POSTPONED - Date TBD
What: KPK Jewelry Making Fundraiser
When: Wednesday, July 10 - 5-7 pm
EDIT: POSTPONED UNTIL SCHOOL STARTS | YOU CAN STILL RESERVE YOUR SPOT | DATE: TBD
Where: Cockrell Elementary - Room 408
Cost: $25 - pays for enough beads and materials to make a bracelet and a necklace! Visit our store to purchase your space! Don’t forget to add some KPK merchandise to your cart, too. Now on sale with shirts starting at $5! Reserve your materials here.
Who: ANYONE who wants to come! KPK members and friends are welcome!
Questions: Email Deidra Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org
KPK is having another clothes drive for Ghana! From JULY-AUGUST, we are collecting all size clothing, infant up through adults. Choose from pick-up options July 10th and July 24th.
Your generosity went WAY beyond our expectations during our last clothes drive and we are hoping to get the word out to even more people this time! We are super blessed to partner again with Healing Hearts and Hands because they graciously pay to ship all our donated clothes to Ghana where we personally give them to children and families in need when we are in Ghana. Please click here to sign up for “clothes drive pick up” and KPK will come to you! Please email Kimberli at email@example.com with any questions.
Save the date!
We need KPK members to help put some Pacs of Love into boxes! It will be at the First Baptist Church in Prosper from 10-12! Sign up here: https://kidsprosperkids.kindful.com/register/lovepac-fill-2019
Cockrell Elementary hosts this cosmopolitan event for the whole family to enjoy. Students and families will be proudly displaying their heritage in booths to visit. As if that was not interesting enough, there will also be a musical performance and an international fashion show!
Save the date and register here!
What would a Hollywood themed birthday party be without a premiere? Along with the birthday events that are guaranteed to be exciting, Nico Ray, award winning filmmaker, will be premiering his documentary: When Worlds Collide. It is the story about how KPK kids wanted to do something to make a difference, and they have done just that! See you on the red carpet, VIP!