The Journey Ahead to

connect communities.

 
 

1. Establish interest.

 
 

Meet with seniors in the community to hear their feedback on the vision and mission of KayBee.Us.  Speak with individuals and groups interested in becoming volunteers.  Connect with community leaders invested in helping seniors stay independent.  Begin a search for an Advisory Board and Board Members to begin applications for 501(c)(3) non-profit status to fulfill vision and mission.

 

“Begin somewhere.  You cannot build a reputation on what you intend to do.”

— Liz Smith, Columnist & TV personality

 
 
 

2. Fundraise & Market.

 
 

A marketing campaign to increase community awareness of KayBee.Us volunteer opportunities and need for donations.  Establish community relationships to seek community partnerships and donors interested in the vision and mission of KayBee.Us  

 
 
 
 

3. Build.

 
 

The hard work of KayBee.Us begins as the vision and mission are set into motion.  Building a team, applying for non-profit status, training volunteers, establishing a community health worker certificate, and training Lead RNs is on-going as KayBee.Us serves seniors.  KayBee.Us's success depends on the relationships built with neighborhoods, cities, social services, aging agencies, EMS, providers, hospitals & health care facilities, policymakers, seniors, and caregivers.

 
KayBee.Us was founded to honor the life of Kathleen "Kay" Beeson, mother of 15, wife, grandmother, aunt and friend.  Her life purpose was freely caring for others around her.

KayBee.Us was founded to honor the life of Kathleen "Kay" Beeson, mother of 15, wife, grandmother, aunt and friend.  Her life purpose was freely caring for others around her.