Making a difference in the community we live in, as well as in the communities where we grew up, through care, support and collaboration is one of the key tenets of Kadavu organization. By involving our active youth members in various citizenship engagements, we raise empowered and socially responsible future leaders who can shape a brighter tomorrow for all of us! We make a better world when all of us work towards a just and equitable society. Together, we can make a difference !
KADAVU members are actively involved in serving our community. The Kadavu volunteering team works to make a difference in the community we live in, as well as in the communities where we grew up. Care, support, and collaboration are the key tenets of Kadavu Volunteering Team
Healthcare staff who work at the front lines during the current Covid -19 pandemic situations are indeed true local heroes. Kadavu will be sponsoring a dinner from a local restaurant to the Chester County Hospital’s staff members on April 14th . The hospital staff are all working very hard, under exceptional circumstances, putting in many extra hours and taking care of the sick. A fresh hot meal is something they will look forward to and will bring some cheer and spread goodwill. We thank them for their services to the community in these difficult times
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To take part in a shared event and at the same time to help our community, Kadavu members are hosting a virtual 5K/1K Walk/Run on April 25th, 2020. This can be done in the safety of your home on a treadmill or walking in the house or yard. If doing this activity outside, we do request everyone to follow the social distancing guidelines. All the money raised from this event will be donated to Chester County Food Bank
Kadavu volunteers are working on sewing cloth masks for donating to various organizations nationally
Women On The Move Ministries Incorporated is a small ministry that helps the homeless and less fortunate in the Pottstown and surrounding communities. We conducted a school supplies to support the students in the ministry
As an effort to help Kerala Flood victims, Kadavu donated 3 houses to support the rebuilt efforts, They are built in association with the Federation of Malayalee Associations of Americas (FOMAA), for families who were living in tents in the land distributed by the government under the zero landless scheme. The keys of houses, built for 700000 INR each, were handed over to the families during 2019
We partnered with Charity Crossings and St. Miriam to provide meals for the ‘Step up to the Plate’ program to serve the city of Philadelphia. Kadavu volunteers served over 200 meals to people experiencing homelessness in the city.
Friends Association provides emergency shelter and prevention services using a two-generation approach for families facing homelessness or housing instability in Chester County. Kadavu provided food donations for their homeless shelter.
CYWA (Community, Youth, and Women’s Alliance), provides services for women with children in the Coatesville area. Kadavu provided lunches to CYWA’s homeless shelter.
We donated pizza to PACS to help provide meals to the community.
We provided dinner to Chester County Hospital Health Care Heroes to appreciate their selfless service to the community during the covid-19 pandemic season.
Christian non-profit that coordinates the packaging and distribution of food to people facing hardships in developing nations around the world. They put special effort into developing nutritious meals for children so they can grow and thrive
Kadavu volunteers packed 216 meals for distribution
Corporate sponsored event where the Comcast employees and their family and friends spend a day volunteering for the betterment of communities across the country. Kadavu volunteers spend the day getting the Variety campus ready for spring by gardening, landscaping, pruning and planting shrubs, painting and outdoor cleaning
Non-profit organization that provides resources such as school supplies and clothing to homeless and low-income children
Kadavu volunteers spend the day sorting clothing and other needed items, so they can be distributed easily to the different families in need
Halloween candy collection program where the excess candy collected by the kids are distributed as a sweet treat to the deployed service members and veterans at VA hospitals
Kadavu activity to celebrate the season of joy and giving was combined with fundraising. Kadavu members signed up to have the carolers visit their homes and donated money. A total of six hundred dollars was collected and has been earmarked for various charities in our local communities