Kidbox Helps Children Make Change

Find out the twelve children who have been elected to the company’s Kids Board of Directors.

Mission-based style box company Kidbox has elected 12 kids to its second Kids Board of Directors. Each small-but-mighty child will advise the company on kids’ fashion while learning from a top executive in the industry. Each elected child has demonstrated strong leadership skills and a passion for activism, which Kidbox has chosen to work directly with on projects in their communities and expand the company’s mission of clothing one million children in need. 

Each board member is between 8 and 14 years old, including: 

  • Jayden Perez: 9-year-old Woodland Park, NJ resident who organized a drive in his hometown and hand delivered 1,100 toys to child hurricane victims in Puerto Rico
  • Sylvie Reimer Sherman: 12-year-old New York philanthropic fashion designer
  • Daniella Marie Benitez: 13-year-old who builds homes for families in need from San Diego, CA
  • Addisyn Maree Goss: Linden, MI 12-year-old who founded Snuggle Sacks, a survival kit to help the homeless
  • Grace Anne Richardson: 14-year-old Minneapolis, MN student who donates school supplies in partnership with the Kids in Need Foundation
  • Josiah Smothers: 9-year-old raising awareness for pediatric cancer in Ashburn, VA
  • Ella R. Tryon: 8-year-old from Cleveland, OH who has donated over 29 thousand boxes of crayons to young patients at children’s hospitals around the country with the Help Me Color A Rainbow Foundation
  • Carter Buchholz: 10-year-old Wooster, OH resident who is helping to stop global warming by raising hundreds of dollars for non-profit organization Greenpeace
  • Sidney Keys III: 12-year-old entrepreneur from St. Louis, MI who is making strides to end illiteracy by launching the Books-N-Bros book club
  • Aden Joseph Garf: 12-year-old from Needham, MA who is a creative thinker who is ready to positively impact the world with KIDBOX
  • Bella Temple: 13-year-old from Lexington, NC who is a clothing, jewelry and interior designer, mentor to younger children in her school, and participant in local give-back programs

During a kick-off event on July 25, the new members met at Kidbox’s New York headquarters to learn about the fashion business, share their feedback on back-to-school trends and fine-tune their social good project with help from Kidbox executives.

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