MooreKids is an non profit organization officially affiliated with Moorestown Public Schools. We work with MTPS staff and administrators to identify and address the needs of the township’s under-served student population. Programs and projects are developed and implemented based on direct feedback from MTPS staff, who are most directly involved with the children.

Recognizing that sometimes families need help beyond school, MooreKids also seeks to provide assistance to Moorestown’s under-served youth in accessing sports and extracurricular activities. We believe that all children should have the opportunity to participate in an activity that allows that child to connect to other children, learn and develop a new skill, and be a source of excitement, joy, and pride for that child, regardless of economic status.

  • Now Accepting Clothing Closet Donations

    October 5, 2015

    Please help us get needed clothing to our Moorestown children as quickly as possible. We are accepting clothing donations packed in ready to “grab and go bags” to get clothes to children who need them as quickly as possible. In a reusable shopping bag, please pack up good quality clothing in current styles. Each bag should include 3-4 pants, 4-5 shirts and a sweatshirt. Nice jackets optional. New underwear and socks gladly accepted. Avoid clothing with vacation destinations and colleges as it leads to uncomfortable questions for the children who then wear these clothes. Please label the outside of the bag with gender, size and season. (boy, size 10, fall/winter). To arrange drop off, please contact Devika Gill at devikagill@comcast.net.

  • 2nd Annual Halloween Costume Swap & Shop!

    Mark your calendars! MooreKids’ 2nd Annual Halloween Costume Swap & Shop is 10/24 at the Moorestown Library from 9:00-4:00.
    Donate your child’s old costume and/or shop for a “new” one. Drop off costumes at the library now or bring them on the 24th. Costumes are FREE to all!

    Any questions, contact Sue Ernst, svernst@hotmail.com.

    Thanks to Sue Ernst and family for spearheading this program!