Club meetings are held every first Saturday of the Month via Zoom (October-May)
We are following “Build Your Castle” program via virtual meetings. We did Zest and Wisdom monthly themes for December and January. Kids get a lesson, music, story time and craft activity. We love to connect with them and hope to keep supporting our Royal Family KIDS through this pandemic.
Contact Club Director with any questions or concerns.
We want to thank everyone for their dedication and continued support for Royal Family KIDs of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (GSLC). 2020 was definitely a different year for us. Adhering to the COVID-19 rules and regulations to provide for our KIDS was challenging. The most important part of what we do is being together, and being together took on a different look this year. But, our volunteers continued to share their love and support with our Kids thru these trying times of social distancing and isolation. Please, join us in prayer for our Lord to guide each one of us to continue helping His children.
Please, consider volunteering this year. We have current Board and Volunteer positions available. Reach out to Karen DeSmet to find out how to get involved.
Contact Chairperson with any questions or concerns.
Royal Family KIDS is now part of “For the Children”
For 30 years, volunteers, churches, businesses, local municipal partners and Royal Family Kids staff have dedicated their time, talent and treasures to help transform the lives of vulnerable children across the US, and world.
While RFK has formally overseen our camps and mentoring programs, the breadth of our work has evolved far beyond these two programs. Today we provide direct trauma intervention, advocacy, fostering, adoption, support to parents, and other crucial wraparound services.
While we acknowledge the expansion of our work across our 252 chapters, COVID-19 has profoundly increased the needs of children and families. Extreme gaps in fulfilling these needs cannot be overstated.
In order to address the systemic issues surrounding child welfare today, our organization must respond.
Consequently, as of November 2020, Royal Family KIDS, will officially be renamed For The Children. This transition will bring clarity to new opportunities, from providing laptops and shoes to needy children, to assisting overburdened social workers, to providing temporary shelter.
The teaching and example of Jesus in caring for “the least of these” will remain our motivation. As For The Children, we are also eager to focus on the systemic issues facing children, around the globe.
To learn more visit: https://www.forthechildren.org/