Local cause to be helped through September Kidz Fest

August 29, 2013 by  

The 8th annual Kidz Fest is taking place in Cherry Hill next month, and is expected to attract approximately 5,000 visitors.

Kidz Fest is a fundraiser for Help Women and Children Now. The organization raises money to help find a cure for pediatric heart disease and premature births. It was founded by Lisa and Steve Hurley in memory of their son Stephen.

The festival will feature plenty of activities, such as carnival games, bouncy houses, crafts, pony rides, and live music. Everyone who attends will also receive a free gift bag, so it looks set to be a fun day for the entire family.

Local businesses can help through buying advertising or sponsoring the event, and levels of sponsorship range from $100 – $5,000. Those who wish to host a table for an activity or a giveaway can sponsor the event for $750. Companies who do this will be allowed to display banners, and businesses also have the opportunity to provide items to be included in the free gift bags.

Businesses taking part in the festival will likely be traveling from different communities around the area, such as from nearby Berlin. No doubt items like banners for display and flyers for advertising will be designed and printed with help from local print companies.

Kidz Fest will take place at Challenge Grove Park in Cherry Hill on September 22 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. For more information about the event, contact Lisa Hurley at 856-816-4070.