Co-founded in 2003 by Alicia Keys as an emergency response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, KCA has since established itself as a global leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS by providing children, young people and their families with comprehensive treatment, care and support to not only survive but thrive for a lifetime.
Today, we are broader in our outlook and more focused on our mission than ever before. To improve the health and wellbeing of vulnerable children, young people, adults and families around the world, with a focus on combating the physical, social and economic impacts of HIV/AIDs.
Alicia Keys and Leigh Blake co-founded Keep a Child Alive after supporting the success of the Family Care Clinic in Mombasa, Kenya
KCA extended funding to a second program, Ikageng Itireleng based in Soweto, South Africa
KCA funded the Living India orphanage in Chandrakal, its first programme in Asia
KCA celebrated 10 years, 9 partners, and support across 5 countries
KCA touched the lives of 89,000 children, young people and adults in Africa and India