Intern Day 2019

KC offers summer internships as a valuable professional development opportunity for undergraduate students. Interns are recruited at career fairs and invited to intern in our offices under the supervision of experienced KC staff, gaining hands-on experience over the course of the summer in the process. To thank the interns for their hard work and wish them well in their upcoming Fall semester at school, both KC offices threw the interns a party with a catered lunch.

Wear Red Day 2019

KC celebrated the American Heart Association (AHA)’s 15th annual “National Wear Red Day” on February 1st, supporting the fight against cardiovascular disease in women as part of a nationwide effort known as Go Red for Women®.

Heart disease claims the lives of more than 400,000 women each year and is the number one leading cause of death for women – that’s about the same as the next three most common causes of death combined. Luckily, about 80% of cardiovascular diseases may be prevented.

“Eat a heart-healthy diet, be physically active on a regular basis, don’t smoke, and stay at a healthy weight,” says Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a senior faculty member of cardiology at Mount Sinai in New York, NY. AHA recommends a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, healthy fats, and whole grains; at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity and/or 75 minutes per week of vigorous aerobic activity; and plenty of sleep and stress relief.

In the spirit of health and wellness, employees at the Circleville, Poughkeepsie, and New York City offices enjoyed a healthy breakfast spread while adorned in various shades of red.

For our English friends across the pond, February 1st was also Wear Red Day, however their event aided the Leeds Congenital Heart Unit at the General Infirmary through The Children’s Heart Surgery Fund. Regardless of where you are in the world, if you missed Wear Red Day this year, be sure to join us next time. Together we can raise awareness and help make healthier hearts everywhere!

Fundraising for Charity 2018

KC is proud to once again have participated in the American Heart Association's Tri-County Heart Walk! The KC Team helped to promote physical activity to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. As a company, we recruited 20 team members and raised a grand total of $6,322, including a generous match of our team donations by KC’s President, Raj Ravilla.

Thank you to everyone who registered to walk with the KC team, helped us spread the word, or donated! Together we really can help make a difference, and we appreciate of all your continued support!

Road Cleanup 2017

Twice a year, the KC Circleville office comes together to perform roadside clean-up services along Goshen Turnpike. The cleanup is an important act of service for KC, as we continuously strive to better our surrounding community and promote environmental health. Here are some pictures of our employees from our Spring and Fall 2017 cleanups.

Road Cleanup 2016

Twice a year, the KC Circleville office comes together to perform roadside clean-up services along Goshen Turnpike. The cleanup is an important act of service for KC, as we continuously strive to better our surrounding community and promote environmental health. Here are some pictures of our employees from our Spring and Fall 2016 cleanups.