SaMP Kids – Make a Wish Presentation

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Yesterday we kicked off our March Compassion project with a presentation by Kari Hartbauer from Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic. Most of the kids knew about Make-A-Wish and what they do but it was a lot of fun hearing all the smiles they bring to kids who are facing serious medical conditions.

Kari shared this video of Addy’s Wish to be a pop star!

The kids decided that they want to help Make-A-Wish raise money to support a Wish Kid by doing a movie night! Stay tuned for more details!

We are looking for organizations who are interested in presenting their needs to the SaMP Kids – Compassionate Kids Club at the beginning of each new project. Do you know someone who has a need that we might be able to help with? Email me at Chrissi.lill @icloud.com – presenters would need to be able to join us at a meeting on Monday’s between 4:30-5:30.

September – Blessings in a Backpack,
October – Building Veterans
November – SHIP of Frederick County
December – Country Meadows (12/4 card making & 12/11 caroling)
January/February – Middle Ridge Farm & Rescue (1/22/18 -2/12/18)
March – Make-A-Wish (3/5)
April – OPEN
May – OPEN
June -OPEN

SaMP Kids is a weekly service based group with the goal of teaching kids that their acts of compassion both big and small can make a big difference in their community. The kids choose the project for the month and work together on each step to figure out how to make the project a success!

SaMP Kids group is open to everyone, even if you didn’t start this months project we have a place for you! We’ve been pleasantly surprised by the overwhelming number of kids who come out to help and look forward to our group continuing to grow.

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