Inside Father Joe’s Villages

For Pat and Stephanie Kilkenny, co-founders of the non-profit Lucky Duck Foundation, defeating homeless is an important cause. “We lived together in downtown San Diego for seven years in the late 90s and early 2000s, so we saw it everyday,” recalls Stephanie. “Father Joe’s Villages attempts to end the cycle by treating the cause, not just […]

The Lucky Duck Foundation Presents $1 Million to Beneficiaries

In December, Pat and Stephanie Kilkenny, founders of the non-profit Lucky Duck Foundation, NBA great Bill Walton and others presented checks totaling $1 million to the Helen Woodward Animal Center, Challenged Athletes Foundation, Father Joe’s Villages and the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, Inc. at Petco Park. The funds were raised in late September at the […]

55th Annual Sportsman’s Banquet

The Lucky Duck Foundation was out doing good again at the 55th Annual Sportsman’s Banquet honoring Steve Fisher as Sportsman of the Year by raising money for the ALS Association of San Diego.

Del Sol Magazine

Lucky Duck Foundation founders Pat and Stephanie Kilkenny, are featured in the January/February 2014 issue of Del Sol Magazine.

Hope Telethon for Helen Woodward Animal Center’s

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Thanksgiving Day 5K in Balboa Park

Lucky Duck Foundation Volunteer Pam Carr and her daughter Lexi present a check to Father Joe’s Villages President Sister Patricia Cruise at the charity’s annual Thanksgiving Day 5K in Balboa Park.

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Makayla Scott

Peer Mentor, Promises2Kids
As an African American first-generation college graduate, I recently earned my Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning Management and Design. Despite facing the challenges of homelessness and balancing motherhood, I have persevered and am committed to using my experiences to advocate for better urban planning and support for vulnerable communities.”