kids with special needs

During the Variety fundraiser at the Kendra Scott jewelry store in Plaza Frontenac, three Variety girls were the center of attention, got to make and keep their own jewelry, and were photographed with, among others, Miss Missouri. For these three, think it’s... Read More »
At the most recent meeting of the Variety Board of Directors, board members Mark Koritz, and his son-in-law Mike Lefton, were honored for their cumulative half century of service to Variety's mission of helping kids with special needs reach their full... Read More »
What Variety Children’s Theatre means to me. by Emma Price November 2015 I feel that the arts are necessary for personal growth and development. I would not be the person that I am today had I not been involved with Variety Children’s Theatre for the last... Read More »
From the list of things that don’t go together, like a blue suit and brown shoes, you can now remove manual wheelchairs and steep hills…thanks to a Tennessee company called Max Mobility. They’ve created something called the Smart Drive, a revolutionary power... Read More »
  Variety was so happy to give a brand-new van and brand-new power wheelchair to Mollie Carter at yesterday's Champions for Children Summit. Thanks to 2015 Champion for Kids honoree Aeneas Williams, and all those whose donations turned into a better way... Read More »
  Noah's new wheelchair is the first set of wheels Variety's provided him. But not the last, because in a few weeks he's getting a different, sportier set at our Bikes for Kids event. Thanks to all of you who help make sure there are plenty of wheels to go... Read More »
  Megan Mark, ORM Analyst at Nestle Purina Young Variety Member since 2012 Committee: Awareness Favorite Event: Bikes for Kids, hands down. It’s something I look forward to every single year and I try to bring as many friends as possible. We spend a lot of... Read More »
The "Two On the Aisle" guys from HEC-TV gave our Mary Poppins production a very nice review, which starts at the 7:35 mark. http://bit.ly/1KTEwbS
We think the Proloquo2Go is amazing. See it in action here.
Happy to announce that, again this year, MindsEye, an information service for the blind and visually impaired, is helping Variety Children's Theatre reach a wider audience with its musical production. Attendees at either show on Friday will be able to "see"... Read More »

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