Matthew Catrambone

Matthew joined the K2K Board in 2021 after volunteering with the organization for two years, first as a mentor in the swim program, then in our virtual programs. He moved into a leadership role with K2K as a program host for virtual programs, where he supervised and facilitated K2K sessions. He enjoys developing relationships with both mentors and participants in our programs, and serving the...
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Claire Wong

Claire Wong is a part of the Class of 2025 at Newark Academy and has been volunteering with Kids to Kids (K2K) since she was in fifth grade. A swimmer for the Metro Area LifeTime Swim Team, she has several years of experience teaching kids how to swim from working with members of the Dolphins swim team, and has transferred that experience into teaching K2K participants in the pool. At school,...
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Will Wong

Will Wong is a part of the Class of 2023 at Newark Academy and has been involved with our organization since 7th grade. Will began working with K2K through our swimming program and his passion what we do has grown alongside his level of involvement. Through his many hours working with our organization, earning himself a Presidential Volunteer Service Award, Will’s passion for helping kids...
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Paddy May

Paddy, a high school freshman, is a choir member and often featured soloist for the Keystone State Boychoir (KSB), a part of the Commonwealth Youthchoirs. He has performed on three continents and was most recently featured on NBC’s Today Show on Christmas Day, along with a small group of fellow choir members.
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Lucie Antonius

Lucie Antonius is a 12th grade student athlete at Mendham High School. She joined K2K as a 7th grader and has since become an active mentor in swimming, running, drama, art, yoga and horticulture programs. Her tool kit includes an infectious smile and an abundance of energy and empathy. She is an honor roll student and a three-season varsity athlete with a special love for middle distance...
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Daniel Catrambone

     Daniel Catrambone joined our board in 2019 as a high school freshman and is now a junior at West Morris Mendham High School. Daniel is an active mentor in our swimming program and enjoys sharing his enthusiasm and knowledge for swimming every Saturday with our kids. He enjoys working with swimmers of all ages and abilities and helping them achieve their individual goals and strides in...
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Rachel Farbman

       Rachel Farbman is a senior at Morristown High School (MHS) and joined Kids to Kids (K2K) in sixth grade. Rachel’s dedication and motivation is apparent in everything she does. She is a high honor roll student at MHS and is passionate about her role on the K2K board. Rachel’s commitment to K2K began with the swim program, but now you’ll see her facilitating many of the K2K virtual...
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Mackenzie May

With her leadership role in founding Kids to Kids, Mackenzie May is a shining example of the concept of “It takes a village to raise a child.”  Deeply impacted by seeing her own brother Ryan struggle and succeed despite his autism, Mackenzie’s vision is to take the best practices her family has used with her beloved brother and make them available to a much broader audience of special needs...
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Keira Riley

Keira Riley is currently a freshman at Morristown High School.  She enjoys many things including swim, softball, volleyball, theater, science and much more.  She is an accomplished swimmer who has been to multiple national level swim meets.  Keira is a captain for her school softball team.  She will go to Morristown High next year and participate in the STEM Academy within the school.  Keira has...
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Ally Smith

Ally Smith, is a sixth grade honor roll student at Frelinghuysen Middle School. She has been swimming with special needs children for several years, and enjoys being part of K2K success. Ally swam competitively at Greater Morristown YMCA for three years, and also swims for Kellogg Club for the last five years. This summer Ally was awarded MVP (Most valuable player) for Kellogg Clubs summer swim...
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