Kylee was in shock when she found out how many kids—kids just like her—were struggling just to get food every day, and she decided then that she couldn’t allow it to continue. “The thought that someone my age could be going to bed hungry really saddened me.” To combat this issue, she founded Kylee’s Kare Kits for Kidz, Inc., which provides the children in her community food every Friday that can get them through the weekend, when they’re not being fed in school. She worked with her administration and the guidance counselors to identify the kids in need, and in order to fund the kits she organized fundraisers and accepted donations, finding that most people in her community were very supportive of her cause. “There will always be people who don't agree with what you are doing but if in your heart you feel you should be doing it then just do it!” Kylee’s Kare Kits for Kidz, Inc. has even been able to help these kids over holidays and vacations. As of right now she aids over 150 children every week, but Kylee hopes to keep expanding this number, her goal being to help as many kids as she possible can.