About Us

Did you know sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in young exercising athletes?

Athletic heart syndrome, (AHS) also known as athlete’s heart, is a condition commonly seen in sports medicine, in which the human heart is enlarged, and the resting heart rate is lower than normal.  Athlete’s heart is common in athletes who routinely exercise more than an hour a day, and occurs primarily in endurance athletes, though it can occasionally arise in heavy weight trainers. The condition is generally considered benign, but may occasionally hide a serious medical condition, or may even be mistaken for one. Athlete’s heart most often does not have any physical symptoms, although an indicator would be a consistently low resting heart rate. Athletes with AHS often do not realize they have the condition unless they undergo specific medical tests.

The Do It For Kahlin Foundation’s mission is to raise awareness of AHS and help young athletes transition from high school to college. DIFKFoundation.org is a leading source of information and assistance for the community & student athletes of the State of Georgia, Clayton County area. You can help by sharing our mission and contact information, donating and/or volunteering.

About Kahlin

kahlin-aboutBorn September 10th 1998, in Riverdale, GA: Kahlin Trevon Guerin DeJohnette was a well-rounded model Student Athlete.

Kahlin started his education at River’s Edge and East Clayton Elementary. Kahlin continued his education in the Clayton County School System State of Georgia. Adamson Middle School and Morrow High School in Rex GA. Kahlin was passionate about his grades and always remained an A&B honor student. Also well admired by his teachers as well as his peers as a standout kid, great student and aspiring college student athlete.

He was a standout shooting guard at Adamson Middle school, who helped lead his team to the 8th grade Clayton County Championship and was named to the 8th Grade CC All Star Team. Determined to be the best, Kahlin worked hard to excel in the classroom as well as the sport he loved. Kahlin was one of only two freshman selected to join the Morrow High Men’s Varsity Basketball team 2013-2014 Season. To master his craft, he also played on several well-known competitive AAU teams such as GTL, Atlanta Celtics and Douglas Brothers Elite.

Picking up the ball at age 6, basketball was a sport Kahlin loved from the beginning. He began participating in local recreation ball at Jonesboro Hoops Fitness and local Clayton County Parks & Recreation Centers.

Kahlin, affectionately called KT, was an avid lover of skating, watching movies, playing video games and seeking the latest fashions. He planned to attend Georgia Tech University to become a Sales Engineer. Kahlin was full of life and enjoyed playing basketball. He was very passionate about his education. Kahlin started his education at River’s Edge and East Clayton Elementary. Kahlin continued his education in the Clayton County School System State of Georgia. Adamson Middle School and Morrow High School in Rex GA. Kahlin was passionate about his grades and always remained an A&B honor student. Also well admired by his teachers as well as his peers as a standout kid, great student and aspiring college student athlete.

4 Comments On “About Us

  1. jaquan fulton Reply

    we love kahlin #difk

  2. Dalia Price Reply

    WE DO IT FOR KAHLINNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!! I swear i have much love for this man may he rest in peace.

  3. Jaquan Reply

    My name is Jaquan fulton. This is a wonderful foundation based off a wonderful person. I have enjoyed volunteering and helping out. Also this foundation was led by a wonderful mother .

  4. Mrs. carter Reply

    As one of Kahlin’s middle school teachers, I can attest to his upstanding character. Regardless of his surroundings, he remained respectful, true to himself, and an example of a “model student.” I lovingly called him The Pres’ because of his style, class, subtle sense of humor and intelligence. I miss him, and will always hold him in loving memory. Mrs. C

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