EHP Donates to 11-Year-Old’s Non-Profit

Earlier this year, Johns Hopkins Employer Health Programs (EHP) launched a new giving program. Community Action that Cares about Health (CATCH) seeks to support local nonprofits.

Our most recent donation is exactly what EHP had in mind when creating the CATCH program. 11-year-old Kylee runs a non-profit, K.I.C. Kares, through which she assembles and delivers care packages to families with children in local NICUs. To raise money to provide more care packages, K.I.C. Kares held an inaugural golf tournament. EHP wanted to support Kylee’s mission, donating $1,200 to sponsor the tournament. EHP is honored to contribute to such selfless, caring work.

Are you a Johns Hopkins employee? Do you know of a worthy cause that could use some additional financial support? Learn more about the CATCH program and submit an application.

11-year-old Kylee runs a non-profit, K.I.C. Kare