Kicks 4 Kids Family Day benefitting Note in the Pocket hosted by Credit Suisse


Event Date

Sat, Sep 10, 2016


Morrisville, NC


Activity Today Later

Kicks 4 Kids Family Fun Day Walk (19 and older)

$10 $10 Closed

Kicks 4 Kids Family Walk (18 and younger)

$0 $0 Closed

Kicks 4 Kids Fun Run (ages 12 and under) - hosted by Credit Suisse

$10 $10 Closed

About This Activity

♥ Please join us for
Kicks 4 Kids Family Day
September 10, 9AM to 11AM 

Our fun morning includes a Family Walk, Kids Fun Run, fun characters and a youth Obstacle Course! We will enjoy music and coffee from Oak City Barista while we support Note in the Pocket. Keep a look out for the Mystery Guests! Register to win a Caribbean Cruise donated by Linda Craft & Team Realtors. (Must be present to win) 

♥Please bring new socks and/or new/gently used shoes to donate to Note in the Pocket.♥
(Each person who brings a donation receives an extra entry for the cruise drawing. Parents of children bringing donations will receive an extra entry in their name.) 
♥All proceeds to benefit Note in the Pocket.♥

Note in the Pocket provides clothing to impoverished and homeless children in Wake County. We believe it is unacceptable that children are limited in their educational and social development because they do not have appropriate clothes for school. Money raised from the Kicks for Kids Family Day helps us fulfill our mission. For more information about our charity, please visit


·        ♦ Family Fun Walk for Adults: $10
         ♦ Family Fun Walk for Children 18 and younger: Free!
·        ♦ Kids Fun Run: $10 (Prizes awarded to the top boy and girl finishers)

Purchase Note in the Pocket items at our Kicks 4 Kids Swag Shop.

Morning of Fun:

  8:30 AM - Family Swag Bag pick up
  9:00 AM - Kids Fun Run. 
10:00 AM - Walk around the Credit Suisse campus to raise awareness for Note in the Pocket

See you Saturday, September 10 and we will enjoy a morning with friends, fun activities, and great refreshments while we help Note in the Pocket clothe the needy children of Wake County with dignity and love. 

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