Join us on Monday, June 29th, 2020 @ 6:30 pm as 100 Kids Who Care goes Virtual. We’re not going to let a pandemic stop us from continuing to support our community – but there’s a twist!
This time, instead of pitching or voting, we are joining forces with the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia, so our donation will help support programs for youth in our community.
We are thrilled to have the Foundation’s President & CEO, Starr Cunningham, join us to discuss some ways we can all stay happy and healthy at home. PLUS, as a past co-host of CTV’s Live @ 5, Starr will also share some of her secrets on speaking in public. So you’ll be able to rock your next google hangout or 100 Kids pitch 😉
Grab a healthy snack, throw on your pyjamas and join us online for a fun evening of learning and giving, not to mention games and prizes too!
Here are the details for the meeting tonight:
Join us on Monday March 2nd, 2020 for a jammed-packed Halifax themed evening filled with pitchers, prizes, giveaways and so much more! This is one event you won’t want to miss.
When: Monday, March 2nd, 6:30-7:30pm
Where: Halifax City Hall, Grand Parade Entrance – 1841 Argyle St
100 Kids Heads to Woozles
Date: January 13, 6:30-7:30pm
Location: Woozles 1533 Birmingham Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2J6
Where: Sobeys (Clayton Park)
Join us at the Sobeys for a fun evening of learning, giving and snacking! That’s right, our next 100 Kids Who Care event is all about cooking and nutrition with our awesome friends at Sobeys!
We’ll be joined by Chef Scott Piercey and Registered Dietitian, Felecia Tighe Kimball. Scott is a red seal certified chef who’s been cooking all over Canada for 29 years. He’s going to prepare some yummy snacks and share some culinary tips with us. Felecia has been a Dietitian with Sobeys for over 15 years, helping customers with their nutrition planning. She has some cool food-related games and activities planned for us and we can’t wait! It’s going to be a fun evening that you won’t want to miss.
100 Kids Who Care is open to all local youth who are interested in giving back to our community. There is no admission but each child is required to bring a $10 cash donation. 3 young pitchers will share details about their favourite charity and the group votes on which charity should receive the evening’s donations.
100 Kids Who Care – Ocean Edition
Calling all Ocean loving kids!! In honour of Oceans Week, we’re going UNDER THE SEA!!
Date: Thursday, June 6th @ 6:30pm in the McCain Building at Dalhousie University.
We can’t wait for you to meet our special guest Dr. Chris Harvey-Clark, a marine biologist from Dalhousie University who was the first diver to tag a torpedo ray underwater!!
Dr. Chris is going to share his experience as an underwater researcher and cinematographer…and may even have some special fish parts to show us – just sayin’!
This is one event you don’t want to miss so rsvp now to reserve your spot. Don’t forget your $10 and feel free to bring a friend so we can be sure to raise lots of funds for the winning charity.
100 Kids Who Care Goes Tech!
Date: Wednesday March 6, 2019 6:30pm
Where: Volta Halifax, 1505 Barrington St. Unit 100
We’re thrilled to have Volta on board as our venue sponsor and the team from Axem Neurotechnology will be sharing some really cool tech stuff. It’s one event you don’t want to miss!
As with all our meetings, we’ll also have some snacks, giveaways and the most important part – the pitching! You’ll hear from three young presenters who will pitch their charity of choice in the hopes of winning your vote. It’s a great night of fun, learning and giving.
Doors open at 6:15pm for registration and snacks. Don’t forget your $10 cash donation and feel free to bring a friend!
100 Kids Cares about the Environment
Date: Tuesday, September 25, 6:30pm-7:30pm
Where: Bedford Basin Yacht Club, 377 Shore Dr., Bedford
100 Kids is making Music!!
Date: June 11th, 6:30-7:30pm
Where: 3rd Floor TD Spring Garden Branch, 5495 Spring Garden Rd.
EeeeeK!! We’ve been bursting to announce our next 100 Kids Who Care Halifax event featuring Canadian indie-rock singer, Rebekah Higgs!!
Local youth age 4-13 are invited to join us for this exciting free event that combines music, snacks, philanthropy and a whole lot of fun!
Come hear local recording artist, Rebekah Higgs rock a few of her latest songs. Then listen to our 3 young presenters pitch their favourite charity for you to vote on.
The fine folks at TD Canada Trust have donated their amazing Community space atop their branch at 5495 Spr
ing Garden Road and we’re looking forward to seeing your young philanthropists there on Monday, June 11th at 6:30pm.
100 Kids Who Care – Mindfulness Edition
Tuesday February 27, 6:15-67:30
Sacred Heart School of Halifax, 5829 Spring Garden Rd.
It’s time for another 100 Kids Who Care Halifax meeting and this time it’s all about Mindfulness. Join us for a calming craft, some yoga with the team from Grow A Lotus Yoga Pad and the most important part – giving back to our community.
Each child is asked to bring a $10 donation to the event. During the evening, you’ll hear from 3 young presenters who will share their charity of choice. (Click here to submit your nomination form if you would like to present your favourite charity.) The group then votes on the charity that will receive the donation. It’s a fantastic way for children to learn more about local causes and better understand how they can make a difference.
Don’t miss this jam-packed evening of learning, giving and lots of fun. Doors open at 6:15 for snacks and registration.
100 Kids Who Care – Giving Tuesday Edition!
Wow – what a wonderful Giving Tuesday meeting of 100 Kids Who Care Halifax!!
Thanks to the 50 kids (and their parents) who joined us for an amazing evening of giving. We are so proud of Sam, Tessa, Julia and Hayden who all did a fantastic job pitching their charities. Together, we raised $540 for Camp Brigadoon – Hooray!! We were so impressed with how respectful and considerate everyone was and hope you all had as much fun as we did!
Thank you also to our speaker, Mrs. Kennedy and to our sponsors, Boyne Clarke, Freak Lunch Box, Colleen Ryan and Sacred Heart.
Join us for our next meeting in February, stay tuned for details.
How it works:
Each child is asked to bring a $10 donation to each of our meetings. During the evening, you’ll hear from 3 young presenters who will share their charity of choice. The group then votes on the charity that will receive the donation. It’s a fantastic way for children to learn more about local causes and better understand how they can make a difference.
Check out our Facebook Event Page.