Kid’s Café is a soup kitchen run by the Salvation Army for kids ages 7-12, every Monday through Thursday from 5-7 pm. The kids come in, have a family-style meal, talk with volunteers, and then split up to go to the various rooms that contain different activities, such as arts and crafts, dodgeball, video games, jump rope, music, and computers!
Teen Night is a program for individuals ages 13-21, offered 6-10 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. It is a safe haven and keeps them off the streets on the weekend. It is an opportunity for kids to come in and play videogames, basketball, dance, and have fun. They are also provided with dinner! Teen Night is perfect for those who cannot volunteer or service learn during the week but are free for a few hours on the weekends.
|Causes||Arts & Culture At-Risk Youth Children & Youth Computers & Technology Education Food Insecurity, Hunger Immigrants & Refugees Literacy Marginalized Populations Mentor Poverty & Basic Needs Race & Ethnicity Social Justice Sports & Recreation Tutor|
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26 People | 48 Impacts | 94 Hours