The 1st Kendall Games, which was held at Kleiner Park in Meridian, was a huge success! The event aimed to support non-profits in the community while welcoming Faces of Hope to their new office location in Meridian. We were thrilled to see so many happy faces that came out to enjoy competitive lawn games, including korn hole, ping pong challenge, kan jam, hula hoop contest, and a minute to win it game. Thanks to the generosity of our participants, we were able to donate $10,400 to various non-profits, such as Faces of Hope, Meridian Foodbank, Idaho Children’s Museum, Meridian Rugby Club with Rugby Idaho & West Vet.
The success of the 1st Kendall Games not only brought smiles to the faces of the participants but also provided significant support to various non-profit organizations in the Meridian community. The event was not just about fun and games, but it also aimed to promote philanthropy and community involvement. The funds donated to the non-profits, including Faces of Hope, Meridian Foodbank, Idaho Children’s Museum, Meridian Rugby Club with Rugby Idaho & West Vet, will undoubtedly go a long way in supporting their respective causes.
It was heartwarming to see so many people turn out to show their support for the event and the non-profits. The games were a huge hit, and everyone had a chance to showcase their skills in various competitive lawn games. From the korn hole to the hula hoop contest, there was something for everyone to enjoy. The minute to win it game was especially exciting, and participants had a blast trying to complete the challenges in under a minute.
Overall, the 1st Kendall Games was an excellent example of how a community can come together to support a good cause. The success of the event has set a precedent for future events, and we can only hope that they will be just as successful in promoting community involvement and philanthropy.