Project Sunshine’s Kids for Kids volunteers assemble as organized groups through classroom and after-school programs, community organizations, and religiously affiliated groups.
Due to hospital requirements, on-site volunteers must be 18 years or older. Project Sunshine’s Kids for Kids provides children and teens with youth development opportunities that positively impact their peers.
These dedicated ‘PhilanthroKids’ participate in a variety of group activities that promote the development of leadership skills such as communication, advocacy, empathy, and collaboration. Activities include Sending Sunshine and collection drives.
How do I sign up?
What kind of youth groups qualify?
We work with organizations like public and private schools (elementary, middle, and high schools), after-school programs, and religious groups. Not sure? Just ask!
What if there isn't a chapter in my area?
Is there a minimum time commitment?
We ask for an academic year of commitment at minimum.
Will you train me?
You got it! Project Sunshine staff will provide training and resources to faculty and staff advisors.
Can I volunteer directly with patients?
Hospitals require that volunteers are 18 years of age or older. Our Kids for Kids service programs are a great way for youth to get involved and help their peers.