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From Small Beginnings

Our fundraising motto here at KCA is “no gift is ever too small!” Michael and Rasika Foskin began supporting our mission as monthly donors at the $30 level in 2005.... Read more.

The Power of a ‘Burpee’

Fear. It can stop us in our tracks. But Josh, my dear friend and personal trainer, inspires me to break through my greatest fears and past my mental boundaries. Just... Read more.

What Matters to me at 50

I’m turning 50 and I need your help. This is a big deal to me, and I want to celebrate like it’s 1999. But I don’t want your gifts, adulations,... Read more.

Meet Avanti

Once upon a time (February 2013, to be exact), I’d dropped out of my Masters in Social Work program, was working as a cater waiter and applying for jobs like wild... Read more.

Curls for Kids

Meet Lorraine Massey. We are constantly blown away by the efforts of our incredible supporters. And always so very grateful. You are an inspiration to us. The wonderful Lorraine Massey... Read more.

Why May is my Favorite Month

First off, it’s my birthday month. And what’s better than getting together with good friends to celebrate a milestone over delicious food? Maybe… participating in Keep a Child Alive’s teams for the TD... Read more.

The truth about moms

Mothers are central to who we are, to our families, to our communities. We see it in our own lives, and we see it everyday in the lives we touch through... Read more.

An Oldie, but a Goodie

We recently sent a surprise gift to some of our KCA Community members and here they are showcasing their new shirts. Thank you all for being a part of our community! Read more.

Dating For a Cause

When AUP CARES, a philanthropic organization at the American University of Paris, was choosing their next issue to address—HIV/AIDS quickly came to mind. There are 35 million people living globally... Read more.

An Unexpected Journey

Living in Johannesburg, South Africa, has always had its ups and downs. The main ‘up’ is the people of this city. They are friendly, warm and often inviting. However, the... Read more.

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