Cleaning for a Cause

The KMA Foundation’s Road Clean Up Days are more than just an effort to beautify our highways; they are a tribute to the lives lost in traffic accidents and a call to action for safer driving habits. By sponsoring clean-up days along Hwy FF in Jefferson County, we honor the memory of Kaela Marie Archambault and others who have tragically died along this stretch of road. These events serve as a poignant reminder to all drivers to slow down, stay vigilant, and prioritize safety.

Our Impact

  • Over 10,000 Pounds of Trash Collected: In the past six years, our foundation, together with community partners, has removed more than 10,000 pounds of trash from Hwy FF, making it a cleaner and safer environment for everyone.
  • A Visible Reminder: The clean-up efforts are a visible testament to the importance of road safety and the need for drivers to be more aware of their surroundings and driving habits.

Join Us in Making a Difference

Participating in our Road Clean Up Days is a meaningful way to honor the memories of those we’ve lost and contribute to a safer future for all road users. Whether you’re an individual, a group, or a business, your involvement can make a real impact.