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What motherhood means to us

We see it everyday. Mothers striving to do better for their families. Mothers making sacrifices to ensure that their children are provided for and getting the love they need. This... Read more.

Bonjour! Meet Samia

The beauty of Keep a Child Alive is how universal our mission is. Whether you are at one of our sites in South Africa, in our headquarters in New York... Read more.

Ever Wanted to Run Across America?

Whether you live in Idaho, Mississippi, Virginia, or one of 36 other states, this is a chance for you to get more deeply involved with Keep a Child Alive. We’ll... Read more.

Make it Count

Off the heels of an incredible year (Alicia and our team raised over $38,000!), we’re back at it again and gearing up for the TCS NYC Marathon. Ask anyone who has... Read more.

Techy Ways to Give

Because of two innovative apps, supporting Keep a Child Alive (KCA) has never been easier. By downloading CauseTap and ChangUr on your mobile device, you’ll be upgrading your support for... Read more.

Experience New York like you never have before!

On Sunday, May 1st, Keep a Child Alive will be participating in the TD Five Boro Bike Tour. This event will always be special in my heart. I used to be... Read more.

Holiday Gifts that Do More

The Holidays are all about spending time with your loved ones, showing people how much you appreciate them, and eating of course! Some of those things are easier to do... Read more.

Yoga for Life

This World AIDS Day, let’s do Yoga for Life! World AIDS Day started in 1988 as the first ever global health day. Each year, we celebrate it on December 1st... Read more.

Angels in India, Too!

  The Sahara Aalhad Care Home is located in Pune, a 30-minute flight from Mumbai. And Sonu, my good friend who lives in India, and I traveled there for the... Read more.

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.

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