Party Photos: Alphabet Academy Child Care Raises Money for Make A Wish Child

Nearly $16,000 was raised this year by East Passyunk’s Alphabet Academy
during the Bunny Hop and new cocktail party for parents. Congrats! Every
year, Alphabet Academy gives back by raising money to grant a child’s
wish through Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Their sponsor child’s name is Izzy, and the money raised will help her fulfill her wish to go to Disney World.

Amanda Gallo and dad Jim Gallo, co-owner of Alphabet Academy

During the day the kids participated in a bunny hop and raised $6,000. Why should the kids have all the fun, that evening the inaugural “Bunny  Hop” for the parents commenced.
There was lots of fun items to bid on in the Silent Auction
Including this Bon Jovi guitar.
Councilman James Kenney, and Stacey Garbarino.
Please consider joining me & Dining Out for Life Philadelphia at Race Street Cafe on Thursday, Apr 24th from 5:30p-7:30pm 33% of proceeds go to fight HIV/AIDS.” – James Kenney
Diane and Christian DiCicco

Andrea and Tom Cola

 Alphabet Academy has provided excellent child care since 1998. In addition to traditional care, we provide the
children with a unique learning experience that promotes creativity and
self confidence.

Our mission is to provide a nurturing environment that gives
the children endless opportunities to express their imagination in our
many themed classrooms. We now proudly occupy four buildings on East
Passyunk Avenue, which allows the children to learn and grow while
experiencing a variety of learning environments. There are 4 Alphabet Academies in and around East Passyunk and people from all over the City utilize them.
Elizabeth Ireland and Brian Abernathy

Joe and Amber Venti
Dawn Brunet, Michelle Gaspari and Jamie Gallo

Pam Zenzola, President, Passyunk Square Civic Association, Renee Gilinger, Executive Director, East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District, Kory Aversa, Aversa PR & Events, PR for Alphabet Academy and East Passyunk

Alphabet Academy – 2014 Bunny Hop for Make-A-Wish Foundation