Our goals for 2011 are to have 25+ stands throughout the city of Alexandria
to raise $10,000+ for two charities benefitting children in Alexandria.
Come join co-chairs, Tommy May, Ben Luce and Lauren Zapko plus the Kids Helping Kids committee on Saturday, May 7th at the main stand at Market Square at 310 King Street from 9 am - 4 pm or at First Baptist Church at 2923 King Street from 10 am - 2 pm for a glass of lemonade to help raise money for at-risk youth!
Or log on to www.Spring2ACTion.org and press the "give" key and find Kids Helping Kids and make your donation on-line!
To date, our sponsors for 2011 include: Boomerang Promotions; Endless Water; Harris Teeter; The Zapko Family; Lindsay Automotive Group; The May Family; Jack Taylor's Alexandria Toyota-Scion; Sarah King & Lyles Carr; Give Back Alexandria; Sarah King & Lyles Carr; The Bentsen Family; Carroll Wireless; The Simmons Family; The Pasfield Family; Colonial Parking: Neuhaus-Speck Family Foundation; The Miller Family; The Bruhn Morris Family Foundation; Anonymous; The Newhouse Family; Old Town Alexandria Patch; The Fleuchaus-Langworthy Family; The Luce Family; The Chiaramonte Family; HonestAire; The Becker Family; The Bradley Family; The Willey Family; The Pratt Family; The Griswold Family; The McGinn Family; The Anderson Family; The Lopez Family; Neighborhood Restaurant Group; The Micklem Family; Jon W. Williams, Jr., DDS, Family Dentistry; The McAfee Family; and The Thomas Family!
Lemonaide Day partners with Spring for Alexandria
Once again, Lemonaide Day 2011 will take part in a three-day celebration of giving and service in Alexandria called Spring for Alexandria, which takes place from May 5th - 7th. For more information on Spring for Alexandria, please check their website at www.springforalexandria.org. We are proud to be partners with Volunteer Alexandria, the Alexandria Jaycees, ACT for Alexandria and the City of Alexandria!
Lemonaide Day 2010 Summary:
Lemonaide Day '10 (Saturday, May 1, 2010) was a successful day! The Alexandria community came through with kids hosting over 28 stands throughout the city, which raised over $ 4,300+ for lemonade sales plus ad additional $4,400 raised from family and corporate donations. The total funds of $ 8,600 were split between Coats for Kids and the ALIVE! Child Development Center. To learn more about the charities we donated to in 2010 and 2009, you can visit their websites: Coats for Kids and ALIVE Child Development Center. We, and more importantly, the children of Alexandria, appreciate your continued support and donations and hope we can count on you for 2011!