Volunteer impact research by Deloitte, a leading worldwide firm, found that “creating a culture of volunteerism in the workplace may boost morale, workplace atmosphere, and brand perception.”

KidWorks is deeply grateful for the many companies/organizations that support us with time, talent, expertise and financial resources.

This past month, a team of employees from Edwards Life Sciences partnered with Child Creativity Lab to host a STEM workshop for our 5th grade students. They created a road map of the human heart in honor of “Heart Healthy Month.

Volunteer opportunities foster team building and community support. As the Deloitte study shows, volunteering has a strong positive impact on companies and employees while also making a sustained and meaningful impact on communities such as ours.

In addition to industry, we also invite civic groups, clubs, sororities, fraternities, young professionals and others to find the perfect partnership fit with us as we serve hundreds of children, youth and families each day. We also have opportunities for younger professionals who are new in their career to get involved with KidWorks while expanding their

There are so many ways to become involved both at our centers and our fundraising events.

You’re also invited to support such needs as our spring school supplies drive, Christmas toy drive, youth nights, holiday events and more. You can also share your talents and professional skills by leading a KidWorks workshop, a three-month commitment on a Friday or Saturday.

KidWorks relies on outside funding for nearly all of our budget needs. Many companies have matching gift programs that double or triple what an employee donates. To make a financial gift and to see if your company supports such matches, please check this link.

If you’d like to tour KidWorks or discuss partnership opportunities with us, please contact Vanessa Sedano.

We’d love to welcome you as a KidWorks partner in 2022!

We invite other businesses and organizations to join us as we serve the ever-increasing needs of the underserved Santa Ana community.