School’s almost out and parents are in a frenzy trying to decide exactly what their kids will do this summer. As for many of the parents who I come in contact with as clients of Atlanta Diaper Relief, paying for summer camp is hardly an option for them.
Whether you have one child, or five like me and celebrity mom Tameka Raymond, you’ve gotta deal with parenting issues of some sort whether it’s financial or custodial. Tameka clearly understands both sides. The dedicated mom of five, who is as present with her kids as a Soccer mom on the field on Sundays, takes an active role in her kids lives and doesn’t leave her motherly duties to a nanny like many celebrities could and would.
Now Tameka is using her influence as an involved mom and philanthropist to help further our cause at Atlanta Diaper Relief.
Tameka is hosting a Diaper Drive Summer Jam at her play center Kangazoom in Alpharetta! We are partnering with Tameka and her Lost Ones Foundation to help collect more diapers for families in need. Since school will be out, it will be a great time for parents to come out and let their kids jump to their little hearts content! And Kangazoom is quite a beautiful facility.
This spacious indoor children’s play center in Alpharetta, features four party rooms, inflatable jumps, arcade games, a clothing boutique, a snack/gift corner, parents lounge, computer corner, and more assorted fun for children ages two to twelve.
And for parents, each morning is an ode to you as you can drop your kids off for a Mom’s Morning Out from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m!
Go have a latte at Starbucks or do some much-needed shoe shopping while your kids jump around and have a ball in a safe, secure and fun environment.
Not only that, but Kangazoom Alpharetta can boast that it is one of the cleanest play facilities you’ve ever seen. Tameka takes great pride in operating a clean facility. As a mom she wants a center that she can be proud of and one that she would allow her own kids to play in.
Tameka cares deeply about issues affecting kids and teens and it’s evident in her role as Founder of the Lost Ones Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2009 which helps uplift and motivate at risk girls ages 12-18. Lost Ones strives to help young girls understand the ramifications of negative behavior and encourage them to seek another way of life by exposing them to new environments. Each summer and winter Lost Ones chooses a select number of girls to join us on a 5-day extravagant and life altering retreat filled with motivational workshops, presenters, fun outings and a complete make-over and photo shoot.
We are so delighted to partner with Tameka, the Lost Ones Foundation and Kangazoom Alpharetta! Please bring a box of diapers and join us for a fun-filled day for a great cause. It’s all about the babies.
PLEASE RSVP at http://kangazoomdiaperdrive.eventbrite.com
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