Our vision is that one day every child can pursue their personal passions without fear or limitations.

Kile Ishmael Glover, affectionately known as Kile$ (Kile Money) was a truly gifted thespian and artist. Whether it was his performance as the Scarecrow in a local stage company’s production of “The Wiz” or his abstract paintings he created for his school art fair: Kile’s talent always stood out like a “BEACON OF LIGHT.”

Kile was also a very loving, caring and kind boy. Every year he donated personal gifts to a charity of his choice as well. As a foundation, in Kile’s honor, we will keep his creative genius and giving legacy ALIVE by working with organizations who focus in these areas. Learn more about our mission here.

Be kind, be clever, be creative, be silly, be spontaneous and be BOLD! Protect Kile’s legacy by being forgiving and sharing your heart, ideas and your joy with all those you meet.

This is Kile Ishmael Glover, and our programs are inspired by him.

“The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experiences.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt



Our grant program funds schools, non-profits and small businesses that offer young people new learning experiences that are inline with our core values.


The Risk Taker Competition is a special event that gives creative and talented young people an opportunity to showcase their projects to participants across our multi-media platform.


Camp XI allows students who have demonstrated a keen interest in the arts, technology and entrepreneurship to showcase their talents.



Shooting our film was hard work, but fun. Camp XI helped us see our strengths and weaknesses. We got to meet new people and get to know each other, and I was excited about filming our movie and going to Swirl Films Studios to see an actual film set - Yancey R.

I’ve done photography at school and I like to participate in new things. Camp XI helped me learn how to use an actual camera, not just a phone. SCAD was my favorite field trip. I didn’t even know a school like that existed! It was pretty awesome to me. - Jonathan D.


Camp XI showed me that you don’t have to do just one thing with art. I started out more interested in visual art, but when we worked on our movie project, I learned that art could be applied there, too. - Toddrique F.

Kile's Camp XI
Kile's Camp XI
Kile's Camp XI