Dr. Godwin Ude

KAF is a registered Charity offering Capacity Building, Community Services and Social Research for the Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) Communities. KAF offers programs that support New Immigrants, the vulnerable and racialized persons.

EMPOWERING TOMORROW’S LEADERS: KINGDOM ACTS FOUNDATION’S YOUTH LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP CONCLUDES WITH A FLOURISH

The Kingdom Acts Foundation (KAF) celebrated a remarkable milestone as its Youth Leadership Workshop completed its 10-session journey. With a diverse curriculum covering Leadership Types, Habits and Opportunities, Civic Engagement, Advocacy, Public Policy, Career Choices, Scholarships, Athletics, and Multiculturalism, the workshop provided invaluable insights and skills to the youth participants. The culminating event, a live […]

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THE POWER AND REWARDS OF YOUTH-LED ADVOCACY FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EQUITY,” – KINGDOM ACTS FOUNDATION’S SESSION 4 WRAP-UP

The latest session in our Youth Leadership Workshop series, “The Power and Rewards of Youth-led Advocacy for Social Justice and Equity,” was nothing short of inspirational. With an empowering presentation by Loran Scholarship Award Winner and university student, Chidiebere Okarah, the online event captivated young attendees from across Canada, fostering a lively and insightful discussion

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BECOMING A CHAMPION – YOUTH ATHLETICISM AND LEADERSHIP! – YOUTH LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP: SESSION 3 HIGHLIGHTS

We’re thrilled to share the success of Session 3 of our Youth Leadership Workshop series, titled “BECOMING A CHAMPION – YOUTH ATHLETICISM AND LEADERSHIP!” This unique session took an exciting turn with a youth-led presentation and an engaging Q&A session featuring the remarkable Divine Aniamaka, Canadian National Triple Jump Champion and a full-scholarship student-athlete in

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Youth Leadership Workshop

KINGDOM ACTS FOUNDATION YOUTH LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP: SESSION 2 WRAP-UP

The Kingdom Acts Foundation proudly wrapped up Session 2 of our Youth Leadership Workshop series, focusing on “Personality and Leadership.” This insightful session, hosted online, saw enthusiastic participation from young leaders across Canada, gathering on Zoom to explore the dynamic intersection between individual personalities and effective leadership. 🔍 KEY HIGHLIGHTS The workshop not only provided

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KINGDOM ACTS FOUNDATION CELEBRATES BIPOC YOUTH LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY

KAF BIPOC Youth Leadership and Advocacy Workshop: Day 1 Kickoff The Kingdom Acts Foundation (KAF) proudly launched the first day of its BIPOC Youth Leadership and Advocacy Workshop, marking the beginning of an exciting journey towards empowering the next generation of leaders. The community center buzzed with the energy of dozens of BIPOC youth, all

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Black History Month

BEYOND BLACK HISTORY MONTH: IN PURSUIT OF EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION

Each February, Canada dedicates itself to commemorating Black History Month, a time to acknowledge the profound contributions, achievements, and history of Black Canadians and their communities. However, as we delve into the essence of this observance, it’s crucial to recognize that the journey toward genuine equity, diversity, and inclusion extends far beyond the confines of

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Megan Dykeman with Bruce Ralston and Leaders of Kingdom Acts Foundation

KINGDOM ACTS FOUNDATION WELCOMES BC PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND NON-PROFITS

It was with great honour and excitement that Kingdom Acts Foundation (KAF) recently hosted Megan Dykeman, MLA (Langley East) and the British Columbia Parliamentary Secretary for Community Development and Non-profits, along with Bruce Ralston, MLA (Surrey Whalley). Their working visit to our facility marks a significant step in our ongoing efforts to serve the BIPOC

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The non-profit industry is evolving through increased digitalization, embracing new technologies for fundraising and operations. There's a growing focus on social entrepreneurship and cross-sector collaborations, enhancing impact and sustainability.

THE EVOLUTION OF NOT-FOR-PROFITS SECTOR IN 2024!

The non-profit industry is evolving through increased digitalization, embracing new technologies for fundraising and operations. There’s a growing focus on social entrepreneurship and cross-sector collaborations, enhancing impact and sustainability. The non-profit industry is undergoing significant evolution. With the rise of technology and digital platforms, non-profits increasingly embrace online fundraising, social media advocacy, and virtual engagement

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EQUITY AND EQUALITY – THE BIG RACIAL DEBATE.

–Dr. Godwin Ude, MBA, Ph.D.; Executive Director, Kingdom Acts Foundation Working among immigrants across Canada allows one to experience some of the pressing socio-cultural challenges faced by these minority groups. The issue of equity is often top among the many challenges immigrants face in Canada. While some campaign for equality, many racial justice advocates demand

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NEW IMMIGRANTS’ RESETTLEMENT PROCESS IN CANADA – AN OBJECTIVE CRITIQUE FOCUSING ON MEMBERS OF THE BIPOC COMMUNITIES

Dr. Godwin Ude, MBA, PhD Executive Director, Kingdom Acts Foundation As an organization focusing on New Immigrant Settlement Program, Kingdom Acts Foundation appreciates the British Columbia resettlement processes’ efforts to make Canada a welcoming country for immigrants. However, my experience has identified several significant gaps, particularly affecting new immigrants and refugees from developing nations forming the BIPOC communities

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