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With the coming of summertime, many are spending time at home and enjoying the weather, while others may be taking long-awaited vacations. Traveling to new countries and home countries, seeing different cultures and societal structures enables a person to use their enhanced perspective to better reflect on their lives and the world at large. In comparing different countries, a person may easily find themselves listing an endless count of differences, but markedly, many aspects remain universal -- ambition, care, connection. Most notably, the necessity of human interaction remains incredibly constant.

In the second quarter of 2022, KS Foundation has:

  • Provided monthly meals to Hesed House

  • Supported senior citizens by helping them with their errands and meals

  • Donated essential goods and food to Lazarus House

  • Helped children in the US by arranging laptops, meals, and other necessities

  • Sponsored kids in Kenya to support their education and upbringing

  • Assisted high school students in India to continue their education and advance their careers through the yan Jyoti program

  • Supplied Jivan Asha Elderly Home and St. Catherine Home for Orphans with food and personal care essentials

Whether a person thinks of people merely as pawns in their game or as leaves of the same growing tree, they inevitably have to interact with others to further their goals and desires. Cynical as it may seem, humans are invariably guided by self-interest -- just some personal quests may be deemed as more or less noble by a set of societal standards. Regardless, both a person who wants to command their rule over their world and a person who may simply want to support in facing local community issues will inevitably have to navigate interpersonal relationships in order to be able to achieve what they want. Yet, despite the unavoidable need to interact with others, we spend, unfortunately, little time trying to understand those around us. Indeed, typical drivers are the ones who simply abide by the traffic rules; exceptional drivers are the ones who know how to maneuver their vehicle with respect to those around them. With that in mind, we should all be mindful to try to be exceptional drivers rather than typical drivers.

At KS Foundation, every day, we strive to be exceptional rather than typical, but our efforts would be all for naught without you. Your support allows us to convert our intentions into meaningful action. There are many opportunities to donate, volunteer, or otherwise help out, so please reach out to us to learn more. Once again, thank you for your efforts.

To volunteer, please reach out to us.


Stay Safe, Stay Strong & Healthy.

KS Foundation Inc is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization.

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