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THANK YOU FOR VISITING KKOM!

WHO WE ARE

Our Roots

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Since its inception in 2017, Kingdom Keepers Outreach Ministries has been a community-based organization that has strived and succeeded in serving the citizens of Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Founded by Michael Cunningham and standing on our mission statement, we have been able to join people of diverse backgrounds and will continue to do so. Our organization takes pleasure in serving meals, providing clothing and footwear, education, and other services while maintaining a sense of dignity to all those we are fortunate enough to serve. We take to heart and delight in creating an atmosphere where everyone is royalty.

Upcoming Efforts  

Our Initiatives

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BI-WEEKLY MINISTRY OUTINGS
 

At the start of 2021, we launched our biweekly mobile care program. On those days throughout the year,  we travel by foot to accommodate those transitioning into the Center City area with food and hygiene products. We serve approximately 80 during these outings.

 

Do you have some free time that you like to give back to serving the community?

 

Please visit our Volunteer Registration page to sign up to volunteer with KKOM.

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ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DAY CELEBRATION

Every year on Christmas Day, Kingdom Keepers Outreach Ministries anticipates throwing their annual Christmas Day Celebration on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. This year, with the help of our partners and sponsors, we just hosted our 7th Annual Christmas Day Celebration. This is the day we, as a community of family and friends, come together to provide hot meals, warm and cold beverages, and winter care packages that consist of new sneakers, socks, hats, thermal shirts, and gloves. With each passing year, the need grows, and the mission expands to serve the our neighbors.

"You are Royalty, our life circumstances cannot change what God has written in his Word about us and our passion is to treat people like the Kings and Queens that they are"

Michael Cunningham Jr,

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