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Novem­ber Let­ter from the CEO

Dear Friends of KYC,

This month’s newslet­ter is lit­er­al­ly burst­ing at the seams with con­tent, which is a per­fect sym­bol­ism for the fever­ish work being done by all our teams this fall to serve clients. We’re busy pro­vid­ing behav­ioral health and old­er adult pro­grams, ensur­ing the safe­ty and well-being of peo­ple in our community.

As you scroll through this newslet­ter, you’ll see KYC’s first ever bill­board cre­at­ed by our Pos­i­tive Youth Devel­op­ment Team and their edu­ca­tion cam­paign being imple­ment­ed in junior high and high schools across the area. You’ll find pho­tos from our Vol­un­teer Din­ner in Octo­ber and more from our Fash­ion Show this month, rec­og­niz­ing the incred­i­ble peo­ple who give of their time, tal­ent, and trea­sure to sup­port KYC. You’ll find out how you can sup­port our #Giv­ingTues­day cam­paign as part of the Thanks­giv­ing hol­i­day week and find out about our Adopt a Fam­i­ly pro­gram that offers our need­i­est clients gifts for the hol­i­days this Decem­ber. I couldn’t be proud­er to share with you all that’s hap­pen­ing and invite you to be a part of the work we’re doing.

But the most impor­tant mes­sage I hope to share this Novem­ber is one of immense grat­i­tude. In a world where hus­tle and bus­tle keeps us mov­ing at record-break­ing pace and the news shares more bad news than good, each day at KYC is filled with kind­ness, com­pas­sion, and a sin­cere com­mit­ment to the bet­ter­ment of our com­mu­ni­ty. Our offices across our loca­tions are filled with joy, team­work, and relent­less ener­gy. KYC thrives because of our ded­i­cat­ed staff, invest­ed vol­un­teers, and gen­er­ous sup­port­ers who make our work possible.

May this sea­son of thanks fill your home with the warmth and hap­pi­ness you bring to KYC through­out the year. We are deeply grate­ful for your friend­ship and support.

Until Decem­ber,

Susan E. Cowen
Pres­i­dent & Chief Exec­u­tive Officer


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