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May 2021 Newsletter

During the course of one’s life, one will inevitably be met with failure. Failure to achieve their goals, failure to accomplish what they set out to, failure to meet their self-defined standards of success. What matters not are the details of the failure but rather how one reacts in the face of defeat. With the certainty of frustration and nonperformance, the reaction to failure functions as a core pillar in defining ourselves. Do we shy away, do we strive for improvement, do we work towards overcoming our losses? In such a scenario, failure is essential to character building, where success contributes towards stagnancy. Quite simply, failure provides value to life. Indeed, what is winning without losing? We absolutely should recognize the importance of our shortcomings and work towards overcoming the uncomfortable barrier of struggle in order to grow and develop in our societal endeavors. Indeed, failure elicits success, but only if we allow it to do so.


Throughout the month of May, we assisted others by:

  • Providing monthly dinners to Hesed House, Lazarus House, and senior homes

  • Donating Panera Bread to Lazarus House

  • Collaborating with Oswego East Key Club to donate milk and canned goods to Lazarus House

  • Continuing our Hope to Breathless fundraiser to support India in its struggles against COVID-19

  • Assisting senior citizens with their errands.

  • Aiding local families with their groceries and other necessities.


Speaking on our Hope to Breathless event, we are extremely grateful to all of those who contributed in order to support India during their disastrous difficulties in working against the COVID-19 pandemic. We would especially like to thank Prattyancha, Sadh Care Hospital, and Gurudwara Sahib & Temple for giving us the opportunity to assist them in their efforts against COVID-19. Even so, our work is not done. We still call upon all of you for your continued help in aiding India.


KS Foundation supported Peter’s 100th Birthday Celebration; Peter is a WW2 Veteran and a resident of Senior Home Sharing Lombard. Happy 100th Birthday, Peter!


We greatly appreciate all those who donate, volunteer, and otherwise support KS Foundation. The extent of our activities is derived solely from those with who we work and collaborate with, so we wish for your continued support in all of our endeavors.


HOPE TO BREATHLESS

KS FOUNDATION is organizing a fundraiser to help India during the 2nd wave of Covid-19 as it has impacted India badly. Click on the link to find details about our fundraiser. TOGETHER WE CAN DO BETTER. GOD BLESS ALL...

https://business.facebook.com/donate/747353085928189/


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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