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The Handled with Care Boutique is on April 22 ~ We are collecting gently used and new prom, bar/bat mitzvah, homecoming, bridesmaid attire, and evening wear for middle and high school girls.
Every Kids Helping Kids project is initiated, managed and led by middle and high school youth. Our members plan, implement and then reflect before during and after each project.
Our mission is to develop leadership skills through youth-led service projects.  We empower students to take their passion and turn it into action to make a difference in the lives of other kids!
KHK_BreadBake_PC 2015 Bread Bake… What a success! Over 2,300 breads made and sold. Over 420 delivered to those in need. 
   Sign up below to get involved and you will get an email to give you more details!  If you want to bake, go to the same sign up and pick your shift.  All bakers need to sell as well!  We want you to be part of the team so we will have all bakers take home a minimum of 16 breads that night! (1990 West Main Street Store)
(3 Shifts: 4-6pm opportunity to bake, package & posters; 5-7pm opportunity to bake, packaging and distribution; 7-9pm packaging and distribution) we encourage you to presell and you will see how easy it is. Remind people that they can donate a bread and we will have our Cocoa Committee deliver those to people standing in line waiting for their free turkey on Tuesday, Nov. 24 9:30-11:30am (8 Woodland Place Stamford)
 

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KHK will partner with Grade A ShopRite for the third year to bake hundreds of loaves of pumpkin bread.  The students go to family and friends to sell them everywhere as well as one can buy loaves for people in need and KHK will deliver them to local families in need at shelters.   All proceeds directly fund KHK youth-led projects that help other kids in need.

How to get our bread:

  • Order from a KHK member (at 64 schools) or participating local business
  • Order online
  • Call 203-253-3400 and place your order 
  • Donate breads for families in need and our KHK team will deliver them on Tuesday, Nov. 24 to people waiting in line for free turkeys 
  • Visit a local partner and get the breads there
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 2013 & 2014: We partnered with many students to help us sell our breads. In addition, we worked with Athlete’s Source, Salon Kiklo and The Dojo.  Please support those businesses that support KHK! 

Pumpkin bread ingredients: pumpkin, egg, flour, salt, pumpkin spice, baking power, sugar, milk and vegetable oil.

Thanksgiving Bread Drive 2013 ~ Wednesday, November 21 our bread bake began! We met at 1990 West Main Street in Stamford, CT.  We had 3 shifts from 4-9pm and mixed, baked and wrapped hundreds of loaves of beautifully tasty pumpkin bread.  We sold 2000 loaves and this helped us fund many of our projects for the year! We added the ability to buy a loaf for a family in a shelter and KHK delivered over 355 to local people in need

Thanksgiving Bread Drive 2012 ~ Wednesday, November 14  our bread bake began! We met at 1990 West Main Street in Stamford, CT.  We had 3 shifts from 4-9pm and mixed, baked and wrapped hundreds of loaves of beautifully tasty pumpkin bread.  We sold 1000 loaves and this helped us fund many of our projects for the year!

Thanksgiving Bread Drive 2011  Our youth were able to design a playground at the local homeless shelter, Inspirica,  by raising $2200.  A big thank you to Lisa O’Gorman, Head of SLS cafeteria, who let us use her kitchen to make and bake the bread!

Thanksgiving Bread Drive 2010 We raised $1100 and this money will be used to help support a literacy program in Norwalk.   We could not have done this without the help of the head chef at St. Luke’s School, in New Canaan who helped us with the entire mixing and baking of these breads into the night on Friday!

Over 15 KHK members got together to mix, measure and bake all these breads. The breads then were sold by the team in New Canaan, Stamford and Ridgefield.

Thanksgiving Bread Drive 2009 A big thank you to all of the friends and neighbors that bought our Thanksgiving pumpkin bread this year.  We raised $1500 and this money will be used to help build a well in South Sudan so that the girls can go to school instead of walking 6 hours a day to get water.   We could not have done this without the help of Steve, the head chef at St. Lukes School, in New Canaan who helped us with the entire mixing and baking of these breads all day Saturday!  All money will be combined with the funds we raise at our Work out for Wells project and be sent to Hope for Ariang.

Thanksgiving Bread Drive 2008 We raised $1,741, which was donated to Horizons Student Enrichment Program.  Over the past 7 years, you have helped raise $6,865 and 100% of this money has gone to numerous charities to help children in this area. Thank you for your incredible support and generosity.