Kid Power's VeggieTime Program won the 2012 Metlife Innovator Award (read about it here).
- Kid Power was featured for a 2nd time in the Catalogue for Philanthropy (2011-12); read more here.
Kid Power was featured as a top 70 nonprofit in the Washington City Paper 2011 Giving Guide (see the story here).
- Kid Power assumed control of Facilitating Leadership in Youth (FLY), a non-profit that served 45 youth in the Barry Farm community of Ward 8.
- Kid Power's VeggieTime Project won the 2012 MetLife Innovator Award (read about it here).
- Kid Power was selected as the recipient of a large in-kind consulting project from COMPASS (learn more here).
- Students organized monthly service projects and large-scale activities for the MLK and Global Youth Days of Service. Overall, students completed 8,209 service hours.
- VeggieTime expanded to 8 garden sites, organized regular activities for the Columbia Heights and Petworth Farmer’s Markets, and sponsored the DC State Fair.
- The CookieTime program formalized business partnerships with Booz-Allen-Hamilton, Grant Thornton, and the Corporate Executive Board.
- Kid Power students implemented a successful service trip to Philadelphia.