Welcome to the Alexis Kaiser Foundation—Thank you for visiting our webpage.
The Alexis Kaiser Foundation, a 501(c)3 non profit organization, has a public charity designation. The Foundation was established several years ago for the purpose of helping Alexis Ensley Kaiser as well as many other children with special needs.
Alexis (Lexi) is the smallest of triplets born to Chip and Christy Fead Kaiser on November 23, 2002. Shortly after her birth, Lexi was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Though faced with the challenges that a special needs child brings to a family, the Kaiser family has faced each challenge with courage and with resolve. Lexi and her triplet siblings, Kelli and Trey, now nineteen years old, have a bond that is unyielding. Two years younger than their siblings, Hallie Kaiser is the youngest of the Kaiser family; Hallie is also attentive to Lexi and shares that same unyielding bond.
Lexi’s first school experience was a happy time at Jacob’s Ladder in Roswell, Georgia. Jacob’s Ladder is a school established to provide services to children
with neurological needs. Lexi’s years at Jacob’s Ladder were productive and helpful to her development. Lexi attends Cobb County, Georgia's Lassiter High School and loves the interaction
that she shares with her classmates.
One of Lexi’s greatest loves is her participation in the Sandy Plains Challenger Baseball League. Playing since she was five years old has given her the
opportunity to be a part of a team as well as to interact with her teammates and the helpers who come each week to assist with the game.
The Alexis Kaiser Foundation has a yearly fundraiser---Lexi’s Game Celebrity Golf Tournament and Raffle. The tournament and raffle are held on the fourth Monday of each April. The 2022 Lexi’s Game which is April 25 at Brookfield Country Club in Roswell, Georgia will be Lexi’s Game #17. If you are a golfer, or if you enjoy a day of fun, food and fellowship, please come our and join us. In addition, the Kennesaw University Women’s Softball team honors Lexi with a Lexi’s Day at Kennesaw. For the past few years, Georgia Tech Softball has been the opponent. Pope High School in Marietta, GA has A Match for Lexi; this year the participating teams were North Cobb and Hilgrove and over these past twelve years, the Foundation has been blessed to have wonderful community participation and has been able to provide over $850,000 for many children with special needs. Some of the recipients of these monies have been The Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Jacob’s Ladder, FOCUS, SafePath, Sandy Plains Challenger Softball, Cobb County Special Needs Classes and the Davis Direction Foundation. In addition many children and groups have received iPads, camp scholarships, specially equipped bicycles and jogging strollers. Lexi has benefitted greatly by having the family vehicle equipped with a loading ramp. Now, Lexi’s wheelchair rolls directly into the vehicle and is secured into place for the ride. No longer does she have to be transported from her wheel chair to the car seat. Life is so much easier for Lexi and her parents. None of these good deeds would have been possible without the help of so many kind and generous people. We continue to count our blessings and thank each person who has been a part of our fundraising events. With your support, many good things will continue to happen in the days ahead. It is our hope that we will be able to continue to help more and more children.
With the support of many, many people, Lexi’s Game is able to raise funds for The Alexis Kaiser Foundation. Along with The Alexis Kaiser Foundation, other recipients are the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, SafePath, FOCUS, Jacob’s Ladder and other organizations who help children with special needs. The Foundation presents iPads, special bicycles, camp scholarships and learning materials for children with needs. One of the highlights of our year is being able to present IPads as Christmas gifts to children who otherwise would not be able to experience the joy of receiving these gifts. Thanks to generous people like you, each year the Foundation has been able to expand its giving horizons.