About Dolls for Daughters
“Our quality of life has certainly improved in a huge way. My children and I have choices in the activities that have been offered to us for the summer. We are able to attend the zoo and water parks with guests. Not to mention the clothes that were provided for us. This added to the needed summer wardrobe. As a single mom being able to take my kids to places as a family, and have fun makes us all feel good. This opportunity gave my children the added confidence that we are a normal family.” Marcellina Kenzi’s Kidz Family 2010/2011
What is Kenzi’s Kidz?
Kenzi’s Kidz relieves some of the financial burdens of at least one, low-income family pro-actively taking the necessary steps to create a stable environment for their children. The program plans to give each child the fundamental items needed to succeed in school such as school supplies, clothing, extracurricular activities as well as birthday and holiday gifts for a year.
At this time to qualify for this program, your family must be a client of Warren Village, Joshua Station or Hope House of Colorado in Denver, Crossroads Safehouse in Fort Collins and nominated by a staff member. In 2014/2015 we will select a family from Rocky Mountain Community Properties.
How can our organization participate?
If you represent a Colorado non-profit organization and would like to be a part of the Kenzi’s Kidz program in the future, please contact us.
In your email, please provide the non-profit’s name, EIN number, mission, a brief program description, description of families served by your organization, reason for your interest in Kenzi’s Kidz as well as your name, phone and email.
How can I contribute?
Since 2010 we have helped ten families, a total of 25 children. Leading into August 1, 2014 we will begin helping five families.
Our current families are selected from Warren Village, Joshua Station, Hope House of Colorado, Rocky Mountain Communities and Crossroads Safehouse.
Thank you to the following businesses for supporting our Kenzi’s Kidz Program.
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