Field of Valor 2022

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KDC is proud to be a sponsor for the 2022 Field of Valor event presented by the Community Foundation of Orange. Thank you to members of the Orange community and KDC volunteers for supporting our local veterans, active military, and their families. This weekend’s Opening Ceremonies included recognition of veterans, grant presentations, a military flag procession, a flyover by the Condor …


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KDC participated in Breast Cancer Awareness Month throughout October. Across the organization, team members rallied and donned pink to raise sponsored donations and show support. Thanks to all of our Think Pink participants!   Susan G. Komen    

Alternative Family Services Back-2-School Drive

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KDC employees worked together to donate over 100 backpacks and additional school supplies to the Alternative Family Services Back-to-School Drive. Thank you Angela Taylor with Alternative Family Services and Mark Schoneman with Starbucks Coffee Company for providing KDC the opportunity to support education equity for youth entering foster care.   Alternative Family Services Read more about Alternative Family Services here:  

Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County

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In April, KDC partnered with Sam Rammaha Painting, BEHR PRO painting contractors, Stucco Concepts, and Beach Paving to perform in-kind construction services for Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. Second Harvest is a non-profit organization that provides food to children, college students, seniors, working families and individuals, and their community partners across Orange County. Second Harvest provides food for …

3rd Annual Orange County Bocce Championship

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Employees from our Southern California region played in the 3rd Annual Orange County Beach Bocce Championship at Doheny State Beach presented by Boys and Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley.  Our bocce teams and their families enjoyed the SoCal sun and playful competition!  Thank you to Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley for hosting this amazing event! Boys & Girls …

Community Foundation of Orange

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Community Foundation of Orange (CFO) is a non-profit organization that leads a passionate, unified effort to preserve and enhance our sense of community. Their motto of “Give Where You Live” is a spirited invitation to the residents and businesses of the Greater Orange Community to make a difference right where they live or work. The City of Orange has been …

Thomas House Family Shelter

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For more than 30-years, Thomas House has provided rent-free shelter, including food and supplies, for homeless families with children.  In return, each parent is required to work full-time and save 80 percent of their income, enabling families to build their savings and learn essential life skills.  As a result, in an average 12-month stay, families are able to save a …

Samaritan’s Purse: Operation Christmas Child

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Our KDC teams in Arizona, Northern California, and Southern California participated in the Samaritan’s Purse: Operation Christmas Child gift drive. Employees purchased toys, clothing, school supplies, and personal items; then assembled nearly 100 gift boxes for children in need all over the world. Thanks to all of you who volunteered to spread the holiday spirit! Samaritan’s Purse  

Susan G. Komen: 2020

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Thank you to all of the participants who joined the KDC effort to support the fight against breast cancer.  We had a total of 86 participants this year that helped raise $2,150!  With your help, we were able to assist in raising awareness toward the effort to eradicate breast cancer. Susan G. Komen

Mary’s Path Renovation

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Mary’s Path (formerly Mary’s Shelter) is a non-profit organization that provides homes, care, and quality services for pregnant and parenting minors in Santa Ana, CA. Mary’s Path empowers teen mothers to manage their lives and create families that thrive. It is a place to find dignity, learn self-sufficiency, and restore hope. In 1994 Mary’s Path purchased their first home which …