Active dads always want to spend more time with their kids, right? Here’s an idea on how to do that while also helping a child in need.
Nonprofit clothing company Fodada, which uses its revenues to assist programs that foster relationships between father figures and their children, is backing a “fun-raising” program to help kids needing financial assistance to pursue extracurricular activities.
Here’s how it works: Families select a child seeking a “scholarship” to pay for music lessons. sports equipment or such; they then create a fun activity to do with their kids; finally, they ask others to donate to support their participating in the activity. The money raised goes to the child requesting the scholarship.
The scholarship-seekers have applied through KidScholly, a nonprofit that encourages volunteerism among children as a way to “earn” rewards that pay for extracurriculars.
For more information about this program or to start your own fun-raising campaign, visit the Fodada x KidScholly website.