Kids Helping Hopkins

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Welcome to the Kids Helping Hopkins page, supporting our efforts to help sick kids!

Check out these cool fundraising ideas that awesome kids have already done, but don't just stick to these... feel free to create your own new fundraiser to benefit the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center with the help of your new personal fundraising page!

Hop for Hopkins Children's

Hold a hop centered on a theme like the oldies, country music or a luau, for example. Attendees donate to participate. Refreshments and snacks can be sold.

Spirit Day

Students donate a minimum of $1 for the privilege of attending school out of uniform on a particular day. This same idea can apply to other special days like crazy hair day, pajama day, hat day, sunglasses day, crazy outfit day, and so on. 

Pie-in-the-Face

Using canisters, vote via coins for teachers to receive a pie in the face. The top three teachers are chosen. This idea can also be used for having teachers kiss a frog, hold a snake, and so on.

Show Your Love

For every $.50 donation, present a chocolate kiss and a paper heart. All the hearts are displayed in a common space at the school. This idea can be used with different candy and other shaped pieces of paper that would then be displayed.

Linking Up

Paper links can be sold for a set price, then assembled into a chain and displayed. A twist to this idea is to create a tessellation using two different colored triangles.

Talent Show

A talent show is a great way for students and teachers to share their talents with an audience. Donations can be collected from attendees and additional funds could be raised by selling refreshments. An additional way to raise funds for the Talent Show would be to vote a few weeks before the event for specific teachers to display their talents. This can be accomplished by using a canister for each teacher that would like to participate and the students, staff and faculty can vote with their spare change. The top three teachers that have the most funds are the ones to perform.

A “thonType Event For Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

Decide what type of “thon” event you would like to hold to benefit the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Popular types of “thon” events include math, reading, spelling and running. The idea is to obtain donations from your family and friends for each time a unit of measure is accomplished during a specific time period.

For more ideas, visit the Kids Helping Hopkins webpage here.

Call to make a gift or pledge at (410) 361-6493.

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