Kids Help Children and giveaway

I love fun events that benefit a good cause. Kids Help Children is one event that promises to be fun for the entire family and benefits Children’s Hospital of Orange County.

Kids Help Children will take place on Sunday, November 14th from 2pm to 5pm at the  Anaheim Hilton Hotel. Kids Help Children promises to offer entertainment for all ages, including bouncers, balloons and face painting for the little ones, and gaming elements for the older ones. Every child will leave with a prize! Best of all, kids will get into the spirit of giving as they play games to win prizes for patients of CHOC who are unable to attend due to illness.

Kids Help Children benefiting CHOC  is a toy drive and fundraiser with a fun celebrity twist. The kiddos will be able to get their favorite star’s autograph and have a great time all while helping the children of CHOC. Some of the stars that will be attending are

  • Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical)
  • Ariana Grande (Victorious)
  • Chelsea Staub (Jonas)
  • Ashley Argota (True Jackson VP)
  • Caroline Sunshine (Marmaduke)
  • Chyler Leigh (Grey’s Anatomy)
  • Devon Werkheiser (Ned’s Declassified)
  • Kenton Duty (Shake it Up/Lost)
  • Malese Jow (Unfabulous)
  • Ryan Ochoa (iCarly)
  • Sammi Hanratty (Suite Life, Christmas Carol)
  • Savvy & Mandy (Radio Disney)

Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children.To learn more about the event head here.

It’s giveaway time! I have a family four pack of tickets to giveaway. All you have to do is leave a comment and let me know why you would like to attend.

For additional entries follow Kids Help Children on Facebook. You have until next Sunday November 7th to enter. Good luck!


  1. Debbie says:

    I love the idea of getting my kids interested and understanding of giving of themselves and/or their time to help others. This would be an awesome event to take them to.

  2. Jennifer :) says:

    We’re part of a group called Kids That Give that helps families volunteer together. This would be a great event to help further that lesson of giving to others and having fun at the same time.

  3. Susan says:

    I would really love to win this pack! Anything CHOC related has special meaning to me because my son was hospitalized with RSV at CHOC for 3 days when he was 5 weeks old. The staff was AMAZING to us and helped us during a very difficult and scary time! I love the idea of helping other CHOC patients with this benefit.

  4. kate glaze says:

    I would love the opportunity to teach my 5 year old helping others. She is a passionate little girl already and to show her that she can help and make a difference, even at 5 would be one of the best lessons I can teach her

  5. Joanne Kennedy says:

    This sounds like a great time. I would love to take my small (4) girl scout troop to this. Sure I would have to pay for an extra ticket for me but that would be fine. It’s a good cause 🙂

    Our Troop is learning about giving back so this would be another way to show how fund raisers work.

  6. Janette says:

    This looks like a great event all around. I think its so important to teach or kidos to give back. I would love to have the opportunity to attend this event to share the importance of giving with my daughter.

  7. Linda P. says:

    We are trying to teach our children to think of others before themselves and this would be a great opportunity. Pick us 🙂

  8. Lori Moore says:

    I would love to win tickets for my family. We have always been involved with helping children and child advocacy. This would be a great event for the kids to attend! CHOC was very good to my Son during his stay there…..we would really like to give back any way we could!

  9. Lindsay says:

    My husband and I both volunteer and would love to teach this to my son and family. We would take my niece and nephew who are older and would appreciate to learn more about it.

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