Posted by baykiddead July 05, 2011

How often does the reality of something exceed our expectations? Not all that often, unfortunately. But that’s not the case with a Kauzbot. In fact, even after you pull it from the box, marveling at it’s presence, there’s still more than meets the eye.

What that “more” is, is an effort to tackle some very important kauzes in our world. Each Kauzbot is tasked with the goal of making it a better place, made possible by a little heart inside.

The big heart, however, belongs to Keith Page and the rest of the team at Kauzbots who are leading the charge for a positive change. Speaking with Keith, it’s difficult to not get swept up in the positive energy he exudes when talking about Kalvin and the rest of his krew.

The krusade began in August of 2008 as a way of helping out a friend, and by February of 2009, what started as a simple Facebook post, had grown into a world-wide “change agent for good.” 10 stores became 30. 5 prototypes became 10 Kauzbots fighting the good fight against hunger, cancer, HIV and a number of other issues affecting our global home.

I asked Keith which of the Kauzbots he most identifies with, and without hesitation, he chose Kalvin. â€œHe’s the first one in. Doing the stuff I’d dare to dream about, that’s how he’s wired.”

Which one will you identify with? Find out at



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