FHFH and The Taylor Moxey Foundation Launch Innovative Fundraising Site to Help Kids in Haiti
The KAY PROJECT is an arts and literary educational program that was brought to life by two South Florida Not for Profit organizations, The Taylor Moxey Foundation and Flying High for Haiti. Their motto for this project is “Arts and Education Gives Life”.
The KAY project was conceived by teenage entrepreneur and philanthropist, Taylor Moxey and educator and community organizer, Ines Lozano. Both women share a passion for changing the lives of young children on the island of Haiti.
After setting their sights on the expansion of Ecole du Village, a school that hosts 135 children, they began to map out a plan for a learning and arts center where children can be educated, creative and feel happy and safe, hence the name KAY, which means HOME in the Haitian Creole language.
The goal is to build a viable and super functional building that Educates, Encourages and Empowers the students which in turn empowers the community.
One hundred percent of your donation will go directly towards the purchase of building materials, books, and art supplies that will make this vision a reality.
Dreams don’t work unless we do, and we are counting on your support. Tell a friend and let’s change the lives of hundreds of children on this island of Ile-a-Vache. In the words of Benjamin Franklin, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest”.
Please click the link below and play a pivotal role in making an impact on the lives of the children in Ile-a-Vache.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Taylor Moxey & Ines Lozano
“Are You The Kay Project?”