What is Kids to Kids?
Mentoring special needs kids in all facets of their lives by helping to develop lifelong skills of our children, through the inspirational leadership of young adults!
Qur approach in each program is combined with attention to cognition, language and social development.


k2k Golf Program Featured

Big Thanks to the Essex Golf Center and the NJ Golf Foundation for their support and sponsorship!         DAILY RECORD LINK

Kali’s Mitzvah Project

One of our wonderful swim mentors, Kalanit Krasner-Cohen is celebrating her Bat Mitzvah. As one of her Mitzvah Projects she had donated swim caps and goggles for our special needs swim program. Thank you Kali!!


Coach Donna Gelegonya, physical education teacher and head swim coach at Morristown High School in New Jersey, has been producing excellence for over 20 years. K2K is forever indebted to Coach G  for being a champion of our programs and we recognize her for her Advocacy, Passion and Dedication for all kids- especially our special Read More

Spotlight On Laura & Sal

“Who makes much of a Miracle”

Walt Whitman

“Who makes much of a Miracle?” is the title of a talk given by the children’s author and early reading expert, Dr. Ted Clymer, based on the beautiful poem “Miracles” by Walt Whitman.  In his talks, Dr. Clymer spoke about the small miracles of helping a child learn to read – a lifelong skill.

We are very lucky and fortunate to have a community of young adults in our K2K organization in Morristown who take these miracles as personal challenges.   Today we would like to shine the spotlight on one of our many miracle workers helping our children develop lifelong skills, Laura Romanski,  aptly also known as “Sal’s Angel”.

Laura is a founding board member of K2K, the creator and instructor of our Art program and a mentor in our swim program. To know Laura is to Spotlight her journey with one of our swimmers that she has mentored for over three years.

Each Saturday during our swim clinic, Laura works with Sal, one of our most challenging swimmers but one that we knew that with persistence and patience we would get him to swim.

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