Join us Sat., May 4th 2019 from 12 – 3 at Washington Park
Washington Park 5350 South Prairie Ave. hosted at Chicago Youth Programs
Jaiden Kick off Inspirations Speech 12:00 p.m.
Jaiden Henry was fighting for his life 5 years ago and has found many ways to not only be that volunteer someone once was for him, but to inspire others to become more active in being that volunteer for someone else as well. He has accomplished more than some will in their lifetime but he is not slowing down or letting anything get in his way of sharing his story and passion to serve others. He has written an amazing chapter book sharing more than a story but a path guided but very influential people that helped shaped him into the generating impact leader that he is at the age of 11.
Jaiden’s goal is to inspire as many as he can to volunteer and be that person to brighten up someone else’s day. He challenges others to be a better person at school, at home and in their community. When he speaks he touches hearts and souls. He shows kids that no matter their size they can make a big difference!
He has done over 400 service projects giving back to others. He has connected with a few inspirational leaders in his book such as Chance the Rapper, Professor Gideon Ray and hopes to continue growing and connecting to impact thousands more! He has quotes from legends such as Ellen DeGeneres, Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Stephen Curry, Bill Gates, Eric Thomas, Tony Robbins and more! He will be kicking off University of Chicago’s 4th Annual Washington Park Arts Festival where he will be motivating the crowd to join us in a service project that keeps giving. We would love for you to join us and make this day the beginning of more greatness!