On October 16, the nationally recognized Kidd Kraddick Morning Show will dedicate its air time to raising donations for the Kidd’s Kids trip in November.
Being called “Kidd’s Kids Day”, this source of funding will go to the families of special needs students to help fund their trip to Walt Disney World in November.
Growing in numbers each year, the listeners of the show donate money to support the cause. On Kidd’s Kids Day the morning show will talk about previous trips, personal stories from children who have traveled to Disney World in the past and encourage the listeners to help change the lives of Kidd’s Kids. Last year, over $460,000 was raised on Kidd’s Kids Day.
One of the fortunate recipients of this year’s trip is Kaden Minor. Kaden is a special needs student who attends Kilpatrick Biomedical Engineering School. He is in the first grade and works hard to overcome any obstacles placed before him. When asked about being awarded this honor, Kaden responded, “I am excited to go to Disney World!”
“This is a trip that many children dream about and we are delighted that Kidd’s Kids is providing Kaden this opportunity to experience what is sure to be a magical experience at Walt Disney World,” commented DeMarcus Green, principal of Kilpatrick.