Upcoming Events

Just Breakthrough Personal Fitness Drive

UPDATE: 49 in-kind and monetary donations valued at $767 brought in!!!
November 30th - December 24th, 2015
Just Breakthrough Personal Fitness is hosting a charity collection for children in need with Cuddles For Kids running Thanksgiving thru Christmas! Help show your support for the community this Christmas season. All items collected will be help children in need throughout the community.

Just Breakthrough Personal Fitness is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin and provides a private fitness stuido to train in under an expert staff of personal trainers. Stop in for a fun and relaxing fitness workout that is never the same.

Items of most need:

  • Diapers for Infants to Toddlers
  • Wet Wipe
  • Baby lotions and bath soaps
  • New stuffed animals (under 24" in size)
  • New blankets (mostly baby to infant sized)
  • New or very gently used books
  • New coloring books and crayons
  • New small toys (eg: dolls or action figures)
  • Monetary funds (cash, checks, credit cards)

Media Coverage

On July 26th and 27th, 2014 Cuddles For Kids held a 2 day event at the Waukesha Kennel Club dog show collecting stuffed animals for the children. On Sunday, we held a "Cutest Stuffed Animal" competition for children ages 3-8 years old. Every child received a coloring book, a free scoop of Culver's Custard and the winner received a $25 Culver's gift certificate. All stuffed animals were then donated to Cuddles For Kids.

Hank the Dog of the Milwaukee Brewers joined us for 2 hours on Sunday as our special celebrity. He came to support Kaitlyn and Cuddles For Kids drawing in a lot of the local public and along with it news media. The event and charity was covered on multiple TV stations in Milwaukee and Madison. The video above is from CBS 58 News where Cuddles For Kids was the 2nd leading story!

In August, 2014, CBS 58 News met up with Cuddles For Kids at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin when we dropped off over 120 stuffed animals for children in the hospital.

Additional drop offs were made to local fire departments and police departments.