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Kingdom Partners

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 nearly 2.5 million people by raising and contributing more than $11.6 million to support various projects (see 2018 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.

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Kingdom Partners Events

There are several ways you can get involved with Kingdom Partners throughout the year! Participate in one of our events below, or to find out how to become a member, contact janemchaney@worldhelp.net

Turkey Wobble

Join us for the 9th annual causelife Turkey Wobble in Huntington Beach! Visit www.hbturkeywobble.com for more information.

15th Annual Kingdom Partners Golf Tournament

Each year, Kingdom Partners hosts a golf tournament, dinner, and auction in Buena Park, California to raise funds for a specific project. We are blessed to share that our golf tournament in September raised more than $430,000 to distribute over $13 million in aid, benefiting more than 600,000 people!

Next year’s tournament will take place on Sept. 23, 2019. Be sure to check back in the summer for more details on how to register, donate, contribute auction items, or attend the dinner and auction.

Night of Freedom

Our ladies’ event, Night of Freedom, raised more than $61,000 this November to send 325 girls trapped in Thailand’s sex industry to “Freedom Parties,” where they have the opportunity to experience what it’s like to be valued and cherished, and to hear about the God who loves them. Funds from this event also went to support the incredible preventative work being done in the Bang Na slum in Bangkok.

Kingdom Partner 2018 Impact Report

International Projects

Hope of Life Medical Clinic

Kingdom Partners has always had a heart for the people of Guatemala and especially for those who have no access to health care. Over the past decade, Kingdom Partners has provided a children’s hospital, given clean-water wells to fight waterborne diseases, and rescued hundreds of children facing severe malnutrition. But the need remained for a state-of-the-art medical clinic to treat even more people. In 2016, that need was answered when — in just one day — Kingdom Partners raised the funds for this clinic at the 13th annual golf tournament.

With construction completed, the Hope of Life Medical Clinic opened its doors in 2018, providing a wide range of services from simple checkups to critical dialysis treatments. The clinic will not only treat men, women, and children from rural communities where medical care is almost nonexistent, but it will also educate them about disease prevention and overall health and hygiene.

The clinic staff expects to serve around 100,000 people annually, meaning millions of people will receive the help they need in the years to come.

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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