The Kids Cancer Foundation hosted its annual Gobble Gobble Fall Festival on Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Live 360 Studio in the Mall at Wellington Green. The socially distanced event was held differently than in years past, but a success nonetheless.
With all the hardship faced during 2020, families enjoyed this opportunity to come together. Every family received fall harvest bags of Thanksgiving meal fixings and Publix gift cards toward their Thanksgiving turkeys. Children were entertained by Clay Haus of Palm Beach Gardens, which brought clay ornaments to paint. The children’s creations will then be used in the shop’s Christmas tree window display this year.
Each child was also given Disney Trading Post lanyards, take-home crafts and blankets provided by Journey Church of Lake Worth. Through the support of The Acreage community, Ninkirk Ministries and the Asofsky Family Foundation, the KCF families left the event stocked and prepared for their Thanksgiving feasts.
The Kids Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit charity founded in 2001 with a mission to provide hope and support to local children and families battling childhood cancer and/or blood disorders. For more information, visit www.kidscancersf.org.