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Kids Can Fly Brantford

Kids Can Fly promotes early childhood development in Brantford/Brant

Message from our Executive Director ~ Sharon Brooks December 3, 2012

 

As we enter December, the month of giving, Kids Can Fly wants to make you aware of three special options to give back to your community.
 

1.  Give a Gift that Warms the Heart by donating to the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.  $60 will register a child for a full year which provides them with a quality book, once a month  through the mail.  Investing in early literacy lasts a life time.  Any amount of a donation welcome. Tax receipts for $20 or more.   More information click here. We are very grateful to the Brantford Expositor to sponsor this holiday fundraiser.

2.  Telus is selling stuffed Cheetahs this month for $8 and $2 from each sale will come to Kids Can Fly to support our work.  Our board members will be at the store on Saturday, December 8th.  Drop by and say hi and of course purchase a stuffed Cheetah!

3.  A Gift Boutique.com will give a portion of the proceeds from all orders received by A Gift Boutique where you indicate your wish to support Imagination Library in your cart at check out will go towards this program. 

Other News

We are proud to announce three new Kids Can Fly Board Members who have joined our Team due to their passion regarding the importance of the early years.  We welcome Tasha Brooks-Martin, Michelle Faulkner and Shannon Kingsbury to our Kids Can Fly Family.

 In addition to our own work Kids Can Fly is pleased to have supported the Nova Vita Basketeer Program, the ongoing Major Ballachey iPad Fundraising and the Central School Turkey Dinner later in December.

 Kids Can Fly salute our many volunteers, who make many of our programs viable.   Holding babies, delivering Roots of Empathy, helping with event planning , donating skilled services etc.  We our most appreciative and hope you feel special for helping children and families.

 The best of the season,

Sharon Brooks

Executive Director