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Mentoring Tiny Humans & Cultivating Inclusion to host EGGstravaganza for the special needs community


Beginning at 11:30 AM April 8th, join Mentoring Tiny Humans and Cultivating Inclusion for

our Spring EGGstravaganza with proceeds benefiting their community sensory spaces and Cultivating Inclusion’s fundraising goal to create fully wheelchair and mobility-accessible pathways.


This unique EGGstravaganza is open to the special needs community and their families and will include a candy-free and allergen-friendly egg hunt with eggs filled with toys, fidgets, stickers, and other trinkets. A few eggs just might have a few surprises!


This fundraising event is $20 per family and also includes a craft and activities, face painting provided by P.Palmer Paints, mobile sensory space, light refreshments, and more!


Each ticket purchase includes one entry into the raffle featuring an array of themed-gift baskets from Mentoring Tiny Humans, Kenny’s Strawberry Farm, The Little Red Barn, and family packs of tickets to Summer Play Fest April 30, sponsored by Kabataan Culture and Macaroni KID.


Purchase additional raffle ticket entries for $1 each for more entries into the raffle.


Add on a Candy-free Easter Basket, additional pre-filled eggs, fidget packs, craft, or Spring sensory bin with your ticket purchase for pick up at the event. These include additional items and special pricing for event attendees. A perfect opportunity to hide them in your car while your loved ones are occupied! Limited supplies will be available on the day of.


Please bring a bucket or container to hold your eggs.


Mentoring Tiny Humans is a local neurodivergent-owned business that offers services such as tie-dye workshops, educational classes, field trips, and free community events for all ages and all abilities. Accessibility, accommodations, and sensory specific supplies and information is considered and provided for each event.


They also offer an online shop geared toward the neurodivergent and includes items like sensory bins, fidgets, DIY crafts, themed activities, tie-dye clothing and supplies. Proceeds from their shop benefit their free community events, sensory spaces, and consultation services for local community centers, businesses, schools, and organizations.


Cultivating Inclusion is a Murrieta-based nonprofit organization that partners with several organizations to provide a safe environment for participants to do meaningful work while acquiring skills that might help them gain employable skills while feeling the sun of the outdoors and the pride that comes with helping others in need. The garden also provides space for horticultural therapy and food harvested from the garden is then donated to local food distribution centers in the Temecula Valley to help the food insecure.


The event is a full circle moment for Typhanie Sharfner, owner of Mentoring Tiny Humans. She remembers attending an egg hunt with her son at Cultivating Inclusion years ago. That event, and Cultivating Inclusion, stuck with her.


“While we have different approaches, our goals of creating a safe space while providing learning and social opportunities for the special needs community align. When thinking of ways I could provide my son and clientele with an inclusive egg hunt, I immediately thought of Cultivating Inclusion. I hope our partnership can create that same feeling and memories for those who attend this year!,” said Sharfner.


Mary Ann Tam, director of Cultivating Inclusion agrees.


“We have done egg hunts before but with the innovative ideas Typhanie brings will make this event truly special, fun, and above all inclusive!”


This event is open to all ages, however, developmental ages up to 14 may get the most enjoyment. Families are encouraged to use their discretion for their particular family. Caregivers and medical chaperones are welcome.


The event cost is per family, however, when purchasing, please purchase one "family pass" and specify the number of adults and children (or those participating in the hunt) for headcount and accounting purposes. Space is limited to 60 egg hunters and their families and caregivers. Additional raffle tickets and purchases can be picked up the day of at check-in.


While there is fun to be had, there will be no surprise guests, and the hunt will begin at noon. An itinerary and list of activities will be provided and all activities (aside from the hunt) will be available throughout the event, along with announcements to help front load information.


To purchase tickets, click here.


For information on sponsorship, donation, and volunteer opportunities, or to discuss further needs and accommodations contact Typhanie Sharfner with Mentoring Tiny Humans at (951) 290-8266 or by emailing mentoringtinyhumans@gmail.com . Or, Contact Mary Ann Tams at Cultivatinginclusion2@yahoo.com


The event will be held at Cultivating Inclusion 39775 Alta Murrieta Dr, Murrieta, 92563.




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