Alzheimer’s Orange County Celebrates 35 Years

Alzheimer’s Orange County (AOC), formerly associated with Alzheimer’s Association, Orange County Chapter, has been providing programs and services for Orange County residents battling Alzheimer’s and dementia for 35 years.

21st Century Slavery

Human trafficking. Modern day slavery. The cyber-exploitation of women and children. However it is labeled, it cannot begin to describe the immense suffering borne by victims of 21st century enslavement. According to the Global Center for Women and Justice (GCFWJ), housed at Costa Mesa's Vanguard University, some 45.8 million victims, globally, are trafficked. And, perpetrators and victims of these criminal…

Friends Unite to Fight Cancer

Defining moments in one’s life can come at any time. For Ken Ketner, a long-time Newport Beach resident and businessman, his defining moment began years ago when he was a young child. “I suffered a debilitating bone disease and my parents had limited resources, so they turned to Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles for help. The care I got was…

A Sacred Calling

They are clothed in the white habit of their order–a beautiful sign of their inner identity and consecration. The Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael’s Abbey in Silverado Canyon go about their sacred duties, as they serve in schools, hospitals, and prisons throughout southern California.

The Lott Trophy: Making an IMPACT

The cast bronze trophy glows under the spotlight, the two grappling football players illuminated. Two men with undeniable talent and a love for the game. But, in taking a closer look, one is clearly set apart from the other. One is fearlessly dominating the other, the full force of his body explosively hitting his opponent. It is none other than…

Table for 10 Raises Funds for Nonprofits Annually

Table for 10, orchestrated annually by KM Productions for deserving nonprofits, held its 10th annual culinary spectacular for a sold-out crowd of 300 at Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa in Dana Point on March 6, 2016. Vocational Visions and The Teen Project were the recipients of the $300,000 netted for the fundraiser.

Love a Community: Changing Lives One Village at a Time

Lydia Natoolo, past President of the Honor Students at Saddleback College and currently a Biology student at UC Irvine, is a driven student aspiring to become a pediatrician with the intention to give back to the communities that saw her grow.

The Greater Good

Kristin Martin had taught school, grades 2 through 8, for 13 years and wanted to do something that would provide her more flexible hours to be with her children. Always an organizer and a spark plug for getting things done, she felt she wanted to do something for others that would make a difference. Thus, KM Productions was born.