2,000 books
16th St. Patrick’s Day
Dance and Celebration
7:00 – 11:00 P.M.
21st Cops vs Teachers at Lakes H.S.
Doors opens at 5:00 P.M.
15th Cruising for Kids
(Limited number of tickets)
Collect lost and found from 28 schools/sort and wash
3rd 9:00 A.M.
Ready to Learn Fair Clover Park High School
6th 5:00 P.M.
Ready to Learn Celebration Springbrook Park
8th 5:00 P.M.
Ready to Learn Celebration Tillicum Community Center
September Back to School
8th Ram Takeover “Oktoberfest”
4:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
1st Color Book and Crayon Drive Starts
30th Deliver color books and crayons to food banks and community organizations.
6th Set-up for Holiday Fair
7th Holiday Fair at Hudtloff Middle School
4th Happy Hearts Dinner Auction
CPTC McGavick Center 5:00 P.M.
If you are attending the Happy Hearts Dinner Auction ($40), St. Patrick’s Day Dance ($15) or Cruising for Kids ($100) please purchase your tickets in advance. Diane Formoso 253-279-9777 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cops vs Teachers
SUPPORT CARING FOR KIDS:
Caring For Kids is an organization that started over 40 years ago with a little girl who boarded Diane Formoso’s bus on a cold morning without a coat. Her act of kindness soon evolved into a lifeline for needy students in Clover Park, Steilacoom and University Place schools. CFK has provided tens of thousands of children with clothing, school supplies, shoes, food, Christmas presents and more. Keep Diane’s mission alive by coming to this event and supporting her cause.
PRIVILEGE TO DISTRIBUTE THESE MATERIALS, CLOVER PARK
Thank you to all who helped Caring For Kids during the 2018 year! We could not have helped the “Kids” without your generous heart!
Watch for our 2018 statistics page to be published soon.
The Happy Hearts Auction is Saturday, February 2nd, at the McGavick Center. Join us for $40 per ticket and be a part of our major fundraiser of the year.
FREE! FREE! FREE!
- Good used clothing (some new clothes and shoes)
- New backpacks, school supplies and hygiene products
- Sports physicals (secondary students only)
- Immunizations – Franciscan Health
- Books & More!
- Free lunch
- Resource Booths
- Bike helmets – West Pierce Fire Department
Registration will be at the door
Who: Only students (including new kindergarten students) and families attending Steilacoom, University Place, or Clover Park School Districts who qualify for free or reduced lunch at school.
What: The Ready to Learn Fair is held to assist kids in need as they get ready for school in Clover Park, University Place and Steilacoom School Districts.
Where: Clover Park High School- PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE SCHOOL!
11023 Gravelly Lake Drive S.W. Lakewood WA
9:00 am – 1:00 pm– (for parents and families)
What Parents Need to Know:
We will have volunteers on the floor assisting the families as they enter the hallway for supplies and the gymnasium for clothing. Please do not stay longer than necessary. This is not fair to the other families waiting in line. We need to keep lines moving. Please park in the 112th street parking lot and remember that Clover Park School District is a non-smoking facility, which includes the school grounds. Thank you for your cooperation.
Check out our website at www.carekids.org
Important: Remember to bring your current immunization records if your child needs shots.
Clover Park School District does not sponsor this event/activity/offer and assumes no responsibility for it. In consideration for the privilege to distribute these materials, Clover Park School District shall be held harmless from any cause of action filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including all costs, attorney’s fees and judgments or awards.
Kids get a good start with school from the Ready to Learn Fair which provides them with good used clothing, school supplies, hair cuts, immunizations, eye screening, hygiene products, books to read, food and a host of other small services.
It’s August 8, 2015 from 9am to 1pm at Lochburn Middle School.
For more info look for the Ready to Learn Fair link under Events, or just click here.
Story at NEAtoday by Angela Harvey
During her years as a school bus driver, it upset Diane Formoso to see some children without coats or proper shoes shivering in the chilly morning air as they waited for her bus. She reached out to several of these students, buying them jackets, shoes, or Christmas presents. Her actions quickly grew into a clothing bank that Formoso opened at an elementary school.
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