How to Get Involved

***Due to COVID-19, KIC has decided to postpone all large in-person KIC projects for the foreseeable future. However, KIC currently offers at-home, individual family and small in person projects.***

Check out our upcoming projects and our at-home ideas!

Job Posting: Looking to get in involved in KIC Leadership?

Do you have a desire to become involved with Kids Impact Community but don’t know how? Perhaps you have experience with persons of all abilities or people age 60 and over!? Do you love to foster and instill beliefs in your children that WE ALL have the ability to do good in our community? Well, we have a role for YOU! 

We are looking for a Playgroup Leader to carry out our newest playgroup at Milwaukee Center for Independence! The playgroup is already up and running, lesson plans are made, supplies are ready, you have a co leader, we just need YOU to take the reins and set sail with this most exciting new playgroup spot! 

Contact Allison Holliday at for more details!


here’s how to get started! :

  • Registration and new events will be advertised via social media, our newsletter, and website. Almost all new events start registration the first of the month.

  • No membership necessary. Every event is FREE with occasional donations requested but not required.

  • Event registration is through our website

  • After registration, we will email you to confirm and provide talking points for you and your child to prepare for the event

We ask that you read through our event description carefully to make sure the project is a good fit for your family. For every project, we make sure that you have the Project Leader’s contact information in case you have any questions or a change of plans.

On the day of the event, as you arrive, please look for families wearing orange and turquoise blue shirts! Our events start promptly with an introduction by the facility partner or by our project leader. By design, our events are fast paced in order to fit the attention spans of our young volunteers. After the event, the project leader will send you an email to recap the event and ask for you to fill out a short survey rating your experience.

Leadership Team and Board Meetings

The Leadership Team Meetings are a chance for our project leaders to fruitfully reflect on past projects and brainstorm for future events- together. Our Board gathers monthly to maintain our organization’s sustainability and ensures our fidelity to our mission and vision. Scheduled into our meeting calendar are occasional training sessions and projects. If you are interested in joining us as a project leader or board member, please email us at


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