Skylight Child ID Service at the Annual Dragon Boat Festival in Toledo


Skylight Financial Group Advisors, Mitchell Holland, Rich Wurst and Jeffrey Armstrong, celebrated all things family, summer and learning by providing a free Child ID service at the Annual Dragon Boat Summer Learning Festival on the Maumee River in downtown Toledo on July 22nd.  The festival, now in its 16th year, featured live entertainment, summer learning stations, exciting boat races and benefits Partners in Education, a non-profit which develops programming for local public schools in Toledo.

At Skylight’s ID station, we helped protect children in our community by providing parents of over 30 families and 50 children with child ID kits which includes information on the child, digital finger prints, photos and videos to help identify children if they go missing.  Parents received printed Child ID cards and a CD with all the information on it.  None of the  information is saved and the parent is the only person who retains their child’s information.

Rich Wurst, Financial Advisor at Skylight’s Toledo office, said “The Child ID service was so well received that we were rushed off our feet from set-up to breakdown.  It was a very rewarding day and we were delighted to do our bit to help in the rapid identification of missing children in our community.”

“This was the first time we worked with Partners in Education and it was an amazing festival of family engagement, fun and learning.  We are looking forward to future events together and continuing to help protect our children.” added Mitchell Holland.


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