The Rite Aid Foundation is taking our efforts to improve the health and well-being of children on the road. The KidCents Mobile Flu Clinic kicked off a national flu-fighting tour September 15, in Pittsburgh, at Sarah Heinz House. Rite Aid Certified Immunizing Pharmacists administered dozens of free flu shots to children served by Sarah Heinz … Continue reading KidCents Mobile Flu Clinic Helps Kids and Families Fight the Flu – The Rite Aid FoundationRead More
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Adaptive Sports Program of Ohio ‘s (ASPO) Youth Dream Camp was a huge success this summer! The camp took place at Recreation Unlimited July 28-30 and was open to youth ages 7-18 with a physical disability. Typically sidelined in activities, these youths were fully included and had the opportunity to participate in wheelchair basketball, adaptive … Continue reading Summer Camp for Youth with Disabilities – Lisa FollowayRead More
Matthew’s Haven’s summer is generally quiet up until August when we kick in for our annual Back to School Fair. However, this summer we have been moving more diapers through our Diaper Dootie program. We support individuals and local agencies including clients from Department of Social Services as well as the Healthy Families program and … Continue reading Matthew’s Haven Had a Busy Summer! – Catherine PierceRead More
Girls on the Run New Orleans is a nonprofit dedicated to creating a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams. Girls on the Run is a physical activity-based youth development program that is designed to enhance girls’ social, psychological and physical skills and behaviors … Continue reading Girls on the Run New Orleans LOVES Ride Aid! – Kelly GallagherRead More
Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated more than 52,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in 2015? How about that teen drug overdose death rates more than doubled from 1999 to 2007, then increased again in 2015? What’s equally alarming is that accidental childhood poisonings cause more than 60,000 … Continue reading Rite Aid Foundation Launches KidCents Safe Medication Disposal Program to Combat Medication Misuse and Accidental Poisoning Among Children and Adolescents – The Rite Aid FoundationRead More
Summer Camp is certainly something most everyone can relate to. Close your eyes and go back to those days when you learned to make homemade ice cream, tie rope knots, and work together as a team. The DAC’s Summer Camp is not much different from camps that we remember. We start with those sometimes awkward … Continue reading Disability Action Center’s Camp CAN-DO Made Possible by KidCents. – Julie SoleRead More