Do you know a young person in Maryland who does something extraordinary for their community? Nominate them for the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship program now through March 15.
Every year, the Kohl’s Cares program rewards young people throughout the country for their volunteer efforts. This year, Kohl’s will be giving out more than $440,000 in scholarship money and prizes to 2,200 kids between age 6 and 18, who have made a difference in their communities.
Last year, four Maryland kids were awarded money for their activities, including Christina Antonini of Edgewater who managed a team to fundraise, design and build a boutique that functions as a retail store and job skills training center for women at a long-term residential treatment facility, and Casey Lowry of Pasadena, who volunteered more than 200 hours of service with the Kami’s Jammies program to provide new sleepwear and themed pajama parties to pediatric patients in local hospitals.
If you know an exceptional child, visit kohlskids.com now through March 15 to tell their story and nominate them for an award.