CONTACT Denver kids for AIDS care kits in Africa - Dr. Christian Thurstone

The Kids 4 Kits One Mile Fun Run is a great way for kids of all ages to experience the joy of actively doing something that makes positive differences in the lives of others.

Sponsored by Denver Presbyterian Church, the annual event raises money to build caregiver kits that are used to provide basic care to people with AIDS in areas of Africa devastated by the illness. The kits contain basic medical and hygiene supplies and are used by community volunteers, who care for friends and neighbors with limited or no access to healthcare.

Families who participate in Kids 4 Kits not only will get a chance to meet and greet on the day of the fun run, held in Central Park in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood. They’ll all be invited for a get-together the following month, where they’ll assemble the caregiver kits their fun-run registration fees paid for.

Please check out the registration details for this year’s big event — and see how the caregiver kits are used:

About Christine Tatum

Christine Tatum is a veteran journalist whose communications and market intel firm, Media Salad, Inc., helps companies and nonprofit organizations win business and stay ahead of their competitors. Her professional stops include the Chicago Tribune, The Denver Post, the (Arlington Heights, Ill.) Daily Herald and the (Greensboro, N.C.) News & Record. Her work also has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, and New York Times.

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