Dec. 24, 2012

Contact: Bevin Theodore, Director of PR & Communications


800-25-PEACE, ext. 7797

Qdoba Baltimore forges community partnership with KidsPeace


BALTIMORE – KidsPeace is immensely grateful to Qdoba Baltimore, Grace Community Church and Bridgeway Community Church for partnering to make our foster family holiday party a success. 

The Dec. 15 event was a chance to get together and honor all that our foster families do for our youth. Families enjoyed a delicious Qdoba meal and warm hospitality from members at Grace. Members of Bridgeway generously provided all of our foster youth with holiday gifts from their wish lists. 

Qdoba, which offered a discount on food and prizes for our families, has announced a goal to be the community partner of KidsPeace in the local market. We look forward to continuing to work with them to serve our families. 

“Qdoba is dedicated to excellence in food and legendary service and sharing that with the communities in which we do business, said Tim Warfield, Qdoba regional marketing specialist. “We are thrilled to bring our passion and commitment to serve the needs of our community by partnering with great organizations like KidsPeace.”

KidsPeace foster parents care for more than 1,000 foster youth across the country that need a family to call their own. KidsPeace is proud to celebrate 130 years of living out our mission to give hope, help and healing to children, families and the communities we serve. Follow us on Facebook or on Twitter @kidspeace.


About KidsPeace

Founded in 1882, KidsPeace is dedicated to serving the behavioral and mental health needs of children, preadolescents, teens and young adults, offering a comprehensive range of residential treatment programs; accredited educational services; and a variety of foster care and community-based programs to give hope, help and healing to children, families and communities. KidsPeace offers services in Georgia, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and the District of Columbia.