Kenya Keys

Rinda & Brent Hayes
5314 Tualata Ct
Lake Oswego, OR 97035



About Kenya Keys

Kenya Keys is a grassroots organization driven by the passion of dedicated volunteers who believe education is the most powerful force for change in the world. Providing sponsorships, libraries, advocacy for girls and leadership training, Kenya Keys brings opportunities to the poorest area of Kenya. See how far a dollar can go in Africa!

Live Charity Auction:

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Past CD Charity Auctions:

Issuer Term Closing Yield Closing Date
Zions First National Bank 1 Year 0.730% 02-18-2015
Zions First National Bank 1 Year 0.750% 02-04-2015
Zions First National Bank 1 Year 0.750% 01-14-2015
Zions First National Bank 1 Year 0.730% 12-31-2014
Zions First National Bank 1 Year 0.740% 12-17-2014

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