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 communities in British Columbia.
During the visit, we engaged in insightful discussions about the latest developments within the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Alleviation. It was encouraging to learn about the new initiatives and the continued commitment to supporting food security organizations. Kingdom Acts Foundation, with our mission rooted in fostering community well-being and supporting BIPOC communities, aligns closely with these initiatives.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Vancouver Foundation for their unwavering support through various investments aimed at bolstering the non-profit sector in the province. This backing has been instrumental in allowing us to expand our services and reach more individuals in need.
Our collaboration with multiple levels of government underscores our dedication to inclusivity and community support. It is through these partnerships that we are able to make a substantial impact in areas such as food security, immigrant support, and overall community development.
KAF also wishes to acknowledge the generosity of our other supporters, including FoodMesh, the University of British Columbia, DIVERSEcity, AMSSA BC, Richmond Food Bank Society, Employment and Social Development Canada, Foundation for Black Communities, United Way BC – Lower Mainland Region, City of Surrey, Surrey Now-Leader Newspaper, and the African Canadian Business Chamber. Your contributions play a crucial role in our journey towards creating a more inclusive and supportive community.
As we look forward to future collaborations and continued support, Kingdom Acts Foundation remains committed to its mission of serving and uplifting the BIPOC communities in British Columbia. Together, we are making strides towards a more equitable and supportive society for all.
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