KIDS' TURN SAN DIEGO- PADRES FUNDRAISER
Friday, September 20, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
• Join us for an evening of fun, food and fireworks while supporting services to children at Kids' Turn San Diego
• Mingle with our guests in the Kona Cove, one of Petco Park's newest hospitality areas overlooking 3rd Base & adjacent to the Western Metal Building
• Stay after the game for a special fireworks show!
• Watch the game and enjoy all-you-can-eat ballpark food (hotdogs, peanuts, popcorn, bottled water, soft drinks) starting at 5:30pm
• All guests will receive a swag bag with a one of a kind event T-shirt and lots of other fun items
• A portion of every ticket sold will benefit children and families attending Kids' Turn San Diego programs
When & Where
Kids' Turn San Diego
With a mission of “promoting, supporting and securing the well-being of children experiencing the challenges of family separation”, Kids’ Turn San Diego helps children and families experiencing separation, divorce and military transitions. We give children a voice to communicate their thoughts and feelings about their family situation and give parents the daily tools they need to be able to communicate and understand HOW to put their child first in their relationship.
Recent attendees had the following to say about our Family Workshops.
“I liked that I could openly share my feelings/emotions with everyone and how they listened and connected to me."
“(I liked most) the friends I met and meeting people with parents being split.”
“Kids learn to be able to have a voice”
“You help kids solve their problems with their parents.”
“My child has a better understanding of why her mother and I are not together. She has learned about her rights. She knows that our (my co-parent and me) problems are not because of her”
“My daughter had another venue and safe place to share her feelings. She was able to speak about her problems around peers her age.”
“My co-parenting relationship has changed completely. I have learned to focus on the kids and not the emotions, to deal in a businesslike manner with my co-parent.”
“I am putting my kids ahead of my pain”
“We have learned the past does not matter only the future and the well being of our daughter”
“I should have taken this class 10 years ago when we first separated.”
“My children feel more comfortable expressing their emotions. They’ve opened up more to me. They’ve smiled a lot more and feel confident.”