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Our Team

Our Team

Kingdom Acts Foundation (KAF) … Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion! – Bringing the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of colour) Communities Closer to Mainstream Social Services Delivery and Programming!

Dr. Godwin Ude

Dr. Godwin Ude
B.Pharm, MBA, DPhil, DPTh, PhD

Executive Director

Tokumbo Fatimehin, MBA


Dr. Blessing Ude
B.Sc., M.Litt, MRS, DBS

Director/OPerations, CEO: Empowered Women Network

Dr. Eric Kazenga

Director, Business Support Analyst.

Key Values


Becoming the hub of multiculturalism and culturally appropriate and contextualized social services programming


Ensuring that all programming is conducted for and by those with lived experiences within the marginalized BIPOC


Administering social services to the marginalized BIPOC Communities

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about the specifics of the services, donations, or volunteering

KAF receives funding from the local, provincial and federal governement, government agencies, businesses, other charities/organisations and individuals who believe in KAF’s mission statements and objectives. 

KAF serves everyone regardless of race gender, political or sexual orientations, new immigrants, youths, children, seniors, veterans, students, the homeless, families and anyone in need of our services. 

KAF’s vision is to become a beacon of light and hope to the nations. We will continue to expand our services and operations to serve more people in more ways. We support the needy, serve the community, feed the hungry and offer hope to the hopeless.

Our Partners

We partner with government and many social agencies

Africa Centre
Canadian Women's Foundation
Black Business Initiative
Surrey Cares
British Columbia
Government of Canada
Food Mesh
Second Harvest
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