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If everyone does a little, we can make a big difference! Jaiden Henry

Jaiden Henry’s 6th Annual Holiday Toy Drive

We are excited to be supporting 11-year-old Jaiden Henry with his Annual Holiday Toy Drive again this year to make sure that kids in multiple hospitals, military kids and kids in need are not without a toy this holiday season.  Jaiden has brought smiles and toys to over 11,000 kids in the last 5 years and set a goal of helping 3,000 kids this holiday season.  WE WOULD LOVE YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN!

Jaiden started this project because 6 years ago he was fighting for his life in 3 different hospitals.  He felt what it was like to be sick and in a hospital bed during a holiday and remembers volunteers and loved ones doing kind things for him to bring him a smile, so set out on a mission to do that for others in need every year.  

Ways to help:

  • Donating new unwrapped toys for kids ages newborn to age 16
  • Donating money to purchase toys needed for specific age groups (Can send money donations to PayPal.Me/KidPossible)
  • Spreading the word to get other businesses, families and schools to join in our efforts to help kids in need. 

All Kids Matter Foundation and SocialWorks with Chance the Rapper

Another year supporting these, 2 amazing organizations, that are making sure we are actively doing our part to keep the homeless warm during these cold Chicago winter months.  Last year collectively we gave out over 16,000 items to the homeless during All Kids Matter’s Taste for the Homeless event.  These items included, shoes, boots, coats and jackets, blankets, gloves, scarves, hats, all types of clothing items and even tents and portable heaters.  WE ARE ALWAYS COLLECTING ITEMS TO DONATE AND APPRECIATE ANY SUPPORT.  It doesn’t take much to go through your closet or house and find items that you or family grew out of or don’t need to donate to a family in need.  “If everyone does a little, we can help a lot.” Jaiden Henry

Past 2019 November Veterans

Thanksgiving Food Drive

We found many ways to give back to one event with Caring Patriot NFP! We loved motivating schools, families, sports clubs, teams of anyone who wanted to give back and join efforts for an amazing event and was a part of something HUGE!

Many ways to give back

  1. Motivate your job, school, family or team to collect non perishable food items to donate.
  2. Collect money and donate to Caring Patriots NFP organization
  3. Volunteer your time and sign up to sort, bag and distribute food and be a part of the 2 day event bringing smile to our nation’s heroes!
  4. Create cards or letters to be included in the bags to 1,000 veterans!
  5. Create a poster or get posters made from schools or employers to display and thank our heroes on pick up day where they get lots of donated food!

Veteran’s Day Give Backs

Navy Veteran Motivating and Educating Students and Staff  at Multiple Locations bringing a day full of engaging activities and smiles to connect families and thank our heroes.  If your school is looking for an engaging inspirational military veteran speaker, Please reach out to Kim at

Past 2018 December Toy Drive

 Jaiden Henry’s 5th Annual Holiday Toy Drive

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Kid Possible Worldwide took on the challenge to helped 10-year-old, Jaiden Henry with his 5th Annual Toy Drive, and will filled a truck with toys for kids in the hospital and military kids in need.  Many kids are left out this holiday season but for the 5 years in a row, Jaiden is doing his part and raised his high goal and brought smiles to over 2,500 kids. In 2018 with your help we were able to gift 2,600 kids during the holiday season!

There are many ways to join us and be a part of bringing smiles to the faces of very deserving children!

  • Adopt a family (average $25  per child)
  • Donate any unwrapped gift 
  • Donate any amount to go towards purchasing gifts for children not yet adopted out.

Donations can be made to PayPal.Me/KidPossible 

Some Previous Organizations and Hospitals that Jaiden gave toys to are:

HUD VASH Veterans just housed from being homeless, Hope Manor, Allen J Lynch Foundation families, The Mission Continues, One Savvy Veteran, Chicago Veterans, Kids Rank, Remaking the World(RTW Vet Center), All Kids Matter Foundation, It Takes Lives to Save Lives, St. Joseph Hospital, Ronald McDonald House, Christ Children’s Advocate, Morris Hospital and more!

