Kids Helping Kids at Hopkins
The Kids Helping Hopkins program aligns with our mission as an educational institution by providing students of all ages the opportunity to help others without personal gain and to develop life-long values. Compassion, respect for others and good citizenship help prepare students to become good citizens, community leaders and philanthropists. Many of our patients have benefited from the selfless hard work and kindness of countless children, teachers and staff, most of whom are from the Baltimore County Public School system.
Kids Helping Hopkins has a notebook full of ideas on activities to benefit the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Kids Helping Hopkins also holds an annual fundraiser, Kilometers for Kids, which serves as a community event to honor the extended Kids Helping Hopkins family. To participate or sponsor the event, please see our Kilometers for Kids page. Thank you for making Kilometers for Kids such a success in 2013.
This year's Kilometers for Kids takes place on Saturday, April 5, 2014. Register/Donate online or Print/Mail form.
Please share with us details about your activity, what made it a success, and if anyone stands out as a Children’s Champion. A Children’s Champion is anyone (most often a student) who stands out for going above and beyond. Thank you for all of your hard work and for taking the time to share your success! Please download and submit the Please download and submit the Children’s Champion entry form.