"With the name change of the KEWF to Kay’s Foundation, came the challenge of designing a new logo that would not only be unique, but meaningful to all who would see it. While many logo designs incorporate handprints, this handprint is special. In 2002, Kaylyn placed her handprints on the concrete wall in our basement, hidden behind a makeshift curtain.
"Several years after Kay had passed away we began to rearrange our basement to make room for all of the Kay’s Kamp stuff we had accumulated over the years. Kay’s handiwork was revealed during that process and just made Bill and I laugh – it was “just so Kay” to draw something on a wall in a place we probably wouldn’t have
allowed. The handprint in our new logo is Kay’s hand – Thank you baby girl for once again leaving your mark on everything we do!”
Kay's Foundation began in June of 2007 as the Kaylyn Elaine Warren Foundation to fulfill the dream and last wish of Kaylyn E. Warren who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on October 15, 2005 at the age of 17.
Kay’s Dream was to help other kids suffering from all types of childhood cancers through awareness and by opening Kay’s Kamp - the First Oncology Camp in Delaware.
At Kamp, kids battling cancer can experience some “normal” in their not-so-normal lives!