Today, 100 Kids Who Care is run by Coco Randolph and co-director Harley Simard-Halm with mentorship by Jody Feagan, co-founder of 100 Women Who Care Santa Fe.
100 Kids Who Care in Santa Fe meets four times a year for one hour. Three names of non-profit organizations will be drawn from a hat and presented on for five minutes each by the kid that nominated them or a member of the organization. We’ll vote and the cause with the most votes will be given the collective donation of $5-20 per kid.
The first 100 kids to either bring five friends or attend four meetings will receive a certificate as well as having their name added to our website as a founding member of this amazing organization. The first ten kids will receive a 100 Kids Who Care Santa Fe tea shirt in addition.
100 Kids Who Care was founded after Coco, a young entrepreneur, who created Coco’s Bangles, attended a meeting of 100 Women Who Care in Santa Fe and decided that the kids of Santa Fe should be able to feel that they can make a difference as well. With the help of Jody Feagan, co-founder of 100 Women Who Care in Santa Fe, Coco started 100 Kids Who Care in Santa Fe.
About Coco’s Bangles
Coco’s Bangles was created by nine-year-old Coco Randolph on a cross country trip in 2012. Coco began winding beads and suede into bracelets that would lead to Coco’s Bangles. Today, each bangle is handmade in Santa Fe, New Mexico using eco-certified green materials.
A portion of all Coco’s Bangles sales are donated to charities that reflect the concern Coco has for animals and the environment. These include:
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We Would Also Like to Thank
Body Santa Fe for hosting our second year of events and supporting us in expanding this organization. 333 West Paseo Road
Studio Center Santa Fe (formerly Warehouse 21) for generously hosting our first four meetings ever and supporting our cause. 1614 Paseo De Peralta