Kayla In The News

Dwyer HS Student, NPB Resident Honored by State for Volunteer Work (InFlorida.com)

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – April 4, 2018 – Kayla Abramowitz, a North Palm Beach resident and student at William T. Dwyer High School has been honored by the Florida Department of Education as Outstanding School Volunteer in the Youth category for the State of Florida. Abramowitz was previously recognized as the Palm Beach County School District’s Outstanding Youth School Volunteer. She is the founder […]

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The 15-Year-Old Nonprofit Superhero (Joan Garry Podcast)

  This episode is going to AMAZE you and CHARM you. Truly. After all, what’s not amazing about an 11-year-old who sees a need, makes it happen (and then some) and, as a result, founds a successful 501c3 organization? In this podcast we hear the story of Kayla Abramowitz, the founder of Kayla Cares 4 […]

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Smiles That Heal (InJupiter Magazine)

JUPITER, FL – Kayla Abramowitz, 15, cares about sick children and strives to make a difference for as many as she can reach. What drives her? Well, she is one herself. Kayla has lived with Crohn’s Disease, Juvenile Arthritis, and Eosinophilic Colitis, and those illnesses have unfortunately led to a few hospital visits—and yet it was […]

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Lawmakers weigh barring insurers from removing drug coverage while policies in effect (Sun Sentinel)

Private health insurers would not be able to yank prescription drugs from their approved-for-coverage lists during the middle of a health insurance policy term, if a proposed ban becomes law in Florida. At Tuesday’s meeting of the state Senate Banking and Insurance Committee in Tallahassee, Vero Beach mom Margaret Mitchell recounted going to her pharmacy and learning the […]

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Kayla Cares 4 Kids at Martin Medical Center (Martin Health System)

The Abramowitz family, Ben, Kayla, Ethan, Andrea and Michael, deliver books, DVDs and video games to Lori Matich, nurse manager of the pediatric unit at Martin Medical Center. Kayla Abramowitz knows what it’s like to be in the hospital and wanted to make the experience easier for other children. With the help and support of […]

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An attitude of gratitude (Florida Weekly)

  The following is excerpted from the Thanksgiving Issue of Florida Weekly. Thanksgiving is a time to relax and reflect on what is good in our lives. With that in mind, we have asked business and charity leaders what they are thankful for this holiday. Kayla Abramowitz  CKO (Chief Kid Officer) of Kayla Cares 4 […]

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