Katie's Krops will host a dinner for anyone in need of a healthy hot meal on:
Thursday, September 29th, 2011
at 6:00 p.m.
Summerville Baptist Church
417 Central Avenue Summerville, SC
Thank you to Summerville Baptist Church for opening your doors and your hearts to the people of Summerville. We are very excited to host our first dinner at your church.
If you have any question about this event please call Stacy at 843-327-3366
Cory Fuller joins Katie’s Krops as the Director of Education after four years of teaching middle school at Pinewood Preparatory School where she was Katie's sixth grade Science teacher. Before working with Katie at PPS, Cory graduated with her Master’s degree from the University of Connecticut in 2006. She taught outdoor education at a Pre-K to 3rd grade elementary school while finishing her degree, and has also taught 4th-7th grade at different schools here in South Carolina. Her passion is the outdoors and teaching in it. Cory joins Katie’s Krops with the same dream as Katie to help those in need and to inspire the younger generation to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
Katie & Cory Fuller
Katie’s Krops is thrilled to announce that we are a finalist for a grant from the Tom’s of Maine 50 States for Good! This is a national initiative to support the goodness behind grassroots community projects! Six organizations will share in Tom’s of Maine $150,000 sponsorship fund, including one organization that will be given $50,000. Katie needs your help! Place your vote at www.50statesforgood.com.
Click Here to Vote now and Vote Often!
You can vote once a day until September 13th!
Through Katie’s Krops and my gardening adventures I have met so many amazing people. I especially love meeting other kids who are making a difference in the world. In 2009 I was honored as Build a Bear Huggable Hero along with 14 other amazing individuals. We spend 3 days together bonding and learning about each other efforts.
I was thrill when several weeks ago one of my fellow 2009 Huggable Heroes contacted me about starting a Katie’s Krops garden in New Jersey. Jenny and I have joined forces and last weekend the first official Katie’s Krops garden in the garden state has tilled ground. I want to thank Jenny and all of the New Jersey volunteers for help Katie’s Krops grow and expand. I look forward to sharing photos and stories from the new garden. Thank you Jenny!
Selecting the winners of the spring 2011 Katie’s Krops grants was a huge challenge. We received over 200 fantastic grant applications. The plan was to select just two winners but that proved impossible. There were seven applications that stood out and the decision was made to give all seven applicants the grant. There were also three applications that I couldn’t afford to give a full grant to but wanted to help. They received a mini grant.
The winners are:
-Aiden from New York
-Ms. Babin’s Class from Georgia
-Chance, Canyon & Hunter from Arkansas
-Martha from North Carolina
-Phoebe from Massachusetts
-Rockella from New York
-Ms. Smith’s Class from Kentucky
-The mini grant winners-
-Dominic from Georgia
-Ted from Wisconsin
-Zachary from Pennsylvania
Please check back to read about the winners gardening adventures and about the people they help in their communities. They will be writing blogs for Katie’s Krops and sharing their photos.