Kingdom Causes Bellflower

Bellflower, CA

Founded: 2001

Tel: (562) 804-2189


Top LeaderMs. Christina Padilla Birkey

Donor Contact: Dr. Todd Pheifer

Member Since: December 31, 2019

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $244,333
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $1,546,786
   Total Revenue $1,791,119
   Total Expenses $1,481,114
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $1,778,270
Total Liabilities $978,114
Net Assets $800,156
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Our VISION is to see thriving communities transformed by the love and mercy of Christ. Our MISSION is to mobilize the community and provide transformative services so that all neighbors have a place to live, work, and belong. Kingdom Causes Bellflower (KCB) was founded in 2001 by Bellflower residents who wanted to pursue collaborative solutions to the tangible challenges facing low-income families. Today, KCB has evolved into an experienced community development and homeless services provider but is also intentional about utilizing existing neighborhood resources, facilitating strategic conversations, and seeking solutions that involve a cross-section of community investment. Ongoing key issues of concern include access to affordable housing, job creation, supportive community relationships, mental health, and neighborhood identity. KCB helps people get off the street, provides support services to those at risk of homelessness, creates pathways to sustainable work through social enterprise, and offers ongoing training and education to the community. KCB succeeds by inspiring, training, and mobilizing staff and hundreds of volunteers each year from churches, businesses, city leadership, service clubs, and other non-profit organizations. By balancing direct services and networked conversations, KCB maintains a lived philosophy that all of us are better than any of us. The mission of KCB is to mobilize the community and provide transformative services so that neighbors have a place to live, work, and belong. Key 2021 program outputs include: 26: Neighbors experiencing homelessness were able to move off the streets into their own homes 200: Neighbors at risk of losing housing were able to pay past due rent and avoid becoming homeless 24: Neighbors who needed a second chance at work were hired and trained at Good Soil Industries 622: Homeless neighbors received supportive services (Outreach, showers, food, hygiene kits, mail services, case management) 872: Total served In addition, 272 volunteers donated 3,498 hours with KCB at Margaret’s House, Saturday Morning Breakfast & Showers, or one of our 15 community events. KCB has established a strong presence in the greater Bellflower area, including a community-established center in the heart of downtown where residents have an opportunity to gather, access services, and build sustainable relationships. KCB is confident that a combination of professional experience and existing relationships with community resources makes the organization uniquely qualified to address ongoing neighborhood needs.

KCB has developed partnerships with individual donors and volunteers, churches, non-profit organizations, and government officials in order to create long-term solutions for community development, including housing, job creation, and neighborhood development. While programs and services have evolved over the years, KCB has maintained a focus on being a catalyst for change within the community by building coalitions that are focused on the personal and economic development of area residents.
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