Going Beyond Country – Krochet Kids international Needs Your Help!

We take pride in our country music, but more importantly, we take pride in our Country… which is why we are pausing our playlists for a second to let you know about a great opportunity for you to help out a great cause.

Tis’ the season for giving and as of yesterday voting began for the American Giving Awards (hosted by Chase Bank) where twenty-five well- deserving charities were selected to participate for a chance to win a $1 million dollar grant. Among the many amazing non-profit organizations was standout accessories brand, Krochet Kids International. KKi focuses on providing employment and educational opportunities for communities in some of the most difficult areas in our world and is looking to bring their life-changing model for empowerment home to the good ol’ U S of A. The creation of their headwear and accessories line has benefited over 180 women in Uganda and Peru, and by winning the American Giving Awards KKi can bring and further that success in communities all across America.

Not only is Krochet Kids an amazing company, they also have a really cool product. I know as country fans we tend to accessorize with Jason Aldean cowboy hats or Brantley Gilbert ball caps, but Zac Brown made the beanie a staple in country fashion. In fact, Zac Brown should probably order a couple of these for himself: https://www.krochetkids.org/shop/the-barney/

Now here’s where you come in…
KKi is looking for your support and your votes (Nov. 27 – Dec. 4)

VOTE HERE – http://bit.ly/vote4kki and tell your friends to do the same!

Share about it on social media using http://bit.ly/vote4kki and the hashtag #vote4kki

Change your profile pic to this KKi Image

For more information check out the KKi website: http://krochetkids.org/aga

Still looking for more resources or ways to get further involved?
Email: help@krochetkids.org

Take pride in your Country and help KKi!


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