Dyball, Rennie
November 2009
People;11/23/2009, Vol. 72 Issue 21, p75
The article discusses the charity Keep a Child Alive, which was founded by singer Alicia Keys and philanthropist Leigh Blake in 2003 in an effort to fight AIDS in Africa. A discussion of trips which Keys has made to Africa and of the work she does to raise funds for the charity is presented. The services that the charity provides are discussed.


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