Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute (KPTI)

KPTI is the first pediatric trauma center in the world to provide medical care for injured children, medical research on pediatric trauma, and injury prevention programs for children and families. Our Community Safety Programs reach more than 33,000 children and their families each year in New England alone.


Ways to help:

  • Order Key Clubby Bears and host a presentation to local leaders

  • Donate to the hospital

  • Volunteer at KPTI

    For more information: https://www.floatinghospital. org/Patient-Care-Services/Departments-and-Services/ Kiwanis-Pediatric-Trauma-Institute/Overview.aspx

Camp Sunshine

Camp Sunshine is a camp for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families to go to for free, thanks to generous donors that sponsor the family.
It costs about $2,000 to sponsor a family for a week.
All of your help and volunteer hours are a huge help to this incredible place.

Ways to help:

  • Look up their current needs list and setup a drive for those items

  • Apply to volunteer at one of their sessions

  • Fundraise for this amazing place by a bake sale or other unique event
    For more information: https://www.campsunshine.org/ 


Since 1997, COPI has been hosting teams to go on medical missions from the United States to Vietnam twice a year. Through medical missions to Vietnam, they provide basic medical and dental care and offer free medicine and vitamins every six-months. They also provide medical equipment and training to nurses and physicians in rural hospitals.


Ways to help:

  • Order food from the Women’s Bean Project

  • Participate in a medical mission

  • Make donations to feed, house, educate and care for those in need in Vietnam.

    For more information: http://www.childrenofpeace. org/index.html


Students Team Up to Fight Hunger (STUFH)

Better World Books

March of Dimes 

Up With People

UNICEF-Clean Water

St. baldricks


Information gathered by
Service and Fundraising Committee of 2015

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