Inspire your colleagues at KPSC by sharing your story and reasons why you support that cause. The 2020 campaign provides a number of platforms for you to let others know why you choose to financially support and/or volunteer for local community organizations.

Alex Wiggins
Help Provide Leadership Skills to Young Cadets

“I support the Cadet Character and Leadership Foundation(CCLF), which provides low-income Civil Air Cadets with scholarships for leadership and training programs. The CCLF makes it possible for young people to gain experience and learn leadership skills from their instructors,” says Alexandra Wiggins, Director of Nursing Services at the Los Angeles Medical Center.

“I benefited from similar life experiences that gave me the leadership skills to be successful in life, now it is our opportunity to support our future leaders,” adds Alexandra.

Focused on the potential of America’s youth, the Cadet Character and Leadership Foundation is designed to seek out young lives with leadership drive, who may be financially under-resourced and help them achieve their full potential.

You can support CCLF or the organization of your choosing through Kaiser Permanente Southern California Community Giving Campaign, which runs through November 5. To sign up, visit There, you’ll find out ways to contribute and inspire others to do the same by letting them know how your organization is making the world a better place.

  1. Donations are safe and secure, and as much or as little as you’d like can be deducted from your paycheck as a one-time or ongoing donation.
  2. Unlike some other fund raisers, we can say that 100 percent of all donations go to your designated organization.
  3. All online donors become eligible for weekly prizes during the campaign.

For more information, contact Nasi Farmani.