Started in 2007, the Kids Helping Kids program is designed to help children learn in a fun and interactive way about caring for others in need and empowering them to know that no matter how small they are, they can make a BIG difference in the world. Children are given plastic tubes to collect $15 in quarters. This small amount of change can feed, clothe, and educate a child in Thailand for a full week! Funds collected through this program play an active role in assisting ZOE International’s efforts to help human trafficking victims in Thailand.
The Kids Helping Kids program is very customizable to your unique needs and time schedule. It can be incorporated and utilized anytime throughout the year. Organizations that have participated in this program include children’s ministries, scouting groups, Awana clubs, and schools. It has been particularly popular during Vacation Bible School as a mission focus project, and is also a great tool during the holidays.
The Kids Helping Kids program is completely customizable to fit your organization needs and the best part...the cost of program is free to you. What we do ask in return is that your organization pay the shipping cost for the materials that will be shipped out to you. Available tools and resources to assist leaders in having a successful program are listed in the green box to the right.
This is a fun, interactive program that your children will enjoy and love! We are so grateful about the impact this program is making in the lives of children everywhere. Join us as we change the world together!
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WHAT WE GIVE YOU
QUARTER TUBES – Used to collect quarters
POSTER – “What will $15 buy in the U.S. vs. Thailand”
PARENT LETTER – Explains overall program
SUPPLEMENTAL CURRICULUM – 5-week mini lesson focused on missions
ACTIVITY SHEET– for Kids
ZOE BROCHURE – Shares who ZOE is
VIDEOS – Tools to help you launch the program successfully