MISSION: friends & fun... MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! Using the game based approach, students learned how to keep score and play their first set of tennis. Thanks Coach Garrett of YDA for investing in OUR KIDS!
How often does a company donate an entire day’s profits to charity? At Jersey Mike’s it happens once a year! Our local Jersey Mike’s adopted Kids to Love 4 years ago for its annual Month of Giving charity initiative, and we are so excited to continue this remarkable partnership. Jersey Mike’s collected money for Kids to Love throughout March, capping it with a “Day of Giving” on March 30th where Kids to Love benefitted from the entire day’s sales. And even though the fun
Rotary Club of Huntsville opened its weekly luncheon to Kids to Love, giving us an opportunity to share our newest program developments. Lee Marshall, Kids to Love Founder/CEO and Dorothy Havens, Director of Workforce Development, shared new visions for serving area foster children. Marshall focused on Kids to Love's overall mission and outreach, while Havens honed in on KTECH, a workforce initiative of Kids to Love. Speaking to groups such as Rotary allows Kids to Love to in
The crew at Two Men and a Truck in Huntsville has become like family to Kids to Love, and we had a reunion on March 16th as they helped us move inventory from a previous warehouse site to the Kids to Love Center. Two Men and a Truck generously donates their time and energy throughout the year to assist with any of our moving needs. We are honored to partner with such a giving company!
KTECH recruitment took a big step forward on March 11th as Kids to Love hosted an informational brunch at the Kids to Love Center. Superintendents and top administrators from seven school districts across north Alabama, including Alabama Board of Education District 8 Representative Mary Scott Hunter, were in attendance. Key industry leader, including Ronnie Boles, Co-Chairman of AL Manufacturing Advocacy Council, and representatives from SCI and Tara Manufacturing, also part
A tour of the SCI plant on March 10th gave KTECH students a glimpse of how their training can translate into a job. In addition to learning about SCI and what they manufacture, KTECH students put into practice what they’ve learned in Momentum for Life classes by preparing questions to ask SCI employees. Our Director of Workforce Development, Dorothy Havens had an opportunity to meet the President of SCI Technology, Mike Underwood. The tour was a first for both parties involve
Kids to Love welcomed new members to its Board of Directors during a quarterly board meeting at the Kids to Love Center. Kids to Love Founder /CEO Lee Marshall shared detailed updates on current programs Kids to Love operates, and shared exciting new visions that are on the horizon! Jersey Mike’s graciously provided sandwiches and salads for lunch. 2016-2017 Kids to Love Board of Directors Lee Marshall - Founder, CEO Scott Butler - Redstone Government Consulting Julie Reybu
March is the Month of Giving at Jersey Mike’s subs, and Kids to Love is fortunate to be on the receiving end. Jersey Mike’s in Huntsville (across from the University Drive Target shopping center) and in Madison (on Highway 20 in the Publix shopping center) will accept donations to Kids to Love all month long. On March 30th, both Jersey Mike’s locations will donate 100% of sales to Kids to Love. So, when you’re making lunch plans this month please consider helping Jersey M