Guyana Help The Kids, a registered Canadian charity with the goal of decreasing the neonatal and infant mortality in developing countries, particularly in Guyana, has announced the launching of its annual magazine KidsAID. The magazine’s Premiere Issue will be unveiled at Guyana Help The Kids’ October 13 2018 Annual Fundraising Gala.
Themed “Havana Nights” the GHTK’s 2018 8th Anniversary Dinner & Dance Fundraising Gala will be held on Saturday October 13 at the Woodbine Banquet Hall, 30 Vice Regent Blvd, Etobicoke. This year’s Gala is expected to again attract its usual sold out attendance of approximately 600 patrons.
Edited and Published by Tony McWatt, KidsAID will be produced as an 8.5” x 11” full colour magazine. KidsAID will also serve as the Official Souvenir Programme for the GHTK’s October 13, 2018 Annual Fundraising Gala. KIDSAID will serve to publicize and promote the GHTK’s initiatives and activities in pursuit of its mission to decrease neonatal and infant mortality rates in developing countries.
Written to inform, educate and entertain, KIDSAID will contain comprehensive editorial profiles and reports on GHTK’s activities and initiatives. From full reports of the very latest developments in the provision of infant care in targeted hospitals, to profiles of the key practitioners, Corporate Sponsors and individual donors who are all making significant and outstanding contributions towards GHTK’s achievement of its organizational objectives , KidsAID coverage will be as comprehensive as it is informative and entertaining. In fulfillment of its function to serve as the Official Souvenir Programme for the GHTK’s Annual Fundraising Gala, KidsAID’s content will include also in depth coverage of the event and its associated highlights.
Founded in 2006 Guyana Help The Kids mission is to decrease the neonatal and infant mortality rates in developing countries, starting in Guyana. Since then GHTK has strived to make sustainable change by focusing on comprehensive education of healthcare professionals and by assisting their efforts to save lives with specialized equipment and ongoing training.