Kids 'n Kinship Needs Your Help!!
Kids 'n Kinship is a non-profit youth mentoring organization. The program budget,including all of the money used for activities, is supported by donations, grants and fundraisers.
Quick and easy ways to help raise money for Kids n Kinship:
Give quickly and securely through GiveMN. Click the Donate Now button on our website Home page.
Don’t want to donate online? Mail your financial gift
Send a check directly to Kids ‘n Kinship at 14870 Granada Ave, #127, Apple Valley, MN 55124
Does your employer match your donations or honor your volunteer time with a donation? Check with your Human Resource department to find out. Need help? Call Jan Belmore at 952-892-6368 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a gift in Memorial or Honor
Have you lost a loved one or don’t know what to get that person who has everything? Donate to Kids ‘n Kinship in memory or honor of them. Your gift helps local children build strengths and assets.
Designate your United Way Pledge to Kids ‘n Kinship
Did you know that you can designate your United Way giving directly to Kids ‘n Kinship? Simply note Donor Choice on your pledge card and write in:
Kids ‘n Kinship Inc
14870 Granada Ave, #127
Apple Valley, MN 55124
It’s a great way to support our mission of providing youth with caring adults. NOTE: If you do not wish to have your name and donation listed in the Kids 'n Kinship newsletter please inform the program at the time you make the donation.
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Easy fundraising for Kids 'n Kinship "You can earn money for Kids 'n Kinship bysigning up to be "food testers." Food Testers are asked to evaluate a small portionof food and give their opinions about the product's taste or appearance. Each timetesters participate in a taste test, they personally receive $21.00-$35.00 and inaddition, their selected organization (we hope Kids 'n Kinship!) is credited with$6.00-$9.00. Food testers can be anyone ages 18-65, without any food allergies,who are willing to participate in as many as 6 taste tests or home use tests peryear. The time commitment is generally under an hour for each test, and both dayand evening times are offered. The taste-testing site in Dakota County is at RosemountUnited Methodist Church - located at 14770 Canada Ave. N
in RosemountGo to Food perspectives website and sign up for tasting to benefit Kids 'n Kinship!Please notify us if you do, so we recognize the name! www.foodperspectives.com