ABOUT US

Benjamin Afamefuna

Kings Care Foundation was founded by Benjamin Afamefuna Atu in 2017. The foundation does not exclude anyone from benefiting from its multifarious programme. The primary aim of the foundation is to alleviate the sufferings of the poor people in our midst. Kings Care Foundation is the voice of the voiceless — the medium through which poor people can be heard. The objective of the foundation is to become a voice for the poor. It seeks to be a voice through which they can be heard and their dignity can be restored.

The foundation National headquarters is located in Saginaw Michigan; Incorporated in the state of Michigan and has tax exemption status under section 501 (c) (3). In Nigeria, the foundation has been registered as a charity organization with the Corporate Affairs Commission. The foundation has a board of trustees and management board in Nigeria that directs the foundation’s activities

Kings Care Foundation works as part of a vibrant movement to uphold human dignity and advance the cause for those whose voices have been silenced by the society.

Kings Care Foundation been able to conduct medical outreach for a number of communities in Enugu State. For example, Kings Care Foundation has provided clothing material to women in the rural communities in Atakwu Enugu state. We have also been able to help some young children to see again by paying for their eye surgery with the help of our individual sponsors. Another outreach activity has been providing wheelchairs for the handicapped because we believe physical challenges should not be a barrier to achieve dreams.

As nonprofit organization Kings Care Foundation advocates for human rights, especially for children, vulnerable women, and youth. We provide health care to children, women, and young people to reduce the impact of poverty in our local communities and provide educational opportunities to them.

Kings Care Foundation works as part of a vibrant movement to uphold human dignity and advance the cause for those whose voices have been silenced by the unjust structures of the society.