Business Spotlight October 2016
Join a 5K Hero Run/Walk to Benefit Kids with ADHD
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 6.4 million kids (ages 4–17) are diagnosed with ADHD and autism each year. Hope So Bright, a nonprofit charity foundation supporting programs for disadvantaged and underserved youth, is currently focused on helping children with ADHD. Your family can help, too!
Register now for the 5K ADHD Hero Run/Walk at Liberty Station on Oct. 30. Attendees can walk or run the foggy course in costume, among ghouls and zombies. Family fun and exercise for a great cause! Pre-registration is required at www.hopesobright.org/san-diego. Event proceeds benefit programs and services for children with ADHD.
“Hope So Bright’s foundation is unique in its approach, offering much-needed financial assistance to nonprofits making a true difference in the lives of children in need,” says Leanne Huebner, co-founder of Minds Matter, a previous grant recipient. To learn about other nonprofits supported by Hope So Bright, visit the website.
Hope So Bright
STEAM Activities Are a Snap at Snapology
Snapology is a learning concept designed for kids (ages 4–14) that combines play with interactive education, using a combination of Legos and technology. Each activity reinforces STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) with Lego brick activities such as robotics, animation and gaming.
“Snapology is an exciting place for kids to enhance reading, writing and math skills, and use their imagination while having fun!” says Lyndy Cuevas, a Snapology customer.
Attend an interactive STEAM workshop or host a birthday party at Snapology’s new Discovery Center. Mobile workshops will come to your child’s school, scouting event or other community location.
Plan a date night and leave the kids at Snapology for “Parent’s Night Out” the first Friday of every month, from 6–9 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Have toddlers? Parents and tots can attend Tuesday Tots (9:00–9:45 a.m.) and spend time learning numbers and letters, using toddler-friendly Duplo blocks.
Snapology of San Diego
4204 Adams Ave., Kensington
Published October 2016
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