Pathfinder Kids Kampus Receives Mad Ants Donation that SAVES Christmas
Huntington, IN- Pacers Sports and Entertainment, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, and Jakks Pacific Toys spread some much needed cheer by donating more than $10,000 worth of toys to the children and families supported by Pathfinder Kids Kampus in Huntington.
“No words can describe just how grateful we are to these organizations,” says Danielle Tips, President and CEO of Pathfinder Services. “Families have continued to struggle with Covid-19, and without these donations, many would not have Christmas gifts or necessities for their children.”
Thanks to the Mad Ants donations, each family supported by Kids Kampus received two toys for their children. This is their twelfth season for the annual toy drive and Mad Ants fourth season donating to Pathfinder Kids Kampus.
“The Mad Ants appreciate the work that Kids Kampus is doing in our community, and we are so grateful that we are able to give back to organizations like Pathfinder Services as a thank you for serving the community,” says Allison Link, Account Executive with the Mad Ants. “We were so excited to partner with them for the fourth year in a row and even more excited for these kiddos!”
From Mulan dolls, Disney Cars complete table sets, turbo flyers, wagons, and flying wheels gifts, 400 plus brand-new toys were handed out. The Christmas spirit is alive and well in our community, thanks to the amazing generosity of these organizations.
Pathfinder Kids Kampus is an inclusive early childhood education program that serves children of all abilities in the same learning environment. Kids Kampus offers part-time and full-time traditional, fee-based, childcare for children from six weeks through 12 years of age. Kids Kampus also offers Early Head Start programming which includes center-based and home-based learning and prenatal options. This program is offered at no cost to low-income, foster families, and others in need of childcare.