Melania Trump gives a rare glimpse into her charitable work outside the White House with photos of her with children at a home care organization in Palm Beach
- On Wednesday, Melania Trump spent two hours meeting with children and families in Palm Beach, Florida 4KIDS
- The former first lady made crafts with young children and gave them gifts for the Thanksgiving holiday
- She also led a discussion with young people who are past the age of nursery school but live in homes provided by the group
- Finally, she toured the 4KIDS Therapeutic Center where children and foster families can request additional trauma support.
- She posted photos of the visit on Twitter, which offer a rare glimpse into the charitable work she has done since leaving the White House.
- “We are grateful for how generous Mrs. Trump was and for blessing our guests with Thanksgiving gifts,” said 4KIDS CEO Kevin Enders.
Former first lady Melania Trump spent, Wednesday, two hours meeting with children and foster families in Palm Beach, Florida, the site of 4KIDS, a group that provides services to this community.
Trump made crafts with young children and gave them gifts for the Thanksgiving holiday.
She also led a discussion with young people who are past the age of nursery school but live in homes provided by the group.
Finally, she toured the 4KIDS Therapy Center where children and foster families can request additional trauma support.
Former First Lady Melania Trump tweeted on Wednesday that she visited 4 Kids in Palm Beach, Florida, a group that provides childcare and family services.
The former first lady refers to the 4KIDS sign because she is surrounded by a group of adopted children blowing bubbles
Melania Trump helps a little boy play with Play-Doh during a two-hour visit she made on Wednesday to 4 KIDS in Palm Beach, Florida
Melania Trump helps another kid with a craft activity Wednesday at 4 Kids in Florida. The photos offer a rare glimpse into the charitable work the former first lady has been doing since leaving the White House
Trump announced her visit by tweeting several photos of the visit from her account on Melania Trump’s Twitter account, which is still active despite her husband’s ban from using the social media platform.
“I want to express my gratitude to the families who opened their hearts and homes to caring for children and to those who serve in the childcare community,” the tweet read. “Thank you 4KIDS for working hard to ensure the health and safety of these kids.”
She concluded the tweet using the hashtag #BeBest, the White House initiative that focused on youth welfare, addressing issues such as vaping and cyberbullying.
The visit was scheduled for a Thursday holiday.
“The visit certainly had a Thanksgiving theme as Mrs. Trump expressed her appreciation and gratitude to foster parents and child care workers who play such an important role in the childcare community,” her spokeswoman said.
Former First Lady Melania Trump listens to a discussion at 4KIDS on Wednesday in Palm Beach, Florida
The spokeswoman added that she has demonstrated her “enduring commitment to evolving to highlight the people and organizations who are making a difference in their community and going above and beyond to create a foundation and opportunity for our nation’s children.”
The photos show the former first lady surrounded by children blowing bubbles, immersed in a discussion with adults, and working with crayons and Play-Doh.
“4KIDS was honored to host Mrs. Trump in our Palm Beach office to share how we bring hope, homes, and healing to children and families,” Kevin Enders, President and CEO of 4Kids, told DailyMail.com in a statement.
He continued, “God has blessed our families and our youth by sharing their stories and experiences with them during the visit.”
“We are grateful for how generous Mrs. Trump was and for blessing our guests with Thanksgiving gifts,” Enders added.
In recent weeks, the former first lady has come out in public.
She was the guest of honor at the “Log Cabin Republic” gala earlier this month in Mar-a-Lago, where she’s been since her husband left office in January.
The couple move north to Trump Resort Bedminster during the summer months.
Melania Trump also attended the America First Policy Institute’s fundraising event, which was also held in Mar-a-Lago.