Kaitlyn’s journey has been very humbling, as her stories have been told in many media facets. Between starting an international organization to carrying the Olympic Torch, Kaitlyn has been featured in many magazines, online web stories and has been interviewed by radio personalities.
As Kaitlyn turned to leave and the little girl started to fall back aslee, she clutched the handmade duck card Kaitlyn had brought her tight to her chest and gently rubbed the duck on its cover.
by Abraham Aboraya, Seminole Chronicle – Huggable Hero
A Love Letters card is designed to make these kids laugh or smile, so the cards are always fun, colorful and upbeat.
by Linda Saracino, Seminole Magazine – Love Letters: Random Cards of Kindness
She is an avid volunteer in the community by leading through example that young people can make a significant difference in their local communities.
CeCe Cole, Silke Endress – Healing Smiles, Loving Hugs, and Colorful Laughter
I felt as if my Love Letters card was like a blanket that covered her (Love Letters child) with warmth and love.
by Kaitlyn Chana, Inspirational Magazine – The Power of A Card
And because of her outstanding charity work, Chana was one of only 20 Americans selected to carry the Olympic torch prior to the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.
by Christine Dellert, Pegasus – Carrying The Torch
Kaitlyn showed commitment to her community. She is a great example of a young person who has done some pretty remarkable things,” Norton said
by Lindsay DeCarlo, Central Florida Future – LEAD Scholar chosen to be Olympic torchbearer
Kaitlyn believes, “Each one of us (medalist) is unique and as the medals were placed around our necks you could see the excitement pour over our faces
by Kaitlyn Chana, The Congressional Award – Gold Medalist Banquet
It’s one thing to say you’re an Olympic torchbearer,” she said. “It’s another to put on the uniform.”
by Linda Shrieves, Orlando Sentinel – She’ll Carry Olympic Fire