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Our Impact

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SKJAJA Kids

A strong sense of community helps build long-term success for our kids – regardless of need or socio-economic status. Paying it forward creates ownership of the support and the child then becomes an even greater part of their community and ours. SKJAJA kids “pay it forward” in multiple ways:

 

Testimonials

The simplest way to define “pay it forward” is that when someone does something for you, instead of paying that person back you do a good deed for someone else. SKJAJA kids “pay it forward” in multiple ways:

  • Join a SKJAJA Saturday or SKJAJA Club

  • Volunteer at their school or nonprofit

  • Offer free services like: babysitting, mowing grass, and dog walking

  • Tutor other students

  • Bake or make cards for hospital or nursing home residents

  • Work in community garden

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SKJAJA Updates

A strong sense of community helps build long-term success for our kids – regardless of need or socio-economic status. Paying it forward creates ownership of the support and the child then becomes an even greater part of their community and ours. SKJAJA kids “pay it forward” in multiple ways:

 

In the News

A strong sense of community helps build long-term success for our kids – regardless of need or socio-economic status. Paying it forward creates ownership of the support and the child then becomes an even greater part of their community and ours. SKJAJA kids “pay it forward” in multiple ways:

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