THE BIG PROBLEM 


As a people we have become desensitized  to the affects that CHILD ABUSE, CHILD NEGLECT, CHILD ENDANGERMENT have on the lives of our children.


There are over 120,000 children, nationwide who have been confirmed by 

Child Protective Services as VICTIMS of MALTREATMENT.


The safety and welfare of our children are at great risk. 

There are over 100,000 children living in high poverty areas.  

 

If you are a South Carolina resident,   CLICK HERE for state  specific statistics.


Growing up in a safe and supportive environment is critical for children and adolescents to thrive. Young people involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems are at greater risk of poor outcomes in adulthood.



THE SIMPLE SOLUTION


"Introduce Families and Children to God"


Christian Education is critically important for future success, family stability and sustain-able economic empowerment. With education, families have more opportunities to succeed and contribute to reducing the stressors that can lead to child abuse and neglect. *


To connect children identified as "at risk" to opportunities for a better life, child-serving  programs such as the Kingdom Kids Foundation & their partnership with Kingdom Kids Books  have implement proven interventions that focus on positive development and lifelong family.


The Kingdom Kids Foundation is committed to providing programs and services that will provide assistance to children and their families.  Through sharing the message of God's love and salvation, we know that we can get families back on track.  The Word of God is alive and active and if we plant a seed (love, hope, salvation), God will produce a bountiful harvest into the lives of all involved.


The Foundation provides parent workshops and support services in addition to Kingdom Kids Clinics and Book Tours that allow us to personally minister to and teach young children and their families how important they are to God!  We specialize in Early Childhood Development and Early Literacy which gives us a greater advantage and solidifies our ability to be impactful in the lives of those we serve.


Will you sow a seed into the lives of young children? Your donation will go a long way in helping us provide Kingdom Kids Books, Programs and Support Services to those who need it the most.   Thanking you in advance for your help.





Data Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Children’s Bureau.  

National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Child File, FFY 2000–2010. Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau. "State Single Year of Age and Sex Population Estimates: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2011," Vintage 2011.