Kairos 10 International Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity, Fed. ID #45-3024913. All donations are tax deductible, and used to further the cause. If you would like to make a donation, you may do so via PayPal or credit card.
PARTY IN A BOX
“Party in a Box” events are fun, exciting and connect your ‘village’ to a village in Africa. Kairos 10 bracelets are primarily sold in the U.S. through volunteer sales and community-based events, including home parties. As a Kairos 10 “Party in a Box” volunteer, you have the opportunity to share the mission with your friends and family. Kairos provides materials and advice on how to make your “Party in a Box” a success. Your guests are given the opportunity to view and purchase unique handcrafted jewelry, including beautifully designed pieces only available at home parties. In addition with each purchase, a mosquito net is sent to a family in an impoverished area. When you sell 75 items, you and your guests will ‘net’ an entire village. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule your “Party in a Box” date today!
“Party in a box” volunteers will be given a special thank you gift for your efforts to share the Kairos vision!
INVITE KAIROS TO SPEAK
Kairos 10 is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. If possible due to travel requirements, Kairos will speak at your event at no charge.
We prefer to feature the bracelets and have them for sale to the attendees. If you would like a Kairos 10 representative speak to your organization, school, or religious group regarding malaria and our non-profit work in Africa, please contact us by email. A Kairos 10 representative will respond to your request regarding availability. Our representatives have spoken to large school assemblies, and Kairos 10 has been the featured non-profit at conferences.
For more information, please contact us at email@example.com. As a nonprofit, Kairos 10 International Fund does not pay anyone from the U.S. Everyone is a volunteer!
GO TO AFRICA WITH KAIROS
Kairos invites you to visit Ghana with our supporters. Trips are annual where a medical mission is conducted, seeing the bead manufacturers first- hand education to learn about the process, and meet the Beaders personally.