It’s with great pleasure to have impacted so many people in such a short amount of time as a “small town girl dreaming big“. Between entrepreneurship, mentoring, traveling and pageantry each birthday I am blessed to tour, meet, and greet.  This year I am asking for a different momentum as I welcome a new wave of energy and life. As a young woman of color, with a purple heart, my life hasn’t always been glamorous. I took a road that isn’t quite traveled on – with shoes that not to many people would want to wear. “Realizing that my passions and dreams takes a village” I am asking for you all to give 24 something to a cause that’s dear to me below. Doesn’t have to be cash! Be creative and show proof of your 24. Happy Birthday to me & thank you to you!

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1.I was homeless finishing up Undergrad in college between living in a shelter, being a full time student, and entrepreneur the Kade we experience and know today although very grateful experienced a chaotic living arrangement.

Donate 24 somethings to causes for homelessness near you.

2. After living in a shelter, in which kicked me out because I chose education rather than to work minimum wage, as a First generation college graduate – now, I am confidently able to welcome my milestone of completing college without despising an organization that didn’t support higher education. Fun Fact: For just 55 women in college we increase the economy by 1 Million Dollars.

Donate 24 somethings to organizations supporting women of color.

3.Throughout my youth I experienced self identify and insecurity challenges navigating the many realms of working and social classes.

Write 24 beautiful young woman that they are beautiful and it’ll be okay!

4. After graduating Undergrad and submitting over 200 resumes, countless interviews with 1 of 2 results; overqualified or “not the ideal” fit & navigating working throughout College I was either ahead of the curve or underpaid –

Donate capital, equipment, resources to one of my companies to hire other people who look like me = 24.


5. Being an entrepreneur I worked through out college taking many odd jobs and building clientele through @KadesMode. Resources weren’t available as easy as my counterparts.

Donate capital, equipment, resources to one of my companies to hire other people who look like me = 24.

6. I was a freshman in high school at Wilson Magnet High when a lady came in for career day talking about her modeling career as a woman of color. This is what inspired me to navigate fashion even more.

Give 24 minutes to a career day at a local school near you!

6. I was a freshman in high school when a lady came in for career day talking about her modeling career as a woman of color. This is what inspired me to navigate fashion even more.

Give 24 minutes to a career day at a local school near you!

7. Throughout life I’ve always had the fortunate opportunity of picking the good people out and sometimes the bad people too. The gift of discernment we all need a little love.

Write 24 positive notes to people you love.

8. Music is universal language. I have a love for acoustics, live bands and good energy overall.

Spend 24 minutes listening to your favorite song.

9. For 1 year and 6 months I’ve been teaching young girls how to code and create businesses through tech. In doing so, capital and resources limited.

Donate 24 somethings to programming and tech spaces to public schools.

10. Building a sister circle is so important as you navigate life.

Give yourself an extra 24 minutes to finding you a great support system.

11. Founder of KM Creative digital business solution wants to expand give back and further!
Donate 24 somethings to us!

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