In Loukoumi Saves a Park by Nick Katsoris, Loukoumi is disappointed to find
her park will close because no one takes care of it.
Her friends pitch in to clean up and learn to how important it is to preserve the environment  

Bob Costas, Loukoumi Saves a Park narrator, has won 28 Emmy awards – more than any
sports broadcaster and he is the only person ever to have won Emmys in news, sports,
and entertainment. Bob’s peers have named him the “National Sportscaster of the Year”
a record eight times, and in 2012, he was elected to the National Sportscasters
and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. In the summer of 2018, Bob was also inducted into
the broadcaster’s ring of the Baseball Hall of Fame.


On May 4th we had reat afternoon making a difference for the environment at the Rye Nature Center as a wonderful group joined the Loukoumi Foundation planting Sycamore trees and cleaning up the center by picking garlic mustard. Kids in attendance received a copy of Loukoumi Saves a Park for their hard work and special thanks to Mary Gillick for showcasing the center’s animals. Together we can make a difference! See photos on our facebook page.
  All proceeds from Loukoumi Saves a Park benefit The Loukoumi Make A Difference Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization that teaches children to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others.   The Foundation sponsors Make A Difference with Loukoumi Day, which unites over 100,000 children nationwide to do various good deed projects. The Foundation also sponsors Loukoumi Dream Day, where children's dream careers come true for a day.  Past winners have played soccer with the NY Red Bulls, visited New York Giants Football training camp, sang from the Broadway stage, spent the day with their favorite actress at Lincoln Center, watched a spaceship land on Mars, spent the day with Fox news meteorologist Nick Gregory, cooked on TV and met with Rachael Ray and Cat Cora, and more.