In The News

Kuddos to these leaders and chapters who have recently been recognized for the work they are doing in their community!


We love our charity partners and we feel so honored when they acknowledge the work that we are doing! It is so beautiful when we all partner together to make a positive impact on the next generation. Cornerstone of Care recently highlighted Chicktime Kansas City for National Volunteer Appreciation Week.

You can read the article here

Congratulations, Chicktime Corpus Christi for being featured on Coastal Living! For the full video and article, click here.


Chicktime Conyers was recently featured in the Rockdale Citizen for their work with the girls at Elks Aidmore. Read the story here. 



CONGRATULATIONS to Chicktime Conyers for receiving a Community Partnership Award from their charity partner, Elks Aidmore! 
Chicktime Conyers has been serving the girls at Elks Aidmore since 2017. 


Congratulations, Chicktime Ft. Worth, for being awarded with the Bravo Award from their Charity Partner, SafeHomes.


Congratulations, Lana Harrell (Chicktime Tulsa), for being awarded with the 2018 Youth Champion Award from Youth Services of Tulsa.


Congratulations, Ashley Simmons (Chicktime National Coordinator/Chicktime Dothan) for receiving the Troy Trojan Heart Award from Troy University.


Congratulations, Chicktime Charleston, for being awarded with the Volunteer of the Year award from their Charity Partner, The Jenkins Institute.

Chicktime featured on local news show:  WTVY Local News

Chicktime was recently featured on another fabulous blog called I Hope You Dance! Read the Blog.

Kelly Swanson to speak at Chicktime Leader’s Retreat! Read Story

Chicktime featured on “She Did What She Could Do”.

Chicktime featured on Krause Children’s Center Website.

Chicktime Corpus Christi is making a difference! Check out a local blogger’s experience volunteering with them!

The Chicktime Palestine chapter was recently named in a heartfelt goodbye from a foreign exchange student: Story

This article ran in a few local newsletters in the Canyon Lake area: