Kingdom Acts Foundation has many years of combined experience in executing Youth-oriented projects.
KAF has been involved in Youth Leadership and Mentoring programming working among the marginalized BIPOC Youth in British Columbia and across Canada.
The racialized minorities, especially immigrant youths from Asia and Africa, are negatively affected by racism and other forms of discrimination. Unfortunately, most of these Youth do not have enough support systems within their cultural context to help them navigate integration and inclusion challenges.
Kingdom Acts Foundation provides comprehensive support to new immigrants and thousands of youths and their families in British Columbia, including mentoring, food security, career counselling, academic support, homework support, family therapy, psychotherapy, guidance and counselling, job search, and resume preparation and many others.
Kingdom Acts Foundation has been commended by the Member of Parliament (MP Surrey Central) and City of Surrey Councillors.