Unicorn Children’s Foundation & Unicorn Village Academy conduct Toy Drive for children in need this Holiday Season (December 21, 2015)
Boca Raton FL – December 21, 2015 – Unicorn Children’s Foundation’s first annual Fire & Ice Holiday Party included a request for guests to bring a gift for a child in need this holiday season. In addition, Unicorn Village Academy conducted a toy drive internally amongst staff, parents, and friends, and between the two joint efforts we are very proud to say that we gathered over 75 gifts for boys and girls in need!
HANDY (Helping Abused Neglected Disadvantaged Youth) was identified as the beneficiary receiving the gifts, which will be distributed amongst Broward County children who otherwise would likely not receive anything. Evan Goldman, CEO of HANDY, was able to accept the gifts in person from our students, who played an integral role in the toy drive conducted by the Academy.
Our students, who themselves have special needs of varying range, were very excited to be a part of this campaign; it was very heartwarming to see the joy and love that was inspired in them as they grew excited about donating toys to help someone else.
Unicorn Children’s Foundation, whose goal is to give children with special needs the opportunity to excel in their communities, as well as expand the collective special needs community and available resources therein, would like to say a big THANK YOU to Neighbors 4 Neighbors, HANDY, and all the people whose hard work and efforts made this possible. Happy Holidays!
About the Unicorn Children’s Foundation Unicorn Children's Foundation is a non-profit organization providing education, awareness and funding opportunities to organizations for special needs children in an effort to help kids excel in the community. For millions of special needs children with developmental, communication and learning challenges, finding a cure is like chasing a rainbow in that a cure remains elusive. The Unicorn Children’s Foundation is expanding the collective special needs community to help acknowledge, celebrate and integrate the special qualities possessed by neurodiverse children with Autism, ADHD, Bipolar, Asperger’s, Dyslexia and other learning disorders.