Do you know a person under the age of 10 making a big difference? Nominate them for the first ever
Zimmer Children’s Museum Random Acts of Kid-ness (RAK) Award!
The RAK Award recognizes acts of service, compassion and altruism from our youngest society members instilling in them the understanding that giving of our time and talent is just as important as the giving of our treasure. The award will be given annually to Los Angeles young people under the age of 10.
Nominations are being accepted now through February 3rd
For further information contact Kaila Jackson at Kaila@zimmermuseum.org or call (323) 761-8910
Today we had a parrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr-tay celebrating the New Year! Our campers were great event planners, and helped decorate the room. We also got to decorate party hats, make hula skirts, twisted balloon animals, and created spin art fireworks with glitter! We also made noise makers to take home, so they can ring in the new year with you!! 🙂
Stay tuned for more fun activities, and see you again next year! 🙂 Have a safe and happy New Year!
Toddlers and teens excitedly celebrate at a party in Calaway Park organized by the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation. More than 300 kids helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to help injured children in their community! Together they will be celebrating this incredible achievement with games, prizes, and awards.
The foundation will announce “The Hero Award,” which is a “heartwarming distinction granted to a Kids Helping Kids participant who exemplifies a sense of community.” At the Zimmer Children’s Museum we love to see our toddlers, teens, and even parents involved in contributing to their community. If your child, or someone you know has inspired those around him/her in their community, let us know and we can feature them in our Act of Kid-ness blog!