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Children's Race


We invite you to make a meaningful contribution in compassionate care in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Speech Therapy by supporting  Mighty Kidz Services! While we are not a non-profit, we are a new innovative therapeutic center that is primarily Medicaid funded. 

Your donations will help us provide toys, resources,  material, trainings to our learners & community. It will allows us to offer mentorship and networking opportunities to ABA & Speech professionals as well as aspiring students to grow our field & expand our services to our ever-growing waitlist. Any donations big or small will enables us to begin our summer scholarships, host events, workshops, and conferences that address critical barriers and challenges and promote trauma informed care, diversity, equity, assent based practices in therapeutic services of all types. 

Thank you for being part of our mission to empower, educate, and enhance neurodiverse individuals whether it’s through donations, sharing our name to friends and family, liking our Facebook page Mighty Kidz Services LLC. or just speaking positively about MKS, the success of this company is all because of the individuals like you making a lasting impact on Mighty Kidz Services LLC. 

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Help us make a difference


Thank you for your donation!

Options for Giving

Donate by Mail

Designated checks payable to Mighty Kidz Services, LLC.

Mail Contributions to:

Mighty Kidz Services 

300 Rice Meadow Way, Suite 200

Columbia SC 29229

Donate through our website or Zelle


Donate your time

at our next community event

Send us an email at and join our volunteers to support our next community event!

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Company Sponsorship

Interested in sponsorship send us an email at 

Community Event Sponorship

Summer Camp Sponsorship

Conference/Training Sponsorship

Expansion Sponsorship

Your  support will help us reach our goals and continue expanding & providing compassionate therapeutic services to learners and families. 

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