The KAA Blog
The place for the latest information, content and announcements from Kids Above All!
Rahul Kalsi Joins KAA’s Board Chicago-based Kids Above All today announced the newest addition to its Board of Trustees, Rahul Kalsi. Kalsi, recently hired as the Director of Government Affairs for Nicor Gas, joins the organization’s 33-member governing board, which oversees the agency’s administration, as well as champions the safety, well-being and education of the
Johnny Rivers Joins KAA’s Board Chicago-based Kids Above All today announced the latest addition to its Board of Trustees, Johnny Rivers. Rivers, a former Kids Above All program participant, joins the organization’s 35-member governing board, which oversees the agency’s administration, as well as champions the young people in their care. Rivers first became involved with
Kimberly Young promoted to VP of Programs Kids Above All is proud to announce the promotion of Kimberly Young, current director of Emerge, to the position of Vice-President of Programs, effective May 1. In this role, she will oversee the organization’s Early Childhood, Foster Care and Emerge programs. “Kim’s experience, intelligence, and character make her
Federal Legislation strengths Nonprofit Sector Kids Above All today announced its support of The Nonprofit Sector Strength and Partnership Act of 2022. The initiative, introduced by Representative Betty McCollum (D-MN), will give nonprofits a permanent seat at the table to use their knowledge and reach to help create better communities for all. “Kids Above All
VP of RD Zulma Colon on Univision On Monday, March 7th, Kids Above All’s Vice President of Resource Development appeared on Univision to talk about our partnership with Lyft, providing rideshare credits to the young people and families in our care so they can realize their full potential. Watch the video by clicking the photo
KAA expands Housing Program for Homeless Youth Kids Above All today announced that a significant grant of $549,611 from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will nearly double its housing units provided to young adults experiencing homelessness in the city of Chicago. A total of 43 apartments will now be offered
The Announcement: Kids Above all
On June 15, 2020, after 34 year, ChildServ proudly announces that the organization has legally changed its name and visual identity to Kids Above All. Read more below.