From the bottom of our hearts we thank everyone who took the time to be a part of successfully helping 2,000 kids in the previous 4 years!

Toys are needed so we answer the call!

Warm Winter Initiative

Collecting items to Support SocialWorks and All Kids Matter Taste for the Homeless event in January and “A Night at The Museum” event in December!

We have put out the word and helped collect over 16,000 hats, gloves, scarfs, socks, blankets and more to help with The Taste For the Homeless event!

We are all doing our part to help keep others warm during the cold winter season.

More Past Events

If everyone does a little, we can make a big difference! Jaiden Henry

Cards for Heroes

More incredible heroes that served our country and are turning 100 years old! We are asking schools, clubs and sports teams and families to create cards to share with these amazing heroes to celebrate their special day with even more smiles. We encourage you to be creative. Some kids scrapbook on the cards with layers, some write jokes or ask questions! Have fun and if you can’t send one feel free to connect with us on Facebook to have your message included in our gift to them!

Connect on Kid Possible Worldwide Social Media

On May 22 World War !! veteran Khampheng Scott also known as Charlotte, will be turning 100! She graduated from nursing school on the East Coast, enlisted in the Army and worked in the military hospital in Tidworth, England. She served when she was 24 years old. She worked for another 20 years in nursing and in 2014 was honored to attend the Honor Flight Welcome Home Celebration and hasn’t missed one since!
Please send birthday cards to show your support and make her 100th birthday one she will never forget! Thank you in advance for any support in sharing this to help others be a part of something great!
Send Letters To:
Khampheng Scott
C/O: Charlotte Schwid
12110 Business Blvd. Ste 6
PMB 207
Eagle River, AK 99577

Collecting More Letters for a Police Hero   

Thank you for helping 11-year old Jaiden Henry collect and send words of support and encouragement for a courageous hero that was paralyzed in line of duty almost 3 years ago.  We would love any support to make Office Tim Jones smile even bigger by challenging others to write or send some positive words to let Office Tim Jones know we have not forgotten about him and are supporting him along his journey! One small act by many can make a amazing impact on another’s life.  Be a part of this amazing project and join us! More background about Office Tim Jones’s story can be found here!

Inspire others to be a part of this and even motivate teams of others to get involved easily by:

  1. Create or purchase a card and have multiple people, even people you run into throughout the day to add a few encouraging words for this hero. Send directly to:


  1. You can send a message and share the post on Facebook and get others connected by asking them to take a few seconds and post a positive message. Click here or above to Facebook Page All messages will be hand written and included in cards to Office Tim Jones!

Thank you for any support is sharing his story and positive words of encouragement!

Any questions feel free to reach out to Kimberly McGraw at:

 We collected hundreds of 100th Birthday Cards and Positive Messages for WW2 Army Veteran Harold Brosowske.

Thank you for helping make this hero’s birthday that was on February 25th 1919, one that made him smile and feel 100 years young!  We had multiple schools, clubs and sports teams and families create cards to share with this amazing hero who served with the 86th Battalion in Texas during WW2.  He has an amazing family that he is very close with and loves to spend time with.  When Kid Possible Worldwide heard and made contact with Harold’s wonderful granddaughter, Becky Yaworski about his birthday we knew we could connect others to bring even more smiles to this veteran’s special day! 

Meet Harold and Granddaughter Becky


Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts for everyone who was involved and helped to make his 100th birthday this year his best year yet!   Cards were sent to:

Harold Brosowske

901 Florsheim Drive

Libertyville, IL 60048 

4th Annual Washington Park Arts Festival

5350 South Prairie Avenue

Hosted at Chicago Youth Programs

Saturday, May 4th 2019, 11 year old motivational speaker and author Jaiden Henry inspired the crowd of families in attendance and everyone joined in a special project that kept giving. We had free food, entertainment and a service project giving back to our nations heroes. From 12 – 3 p.m. Jaiden kicked off the event and shared his story of fighting for his life and now fighting for the lives of others!


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