At Kingdom Acts Foundation, our focus is on transforming communities with multi-service programs that empower people.
KAF’s capacity-building programming empowers members of the BIPOC communities to become resilient, resourceful, and competent
KAF Counselling and Crisis Centre offer various type of basic counselling and psychotherapy to the marginalized and vulnerable members of the Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities.
Early Learning Child Care
One of Kingdom Acts Foundation’s mandates is supporting and serving marginalized groups and the most vulnerable minorities in our community.
Kingdom Acts Foundation (KAF) Women Empowerment Program (WEP) focuses on raising the status of women through education, awareness, literacy, and training.
KAF has been involved in Youth Leadership and Mentoring programming working among the marginalized BIPOC Youth in British Columbia and across Canada.
KAF Food Bank pursues food equity and healthy food redistribution with no barriers to membership.
Since 2012 Kingdom Acts Foundation has assessed, collaborated, and found innovative solutions to prevent and eliminate homelessness in Canada.
KAF Social Research Institute has produced several quantitative research reports in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Canadian Heritage
New Immigrant Support
The KAF Refugee and New Immigrant Support Services beneficiaries are the thousands of marginalized minority families in British Columbia who lack the necessary support during resettlement.
Senior Support Services
Kingdom Acts Foundation offers comprehensive Senior Support Services that cover several areas of needs particularly relevant to seniors and elders in our communities.
KAF’s Skills for Success Programs provide BIPOC Canadians with everyday skills needed for work, learning and life.