Season’s Greetings from Kymera

The holiday season is once again upon us, and things sure have changed from just a year ago. We’ve travelled uncharted territories along with many other businesses and are so grateful to have been able to help our clients weather the storm.

From the Kymera family to yours, we wish you a joyous holiday and hope that you have many happy and peaceful moments celebrating with the ones you love. Hopefully, it will be a bright spot in what has been a difficult year for many.

Our hearts are with the families enduring the most devastating consequences from the pandemic and the businesses still trying to find their footing. We also extend our heartfelt gratitude to all those serving on the front lines of the pandemic — healthcare workers, police, firefighters, EMTs, teachers, grocery clerks, bus drivers and everyone else who continues to do their important work despite the risks.

Many non-profit organizations also face challenges this year. If you can, please remember them as you plan your holiday giving. We have the privilege of partnering with a number of fantastic nonprofits. And if you’ll indulge us, we’d like to give them a shoutout because they do such great work — and can use all the help they can get.


Edgewood Children’s Ranch: Our very own Bruce Jordan now heads this residential program that provides assistance and support for at-risk youth from age 7 to 17 in Central Florida. The faith-based organization helps children who suffer from abuse, addiction and other psychological, emotional and family issues.


Els for Autism: Founded by pro golfer Ernie Els, this worthy nonprofit’s mission is to help those with autism spectrum disorder fulfill their potential to lead positive, productive and rewarding lives. Through a wide variety of activities and services, Els for Autism creates awareness and offers education resources, job training and recreational programs, alongside their independent living services for individuals and families living with autism.


Parent Heart Watch: PHW’s mission is to protect young people from sudden cardiac arrest and preventable sudden cardiac death through a number of educational and advocacy efforts. Many people don’t realize that Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death in the United States, taking the lives of 356,000 Americans each year. It’s also the number one killer of student athletes and contributes to the No. 2 medical cause of death among young people under age 25.


Ali’s Hope Foundation: Formed by Joe and Helen Gallagher after the death of their teenage daughter, Alyson, the mission of Ali’s Hope Foundation is to offer grants to programs that assist young adults with mental health issues to learn to live in recovery, accept their diagnosis, and have hope for the future.


Easterseals Florida: As part of a national organization that has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, along with their families, for more than 100 years, Easterseals Florida focuses on making the national mission a local mission. They offer all kinds of services to benefit all ages with all types of disabilities, from child development centers to job training to adult day care. Our favorite is Camp Challenge, where kids and teens of all ability levels can participate in camping activities.


Winter Park Playhouse: Founded in 2002, The Winter Park Playhouse is Central Florida’s professional musical theatre and one of few in the state. It is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for residents and visitors in Central Florida by producing and developing year-round professional musical theatre programming that entertains, uplifts, and inspires.


If you have the ability to add any new charities to the list of those you support, please read more about these organizations through the links provided. Once again, we wish you and yours the happiest of holidays and all the best in the New Year.