top of page
SBP CB banner .jpg

Ice Cream for a Cause - Halton Hills Youth Dream of Feeding Kids a Reality

If you’ve been to the Georgetown Farmers Market this summer, you may have noticed a new ice cream booth. Chase’s Creamy Dreamy Ice Cream shares a booth with Rachel’s Gourmet at the south end of the market. “Chase has Cerebral Palsy and hearing loss,” says mom, Rachel. “When COVID started Chase decided he wanted to help a charity. He looked at several and picked Food4Kids.” When asked why he selected Food4Kids Chase explains that he watched a video on their website about a girl whose father left, and mom couldn’t work. “I don’t want kids to feel bad. I help give them freedom and lift their spirits” explains 13-year-old Chase who attends Silver Creek Public School. Chase’s goal is to raise $400, “enough to feed one child for a year” he explains. To date, he has raised $258.35. He has a friend, Gaby Castillo, who helps him make and sell the ice cream. She also designed the team’s logo. Every week they carry a feature flavour. So far they have made salted caramel, banana, orange, wildflower honey vanilla, and Oreo. The ice cream sells for $2 with fifty cents going to Food4Kids. If you have a chance to visit the market stop by and say hi to Chase and Gaby and, of course, buy some ice cream, it’s for the children after all.






Comments


bottom of page