Key- Action Network (KAN) was established in Hamilton, Ontario, and was incorporated and approved as charity organization  on July 11, 2014. The brains behind this organisation included Theo Achieve Kiadii, Simanga Gama, John Luma, and Marayah Kiadii. The organization was established as a humanitarian and development non for profit organization to serve  various communities in helping to meet the social, economic, emotional and physical needs of the poor, the elderly, the disadvantaged, and mankind as whole. 

KAN  empowers community members to take action in solving development issues which directly or indirectly hinders their well being. The organization  carries out settlement and integration program, provide support to newcomers,  work with new immigrant, children from poor neighbourhoods, empowerment of youths, women, seniors and vulnerable individuals through basic computer services, training, information sharing, workshops, back to school programs, micro projects,  and community mobilization through community centres, and provide other services that benefit the general public such as connecting individuals to other services and resources.

 KAN is also engaged in international development and assistance to communities in developing countries by mobilizing resources to provide basic needs such as school supplies, food, clothing, and medication, other relief,  and give support to other activities such as agriculture activities. 

We are Building bridges between the privileged and unprivileged, between givers and receivers, between wants and needs. Filling the gaps between the rich and the poor.

We  working with various community leaders to take action in providing solutions to development issues which directly or indirectly hinders their well-being

We recruit volunteers for limited period of services in needed places. 

 KAN initiated and successful the mobilization of Liberian community leaders across Canada to established the Federation of Liberian Associations in Canada.

 KAN worked with the Liberian Community to create aware and raise fund to help fight against the Ebola crisis in West Africa in 2014. 

We are undertaking several other local and international project including information sharing and micro project for elderly and women in many  communities in Ontario, 

Working on a Scholarship program for nurses in Liberia . We are also  undertaking back to school and food bank program in Liberia. 

The success of these projects depends your support and contributions. Help us to help others;  Every dollar count, every effort will lead to performance and every performance will yield a result. " WORKING TOGETHER FOR A SAFER, STRONGER, AND BETTER SOCIETY" Click the button below now and donate.    

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