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Kingdom Partners

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Kingdom Partners is a group of Christian men and women of all ages from southern California who are passionate about helping those in need, especially children. Through their partnership with World Help, they are touching the lives of people all around the world.

Since their inception in 1999, Kingdom Partners has impacted more than 1.8 million people by raising and contributing in excess of $10.2 million to support various projects (see 2017 Impact Report below). These projects include clean-water initiatives, medical centers, children’s homes and schools, feeding centers, humanitarian aid, Bible distribution, church planting, and so much more.

Kingdom Partners Events

15th Annual Kingdom Partners Golf Tournament

Many projects have been accomplished through Kingdom Partners’ annual golf tournaments. Last year’s 14th Annual Kingdom Partners Golf Tournament, Dinner, and Auction raised enough funds to provide much-needed repairs and upgrades to the campus of Gilgal Children’s Home in Manipur, India, where over 250 children live and are cared for, and more than 600 children are able to attend school. 

This year, we have the unique opportunity to help get $7 million worth of live-saving supplies to those who desperately need them. Our goal is to raise $250,000 to allow World Help to procure, ship and distribute this aid to people in countries like Syria, Jordan, Rwanda, Uganda, Guatemala and Haiti.

Join us for this year’s tournament Sept. 24 and be a part of delivering this critical aid to over 350,000 people! Be sure to check back for more information on other upcoming events for 2018 and how you can get involved. We invite you to join Kingdom Partners and make an eternal difference worldwide.

For more information on Kingdom Partners, contact janemchaney@worldhelp.net.

Kingdom Partner 2017 Impact Report

International Projects

St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital

For the past nine years, Kingdom Partners has hosted an annual golf tournament to raise funds for World Help projects. From 2009-2012, the goal of the annual tournaments has been to provide long-term health solutions for the children of rural northeastern Guatemala, 80 percent of whom suffer from chronic malnutrition, primarily caused by waterborne diseases. Kingdom Partners’ dream was to build a facility where desperately sick children and individuals would have affordable healthcare. And today, that dream is a reality. The newly completed St. Luke’s Hospital will soon open its doors to thousands in need.

In 2011, Kingdom Partners’ tournament provided funds to drill clean-water wells in Guatemala, as well as to install a water-delivery system that now services St. Luke’s Hospital and the surrounding areas. In 2012, their tournament raised over $200,000 to fund the drilling of additional wells, as well as provide restored health for 100 desperately ill children through our Operation Baby Rescue campaign. Many of these children will be treated at St. Luke’s Hospital. These projects are providing medical care for those in extreme need and attacking the root cause of malnutrition and other childhood diseases—contaminated drinking water.

Medical Clinic Update – Gilgal Children’s Home

The children at Gilgal Children’s Home continue to develop physically, academically, and spiritually thanks to the dedication of our national partners, as well as the direct support you have provided.

And now, this loving atmosphere will only be strengthened by the recent addition of the medical clinic at Gilgal. This state-of-the-art facility will make a life-changing difference for the children there. The construction has been completed and soon the clinic will be fully functional. Both the staff and the children are excited for the impact it will make in their lives.

It is because of the generosity of our supports, like Kingdom Partners, that James’ dream of having a life-saving medical clinic on the campus is finally becoming a reality! “We will now have a special place to care for our sick ones in our own campus without having the need to take them to the hospital,” James said.

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