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Kings Care Foundation helps those in need.

Kings Care Foundation was established in 2017 as a non-profit Organization whose primary aim is to help rural women and children break the cycle of poverty in their communities. Incorporated in the state of Michigan with tax exemption status as a non-profit, under section 501 (c) (3), our international headquarters is located in Saginaw, Michigan.  The foundation is also registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria as a charity organization.

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Meet Our Team

Afam Atu

Founder & President

Afamefuna Atu is the founder and president of Kings Care Foundation [KCF]. 

Anokwute Genevieve

President of the Board in Nigeria

My name is Anokwute Genevieve Ngozi.  I have a Master of Science degree in Management from the University of Leicester in England.

Dr. Tochukwu Chinedu-Okoli

Director of Medical Outreach

Dr. Tochukwu Chinedu-Okoli is a medical doctor at the Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Enugu. 

Kingsley Ugo Chime

Director in Nigeria

Kingsley Ugo Chime (B.Phil., B.A) is a graduate of Philosophy from Pontifical Urban University, Rome and University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Roger Pasionek

Foundation Secretary

Born and raised in St. Charles, where he graduated from St Charles High School, Deacon attended the University of Michigan and received his Bachelor’s degree in Classical Studies and English Language & Literature.

Ikeh Ernest Arinze

Chief Media Officer

My name is Ikeh Ernest Arinze. I am from Enugu state, Nigeria. I studied computer science in Enugu State of science and technology. 

With the understanding that the United States prides itself as a nation of immigrants and that the timely and successful settling in and integration of immigrants in the country not only improve their lives but also contribute to the economic vibrancy and upliftment of the country, our mission is to help black immigrants rapidly achieve stable, self-sufficient lives for themselves and their families.


In the United States, we provide a variety of supportive services for black immigrants that include:
• Job training and employment assistance
• Interpretation and translation services
• Tuition-free GED test prep and English language classes for adults
• Computer literacy and financial literacy programs
• Counseling and mentoring
• Community support and youth programming such as after school homework help.

"We are a non-profit organization that supports good causes to help the people of Nigeria."

As a non-profit organization, we work in partnership with communities, local government officials, donors and volunteers to develop comprehensive programs for women and children. Our programs aim to increase the quality of life for women and children in Nigeria through education and economic empowerment. Giving the tools and training for families and women to start their own small business, we tackle poverty among the most vulnerable in a sustainable way. Through this model, we begin to slowly lift the heavy burden of economic disadvantage from the shoulders of women and children.

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