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.

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Morristown Boys go “off road” to raise funds!

Morristown boys go ‘off road’ to raise money for Kids2Kids   So what did you accomplish during COVID this summer?  If you want to be impressed by a group of teenage boys–check this out! Owen Genrich, Ciaran Myers, David Stephens, Dylan Kratochvil and Luca Hadley love to bike and decided to challenge themselves with a Read More


Learning Academy Fundraiser Concert

Please join Paddy May, host of Kids2Kids Sunday Sing Along, for a celebration of music in support of Kids2Kids Learning Academy. ZOOM LINK WILL OPEN AT 6:45PM ON JANUARY 15TH K2K Host is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Learning Academy Fundraiser Time: Jan 15, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Read More


Congresswoman Sherrill High Praise for our Mentors

  Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill, has been an advocate for special needs people since taking office. She has kept a close watch on the K2K work we do with special needs children. K2k was invited to participates in her Round Tables on issues that special needs families face each day. She has had representatives at our graduation 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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