The KEY Collective envisions every child without the financial means having the same opportunities available to their peers, available to them, without any social stigma attached.
HOW THE INSPIRATION
BECAME A REALITY
The KEY Collective was started by Kristyn LaFleur in 2017 as a result of a grant awarded by Exeter Hospital to financially assist in establishing the #areuin? Card program through their Suicide Prevention Grant Initiative. Although this program does not specifically offer suicide prevention training, research shows that giving at-risk, under-privileged children an opportunity to be involved with sports and other physical activities reduces their risk of suicide.
The Collective’s first program, the #areuin? card, was launched in the 2017-2018 school year to the SAU 16 school district (Exeter, East Kingston, Brentwood, Kensington, Newfields and Stratham) as a pilot program.
THANK YOU TO OUR #areuin? SUPPORTERS
The impact that we have made in our community, in such a short time, would never have been possible without the support, involvement and enthusiasm of these generous organizations, including the amazing people that are a part of them.
A Huge Thank You to You All.