Instilling philanthropic values in the youngest members of our community
Is to educate and enrich the lives of students by encouraging them to become involved in philanthropy at an early age. By planning and implementing creative fundraising activities, Students Care for Kids participants can directly enhance the lives of our region’s youngest patients.
What is Students Care for Kids?
|Ariel Hodges (left, back row) and her Students Care for Kids class from Berlin Middle School at Radiothon 2014.|
The Students Care for Kids program was developed to offer our community’s youngest members the opportunity to help other children who are sick or injured.
While supporting the work of the medical staff, Students Care for Kids also brings hope and a smile to the pediatric patients at the Children’s Hospital. Through the program, students are introduced to philanthropy and the many rewards that come from helping others, helping students who participate to gain a better understanding of what it means to give back to their community.
All this program needs to be a success is you!
Albany Medical Center Foundation
If you are interested in volunteering at the Children's Hospital please visit the Volunteer Services page.
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