If you have any new or gently used prom (long or short) or bridesmaid dresses you'll never wear again, you can donate them to Bianca's Kids for our Bianca's Closets. These closets are set up in schools so that any teen that can't afford a dress for prom can take one for free. No child should miss their prom because of the associated high costs. Your old dress collecting dust in the back of your closet could make prom doable for a child who is financially struggling.
If you are interested in donating a dress(es) please contact our director in charge of Bianca's Closets, Vanessa at Vanessa@biancaskids.org.
Nyah didn’t smile. She was ashamed of her teeth. More than anything she wanted braces but mom couldn’t afford them and insurance didn’t cover braces.
Thanks to our sponsor and the greatest Orthodontist in the country Dr. Dan Bills of Innovative Orthodontics, we were able to make Nyah’s wish come true. She is getting her braces and a smile she can be proud of. Look how happy she was at her first visit with Dr. Dan.
Thank you Dr. Dan! We love and appreciate you.
Cameron Quinn is an 8 year old boy who attends St Mary’s School in Williamstown, NJ. and is a member of Cub Scouts Pack 161.
Last January, our director Sean Newlin (photographed with Cameron below) was invited to speak to Cameron’s scout pack about Bianca’s Kids and the importance of giving back. That speech inspired Cameron to came up with a plan of action. He became really excited and with the help of his and the Fleming family, they decided to knit hats for our sick & needy children. He met the deadline of October 7 and today delivered 100 hand crafted hats and headbands to our headquarters. These amazing hats range from pepperoni pizza to candy corn and ninja turtles as you can see. Cameron is a remarkable boy who we want to shine a light on today. Nothing better than kids helping kids! According to Cameron “no matter how old you are you can always help others”. This beautiful boy is wise beyond his years.
Cameron’s hats will be going to St. Chris Children’s Hospital for their patients.
“I’d like to thank South Jersey Magazine for this honor. I am humbled to be included in this esteemed list of women.”
CHICK-FIL-A DONATES $9,432 TO BIANCA’S KIDS THANKS TO ALL THOSE GALLONS OF ICED TEA & LEMONADE YOU BOUGHT!
We spent the evening with our partners at Chick-fil-A wherein they presented us with the proceeds of their “Gallons Of Wishes” campaign for Bianca’s Kids. Once again in 2018, Chick-fil-A donated a dollar for every gallon of iced tea and lemonade they sold during the summer months at participating NJ locations. Thanks to that fundraiser, they presented us with a check for $9,432.00 today. That’s a ton of wishes for our kids.
We could never repay Chick-fil-A for all they have done and continue do for us and our wish recipients. We are forever grateful to all of the operators & staff of all the participating Southern & Central NJ stores. Thank you for your love and generosity. ️
Just finished packing 72 backpacks with basic needs and school supplies for homeless and displaced students in Monroe Twp.,NJ
Thanks to ShopRite (Williamstown, NJ), Walmart Turnersville and all of you who donated, we were able to fill the backpacks with:
A fuzzy blanket
Pens & pencils
Deck of cards
Chewy granola bars
We thank you all for making this project a successful one. We feel comfort in knowing that all of our schools will be equipped with these backpacks to hand out to kids that need them.
A BIG BK THANK YOU goes out to the associates at Walmart Turnersville who donated 75 backpacks, snacks and waters for 75 homeless and displaced children in Monroe Twp. What a wonderful way to give back as a “Work family.” We appreciate you Walmart!
Walmart has been a supporter of Bianca's Kids since day 1. They continued their support this month with a $2,000 donation to help continue our mission at the re-Grand Opening of the Walmart Store in Turnersville, NJ.
Thank you Walmart. We appreciate you!