SCF x Challenger Walk for Education Event

Join us for an all-ages virtual walking challenge!

The members of Share & Care Kids4Kids are excited to announce an upcoming virtual walking event, hosted in collaboration with Challenge x Change from Mumbai and Dubai. It is open to supporters of all ages with a small donation. Proceeds will support the funding of education for marginalized kids in India.

SAC 20 K4KWalk logo

Participants will strive to reach a chosen step count (based on one of the following challenges) in seven days, starting November 2.

  • Junior Challenge: 25K steps
  • Starter Challenge: 70K steps
  • Original Challenge: 100K steps
  • Summit Challenge: 150K steps

You may walk indoors or outdoors or even on a treadmill — whatever works for you! Track your steps on your phone, Fitbit, Apple Watch, or a similar device. Then, you can insert your walking information into a custom app. 

To register (and to gain access to the mobile app), please follow the following steps:

  1. Make a donation of $10 or more via the link below.
  2. Take a screenshot of your donation confirmation.
  3. Send the screenshot, along with your full name, your email address, and the name of the challenge you would like to participate in to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you in advance for your support and participation. Happy walking!



High Schooler Starts 'AG Kitchen' to Benefit K4K

Anika Gandhi, a high school freshman and a member of Share & Care Kids4Kids, discovered her passion for cooking and baking during quarantine — and even started her own food blog and Instagram page. Now, she aims to give back to her community by using her skills to sell vegetarian homemade sauces, freshly baked goods, and more to raise money for Kids4Kids. To learn more about Anika's cooking, or to purchase her products, please text (917) 900-8954 or visit her website at

k4k food

About Us

Share & Care Kids4Kids (K4K), consisting of more than 80 kids in the New York/New Jersey area between ages 12-18, is a committee hosted for students by students. We have a vision to help underprivileged children receive the education they deserve. Our goal is to give at least 500 students in India a chance to go to high school and receive an opportunity to learn. A donation of $130 guarantees one year of education for a student. You can donate at the link below. So far, we have raised money to provide approximately 250 underprivileged students with one additional year of education. No donation is too small and we appreciate everything donated toward this organization.

In order to help reach our goal, we are selling t-shirts online. We also invite new volunteers to reach out and see how they can get involved. All hours of effort put into this organization will count towards community service hours for school.

Click here to read more about our 2019 trip to India to visit with students.

Update: In recent months, we have shifted our efforts to focus solely on raising funds for COVID-19 disaster relief. To date, we have raised nearly $2,900 for this cause.

This year’s committee is thankful for your support.



Open to ages 12 -18 years old, registration is $130. Our motto is “One child for one child”.  We encourage all kids in our age group to join and help us reach our goal.  We want to create a community of children who care and will be hosting fun events. Click Here to Register 


Upcoming Virtual Events

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information about upcoming events.


Our Members

  • Shaurya Shah (Chairman)
  • Arnav Choudry (Vice-Chairman)
  • Krish Sheth and Sareena Parikh (Newsletter Secretaries)
  • Aagam Kothari and Aarya Shah (Secretaries)
  • Akshay Mehta (Volunteer Coordinator)
  • Muskaan Bhansali (Marketing)
  • Yash Mehta (Liaison)
  • Yamini Dalal (Finance Officer)

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The mayor of Englewood Cliffs, NJ congratulates Kids4Kids member Sujan Munver on creating 75 3D-printed face shields for police officers and public works employees.