Two local elementary school students, Turner and Simon, spent the winter months making origami to sell at their school store so they could donate the proceeds to an organization “the school store believes in the most.”  They said Kids Five & Over, “supports what we think is right.”  And so, under the tutelage of school counselor, Joy Testa-Cutting, they set a goal.  

In May, Turner and Simon presented a cash donation to K50.  Their wide smiles tell the story of their success.  Their smiles also show their gratitude to those who supported their mission.  

Thank you Turner, Simon and Mrs. Testa Cutting!  You are a dynamic team and we are incredibly grateful for your generosity.

Rye Students donate $1,000 to Kids Five & Over, a group that helps youths grow their talents. Photo by Karen Dandurant.

Seacoast Online: Two local teens from Portsmouth Middle School thank Santa for his generous $500 donation to Kids Five and Over, a local nonprofit that helps needy children build their talents and pursue their dreams. Photo by Rich Beauchesne/Seacoastonline.

Linda Beal of Kids Five & Over receives a seed grant from the Pollination Project. The Pollination Project provides grants for individual change makers and projects that promote compassion around the world.

Molly Mickela, student at Portsmouth High School, wrote a beautiful editorial about Kids Five & Over for the Portsmouth Herald. Thank you, Molly, for your kind words.

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