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Capacity Building

KAF Programs - Capacity Building

Capacity in BIPOC Communities Within the BIPOC communities, the need for capacity building is enormous as many community members are either unemployed or underemployed due to a lack of capacity. According to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Capacity-building is defined as developing and strengthening the skills, instincts, abilities, processes and resources that organizations […]

Counselling

KAF Programs - Counselling

GET HELP NOW Contact Us! Call 1-855-204-1978 KAF Counselling and Crisis Centre 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. Book Your Session Now A Team of Counsellors Waiting to Help You We know […]

Food Bank

KAF Food Bank

Food Rescue & Food Security KAF Food Bank serves diverse populations without any discrimination. KAF Food Bank has increased access to nutritious foods for all members of the communities the food bank serves. KAF Food Bank pursues food equity and healthy food redistribution with no barriers to membership. Participants and volunteers are trained to respect […]

Housing

KAF Programs - Housing

KAF Social / Co-Op Housing and Transition Housing Since 2012 Kingdom Acts Foundation has assessed, collaborated, and found innovative solutions to prevent and eliminate homelessness in Canada, using the Homelessness crisis in Surrey as a template. Between 2009 and 2022, Surrey’s population has grown significantly to 571,610. During these ten years, the city’s population has […]

New Immigrant Support

KAF Programs - Immigrant Support

Refugee and New Immigrant Resettlement 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. Program Areas Kingdom Acts Foundation works assiduously to mitigate and resolve new immigrant challenges such as Language Barriers Housing Unemployment Underemployment Food Insecurity […]

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