In honor of my niece Lauren Eisner
Support Prevent Child Abuse America in the Third Annual Kappa Delta Carnival
$5,364 by 156 people
As fall approaches, children all over the country begrudgingly pack up their backpacks and get ready to leave their carefree summers behind. However, for the not as fortunate children the school year brings a safe haven from the neglect and abuse found in their home life. Child abuse and neglect is a widespread epidemic reaching all areas of the country and the children who are made victims suffer long after the abuse ends.
The women of Kappa Delta believe that every child deserves a chance for healthy growth and development. This is why we work to contribute meaningful donations to our national philanthropy Prevent Child Abuse America (PCAA), and our chapter's local philanthropy, The Family Tree, through our fall fundraising event, KD Carnival.
On Sunday October 2nd from 12-3pm Kappa Delta will be hosting our Third Annual Kappa Delta Carnival, which is filled with games, raffles, a moon bounce, face paint, and more to promote the happy carefree experiences every child deserves. Our event emphasizes the slogan, 'a kid today to help a kid tomorrow!'
We hope that with this information, you can understand the stress we place on raising awareness and funds for PCAA and The Family Tree. Therefore, there are several different ways one can get involved, such as attending this year's KD Carnival and/or donating to our cause:
With a donation of $50-$100 you will receive 5 raffle tickets at our event.
With a donation of $101-$150 you will receive 5 raffle tickets and recognition on our event banner.
With a donation of $151+ you will receive 10 raffle tickets at our event, and recognition on our event banner and event t-shirt.
We encourage you to remember that our ability to financially support PCAA and The Family Tree comes from the generosity of our donors. Every donation counts towards giving a child a better life and your participation is extremely appreciated.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email our Vice President Community Service, Morgan Aronson, at [email protected].
Thank you in advance in helping us in our efforts to end the child abuse epidemic.