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Loukoumi Kids Club Announced

September 18, 2020

NEW YORK – The Loukoumi Make a Difference Foundation has announced the creation of its new Loukoumi Kids Club for young service leaders.

The Club hopes to attract children and young adults (ages 5-18) who share the Loukoumi Foundation’s vision of a future in which all children have the opportunity to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others, support the Loukoumi Foundation’s mission to make a difference in their own lives by following their career dreams, and make a difference in the lives of others by paying forward their talents through projects and causes that mean something to them.

Benefits of joining the club include: Receiving a copy of the Loukoumi Foundation’s book Inspiring Stories That Make A Difference (with the award winning musical Come From Away) or Loukoumi's Good Deeds; The Loukoumi Foundation donating $5 in YOUR Name to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital to support The Loukoumi Foundation Treatment Room; Receiving exclusive invitations to the Loukoumi Foundation’s Zoom programming including cooking classes with Executive Chef Maria Loi, Dream Day webinars with Emmy Award winners Bob Costas and Ernie Anastos, and many others; Entering the Loukoumi Foundation’s Dream Day Contest and live your dream career; Getting advance notice of service opportunities and projects where you can make a difference; Receiving discounts on Loukoumi Products and Events, and more. 

Register here to become a member: https://ukulele-lemon-wd76.squarespace.com/loukoumi-kids-club

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