Khk alumni ask:
how would you live it?
If you had one year left to live, how would YOU live it? This past year, Chris Bettencourt was diagnosed with chronic mylogenous leukemia and told he has just one year to live. After hearing this news, his best friends Dillon Hill and Clay Stevens -Kids Helping Kids alumni- dropped everything and devoted their time to crossing items off Chris' bucket list. What they ended up accomplishing transformed into so much more. Watch the video to learn their incredible story.
Kids Helping Kids Leadership spotlight
Director of Outreach of Kids Helping Kids Sacramento, Josh Gumacal recently achieved an amazing feat. He applied for an internship for Bank of America Student Leaders and was awarded with the internship this April. This is a very competitive internship which thousands of student leaders around the nation apply for. Out of these thousands of students only 225 are accepted. Josh says that Kids Helping Kids was the focus on his application process and that it is the main reason that he got the internship and he hopes to use his skills from Kids Helping Kids to make an impact with other leaders and the world.