Bee's Light & Legacy Fund

Thearack “Bee” Tham Kith was born to immigrant parents and was the youngest of 3 siblings. He was kind, loving and forgiving. He was loved by anyone and everyone who had the privilege of knowing him. In the 34 years he walked this earth, he made an impact. He was full of light. That light, however, was darkened too soon.

On October 7, 2019, Bee was called home. He had been battling with addiction since his early 20’s. He sought help from family and traditional treatments such as detoxification hospitalization and rehabilitation, which led to many sober days, weeks, and months. He had plans. He loved cooking. He loved his family. He wanted to help people struggling with addiction like he did.

KITHS will shine Bee’s light and carry on his legacy through a fund created to help individuals who are struggling with addiction and are in recovery.

More information about how to support this fund and how to apply for this fund will be posted soon. 

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Bee's Light & Legacy Fund

ATTENTION!!!

DUE to the rising concerns related to COVID-19 and the Governor's mandates to #stayathome to prevent the spread of the virus, KITHS physical location is closed until further notice. KITHS is available via telephone to support those in need. Please contact 215-278-6222 if you need help.

 

KITHS is still a Census Partner!!!  We've adjusted our strategy to include virtual awareness so that we can ensure a complete count. 

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Hours of Operation:

Monday: Closed

Tues-Fri: Appointments Preferred

Saturday: 11-6pm

Sunday: 11-4pm

Our hours varies due to the rising concerns of COVID-19. We do have drop off services. We recommend calling before dropping by the office.