Besides our main goals of providing financial assistance to local school age children to aid in their music education, The Kayla Foundation also participates in a variety of community outreach activities to help others in need. Below is a listing of some of those activities over the years.

Community Efforts Our Foundation Has Assisted With:

The Kayla Foundation was able to bring the Murphy Center for Hope 900 pounds of food for their “guest” pantry. On November 16th members of our committee had the pleasure of stocking their nearly bare shelves until they were literally over flowing. After we were done we still had boxes that remained unopened to replenish their shelves as needed. All of this was just in time for Thanksgiving and the good people at the Murphy Center were so appreciative of our donation. While we were there, there was a mother of three little kids who didn’t know how she was going to feed them. Some of our donations went immediately to her and her children, giving them something to go on, if only for a while. The whole experience was really something to take in and appreciate what we have.

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Christmas 2015 – Toys 4 Tots – We collected 482 toys for deserving kids in our community as part of the annual Marine Corps Toys-4-Tots toys drive.

Christmas 2016 – Santa Cops and Toys 4 Tots.

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Fall 2017 – Hurricane Irma relief drive for Serve 6.8.

Christmas 2017 – Toys 4 Tots Drive and Santa Cops…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas 2018, 2019 – Toys 4 Tots and Santa Cops

Finally, each Christmas Eve since Kayla’s accident in 2007,  we deliver holiday treats to Fort Collins, (and recently) Loveland, Timnath and Windsor fire stations stations, hospital emergency rooms to thank those who help area residents in their hour of need. THANK YOU FIRST RESPONDERS!