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 low-income 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 low income families may need help beyond school, MooreKids also seeks to provide assistance to Moorestown’s children 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.

  • Halloween Costume Swap for Everybody!

    September 25, 2014

    Tired of spending money on costumes that are worn once or twice and then put away?  Have an attic full of old costumes you don’t know what to do with?  Well we have a solution for you!  MooreKids is sponsoring a Halloween costume swap at the Moorestown Library on October 11th from 9-4–free for everybody, regardless of need.  Bring your good condition used costumes, pick up some for this year’s Halloween season.  Thanks to the Moorestown Library for partnering with us to reduce, reuse, and recycle!


  • Sponsor A Child

    April 10, 2014

    Brooke Panzarella and Alex Bewley, part of our Teen Leadership Committee, have spearheaded a campaign to reach out to local businesses to assist MooreKids’ mission. For a donation of $200.00 per year, the business receives a 2014 window decal which can be proudly displayed in the business. The business also receives recognition on MooreKids’ Facebook page, website and newsletter. By choosing to participate in this program, local businesses will receive a charitable recognition by the community and will make a difference in a child’s life. If you are interested, please email us at info@moorekids.org.