Parent/Guardian Role

Alexis and Mom

Sounding Board

We encourage all parents and guardians to be a sounding board for ideas and help them brainstorm through decisions. But please remember: This is your child’s experience! It’s important that your child decides what they are passionate about, which nonprofit they want to support and how to raise the money. Kids thrive when the decision and success is their own.

Photo Sep 09, 4 24 59 PM

Logistics

Your child will need your help driving to appointments, stores, local business, etc. as needed to support their event goals.

Photo Jun 12, 9 34 02 AM

Assistant

Step back and allow your child’s voice to be heard – literally. Each Kid Booster should be responsible for making donation requests to friends, family and the community. Of course, you are welcome to spread the word about the event or the campaign, but your child is in charge of the planning, implementation and execution of tasks for their fundraising event. If the child is looking for donations of baked goods, the Kid Booster is the one to speak to a store manager.

Daegan Check presentation

Just be there!

Provide support and encouragement for your child. While all Kids Boost participants are paired with a coach who is also supportive and helps guide them, having you cheer them on and be there for them is one of the most important things a Kids Boost parent or guardian can do!

Want to know more?

Want to know more? Check out the experiences of other Kid Booster parents below!

kirsten warr

"I am excited to have my daughter partner with Kids Boost for several reasons.  I feel kids have a true desire to help and do good for others but are rarely given the opportunity. Kids Boost gives them this opportunity as well as providing support and instruction along the way. Partnering with Kids Boost also has taught responsibility and accountability to my daughter. She has learned to plan, organize, implement and follow through with her ideas. I am so excited for her to continue to grow and change the world through her partnership with Kids Boost."

Kirsten Warr

kristin keiser"In a world that puts so much pressure on kids to get good grades and to be the best at sports, it’s nice to know that there is an organization that is focused on just helping kids be good people. As a parent of 3 young boys, I recognize the importance of teaching my kids to help others and to give back to the community. Kids Boost is an excellent avenue to help me teach my kids these lifelong lessons."

Kristin Keiser

marla and granddaughter“I am blessed to be a part of Kids Boost because of the unique opportunity it gives young people to discover what they are passionate about, how to use this passion to give to their community and beyond, and why there is such joy in this experience.  Most importantly, the process will hopefully start them on a lifelong journey of contributing to the welfare of others.”

Marla Scroggs

John Lunde pic“Kids Boost is a great way for kids to be involved in something bigger than themselves while giving back to the community.”

John Lunde

Parent/Guardian Role

Alexis and Mom

Sounding Board

We encourage all parents and guardians to be a sounding board for ideas and help them brainstorm through decisions. But please remember: This is your child’s experience! It’s important that your child decides what they are passionate about, which nonprofit they want to support and how to raise the money. Kids thrive when the decision and success is their own.

Photo Sep 09, 4 24 59 PM

Logistics

Your child will need your help driving to appointments, stores, local business, etc. as needed to support their event goals.

Photo Jun 12, 9 34 02 AM

Assistant

Step back and allow your child’s voice to be heard – literally. Each Kid Booster should be responsible for making donation requests to friends, family and the community. Of course, you are welcome to spread the word about the event or the campaign, but your child is in charge of the planning, implementation and execution of tasks for their fundraising event. If the child is looking for donations of baked goods, the Kid Booster is the one to speak to a store manager.

Daegan Check presentation

Just be there!

Provide support and encouragement for your child. While all Kids Boost participants are paired with a coach who is also supportive and helps guide them, having you cheer them on and be there for them is one of the most important things a Kids Boost parent or guardian can do!

Want to know more?

Want to know more? Check out the experiences of other Kid Booster parents below!

Kind Words from Parents

kirsten warr

"I am excited to have my daughter partner with Kids Boost for several reasons.  I feel kids have a true desire to help and do good for others but are rarely given the opportunity. Kids Boost gives them this opportunity as well as providing support and instruction along the way. Partnering with Kids Boost also has taught responsibility and accountability to my daughter. She has learned to plan, organize, implement and follow through with her ideas. I am so excited for her to continue to grow and change the world through her partnership with Kids Boost."

Kirsten Warr

kristin keiser"In a world that puts so much pressure on kids to get good grades and to be the best at sports, it’s nice to know that there is an organization that is focused on just helping kids be good people. As a parent of 3 young boys, I recognize the importance of teaching my kids to help others and to give back to the community. Kids Boost is an excellent avenue to help me teach my kids these lifelong lessons."

Kristin Keiser

marla and granddaughter“I am blessed to be a part of Kids Boost because of the unique opportunity it gives young people to discover what they are passionate about, how to use this passion to give to their community and beyond, and why there is such joy in this experience.  Most importantly, the process will hopefully start them on a lifelong journey of contributing to the welfare of others.”

Marla Scroggs

John Lunde pic“Kids Boost is a great way for kids to be involved in something bigger than themselves while giving back to the community.”

John Lunde

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