“Santa Clarita’s Unsung Heroes," brought to you by your friends at Mercedes-Benz of Valencia, focuses the spotlight on those working behind the scenes who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and make the impossible a reality.
The nonprofit Project Kindle organization provides cost-free camping programs, year- round support and advocacy, recreational experiences and peer-based HIV/AIDS education for young people ages 12 to 24.
Eva founded Project Kindle in her native Nebraska, then opened the Project Kindle West summer camp in Santa Clarita in 2005.
And she does a masterful job of directing Project Kindle while being a mother of six kids here in Santa Clarita.
That’s why Eva Payne is KHTS’s latest Santa Clarita Unsung Hero, brought to you by Mercedes-Benz of Valencia.
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Check Out all the Mercedes-Benz of Valencia's Unsung Hero !As founder and executive director of Project Kindle back in 1998 when she was still in college, Eva Payne has devoted much of her adult life devoted to helping teens and young adults with serious illnesses, special needs and other life challenges.
Santa Clarita’s Unsung Hero - Eva Payne