It is time for our 7th Annual Support the Kid Founder’s Event! Our biggest event yet!
Live music, raffle, door prizes, delicious drinks, and an amazing time! We are excited to celebrate another record-setting year and share with you all of the families we have been able to help this year and our plans for 2018!
Here is a taste of what you have to look forward to at this year’s celebration:
—–21 and over only —
Live music by Live Wire
Hosted appetizers and hors-d’oeuvres throughout the evening
A brief presentation about the families we helped and our fiscal stats for the year
Awesome Door Prizes Including:
Attire is Cocktail Casual and Pink & Yellow (Support the Kid colors) outfits are encouraged
Bring an unwrapped toy which we will deliver to a child fighting cancer at a local hospital
About Support The Kid
History – Support The Kid was founded in 2010 by Nicholas Wolber and friends. Nick was touched by the spirit and innocence of the children he encountered during his time in treatment at Cohen’s Children’s Hospital in New York. He relished the big brother role and playing with the kids to brighten their day. When Nick was finally cancer free and had established a career for himself, he began work on planting the seeds of what would become Support the Kid. Since inception, we have donated over $300,000 to 100+ children across the United States.
Our Organization – We are an all-volunteer 501(c)3 nonprofit with no employees or consultants on payroll. The foundation is currently run by a board of four family members along with associated regional and specialized volunteer representatives. All STK representatives volunteer their time, knowledge, resources and energies to the cause. We make a focused effort to ensure that non-essential expenses are minimized so that each donation’s value can be maximized. Our goal is to ensure that over 85% of each donation goes directly to the kids
Who We Help – We help families with a financial need with children under the age of 18 who are currently undergoing cancer treatment or have been treated within the last 6 months.