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Help provide toys for refugee families - hundreds still needed!

Thursday, November 15, 2018 Leave a Comment

Hey Stapleton Moms, the Kids' Compassion Project (founded by two Stapleton Moms, doncha' know) is collecting 400 new toys for refugee kids served by Project Worthmore. Are they crazy?

Nah...we think we can do it, but there's a lot of ground to make up in the next two weeks to get there and they are counting on our help.

On December 1, 100 children and their families will come together at The Hangar at Stanley to learn about refugees and build compassion as they wrap gifts for these members of our community served by Project Worthmore. The event is at capacity, but we still need help getting toys for the participants to wrap!

Read more on how you can help provide toys or participate at kidscompassionproject.org/help-us-help-project-worthmore
They're looking for art supplies, sports equipment, books, toys, and games for ages 0-15. Please try to avoid any items that depict violence or any games with complicated instructions in English.

Here is a news story from the last time they did this event: https://denver.cbslocal.com/2015/12/05/colorado-kids-help-children-from-refugee-families/

Thanks in advance for your help!

This means they still need around 360 toys to reach their goal. LET'S DO THIS!