The Children’s Workshop Supports Coins for Cures

 

The students at The Children’s Workshop, a local child provider with 7 locations in MA, teamed up with Coins for Cures to raise funds for Boston Children’s Hospital. The kids emptied out their piggy banks and dug through the couch cushions to raise $723.58 in pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters for Boston Children’s Hospital.

 

“Coins for Cures is a great way to get our children involved in a community project,” says Kelli Didomenico, Director of Parent and Community Relations at The Children’s Workshop. “They are so excited to help other kids that are sick, and they quickly learn that if everyone gives just a little bit, it adds up and can really make a difference.”

 

The Children’s Workshop supports over 1,500 children and their families every day.  Especially at a time when Boston has been hit by tragedy, these students came together to show their support. The students at The Children’s Workshop, a local child provider with 7 locations in MA, teamed up with Coins for Cures to raise funds for Boston Children’s Hospital. The kids emptied out their piggy banks and dug through the couch cushions to raise $723.58 in pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters for Boston Children’s Hospital.

 

“Coins for Cures is a great way to get our children involved in a community project,” says Kelli Didomenico, Director of Parent and Community Relations at The Children’s Workshop. “They are so excited to help other kids that are sick, and they quickly learn that if everyone gives just a little bit, it adds up and can really make a difference.”

 

The Children’s Workshop supports over 1,500 children and their families every day.  Especially at a time when Boston has been hit by tragedy, these students came together to show their support.