Toluca Lake’s Homegrown Kids’ Charity The Kling Street Kids Will Surpass $100,000 Raised for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles at This Year’s 11th Annual Event

The Kling Street Kids with Councilmember Tom LaBonge.

The Kling Street Kids with Councilmember Tom LaBonge.

The Kling Street Kids are back again for the eleventh year this Dec. 23 and 24 on Kling Street in Toluca Lake! Once again, all of the money raised is donated to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. They are selling Starbucks coffee, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, hot chocolate, pizza, other baked goods, gift items, and much, much more.

Again this year, the KIIS FM truck, the signature Pillow Pet adoption, and the Glitter Tattoos will all be back … and the best part – ten tons of real snow! So kids of all ages can have a Winter Wonderland and go sledding in Southern California during the holiday season. They also have a fabulous silent auction with items such as: Lakers tickets, Clippers tickets, Universal tickets, a one-hour voice lesson with the American Idol coaches, and many other great items! The Kling Street Kids have raised over $95,000 since they began back in 2002 (with four kids ages 7-9) and now have over 80 members as part of this event. This year, they are easily going to pass the $100,000 mark and they really hope to see you there!

Sunday, Dec. 23

8 a.m.—2:30 p.m.

Monday, Dec. 24

8 a.m.—12:30 p.m.

On Kling Street

(Right North of the 134 Freeway between Cahuenga and Ledge)

For more information,

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