Come have fun & learn with us!
All Aboard for Kids offers unique summer day camp programs for all area elementary and middle school students, as well as for those on the autism spectrum entering K-8th grade!
Held at The Plex – Christ Community Church of Ames Activity & Community Center, these programs are fun, education-based, enrichment opportunities designed to help all kids to:
- Prevent cognitive regression
- Ease the transition to the next school year
- Encourage social skills development with peers
- Promote physical activity & practice gross motor skills
Open to all students entering K-8th+. Includes special supports for kids with autism.
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We are officially in the last week of our January fundraiser with GiveIowa! Every bit counts, and now is the perfect time to donate if you haven't gotten the chance yet. We appreciate all of the donations we have received so far and the likes and shares from our community. Donate at: giveiowa.org.
We are officially 10% of the way to our fundraising goal with our friends at GiveIowa! You can help by sharing our posts and donating at giveiowa.org. $250 of the donations on their site will be matched through the month of January. Thank you for your support, we couldn't do it without you!
Friends and families, we hope your year is off to a great start. We are looking forward to big things in 2020 - including being chosen as GiveIowa's organization of the month for January! You can help support us by donating to All Aboard for Kids on the GiveIowa crowd-funding site. Up to $250 of donations through their site will be matched during this month. Visit giveiowa.org to learn more and donate today.
“Let me start off by first saying, WOW!! This program is way more than we could have ever expected! It was fun to see Mallory work on reading, social skills, physical activities and simply just having fun with other kiddos just like her!”
“Matthew LOVED camp. He enjoyed making new friends like him. It gave him time for himself to have fun and be around those who truly cared and encouraged him.”