ABOUT US

OUR APPROACH

REVITALIZING

The residential sector by:

1) Helping low income and credit challenged individuals and families to purchase their own homes, and

2) Purchasing homes for low-income families to rent (upcoming)

RESTORING

The economy by:

1) Creating jobs and filling them with San Bernardino residents, and

2) Providing community investment activities which assists citizens to develop and open businesses to resuscitate the economy and draws visitors to a thriving San Bernardino

RENEWING

The hope and ability of citizens to live independent and positive producing lives by providing them with learning and development opportunities, resources and wrap around services.

OUR APPROACH

REVITALIZING

The residential sector by:

1) Helping low income and credit challenged individuals and families to purchase their own homes, and

2) Purchasing homes for low-income families to rent (upcoming)

RESTORING

The economy by:

1) Creating jobs and filling them with San Bernardino residents, and

2) Providing community investment activities which assists citizens to develop and open businesses to resuscitate the economy and draws visitors to a thriving San Bernardino

RENEWING

The hope and ability of citizens to live independent and positive producing lives by providing them with learning and development opportunities, resources and wrap around services.

OUR SERVICES

1. FOOD N LOVE

When: Every Friday from 8:30am-12pm

Where: All Nations Worship Assembly

What: Our Kingdom Culture CDC volunteers gather to prepare bags of groceries for needy families, seniors, and the homeless population within the city of San Bernardino. A true labor of love, we feed more than 200 families each month while talking and intentionally connect with those we serve as a way to build rapport with community members.

2. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

We provide the following trainings that build people and their ability to have positive producing successful lives:

1) Personal Enrichment Program (PEP) Modules,

2) Personal & Business Financial Literacy

3) Entrepreneur Training & Support, and

4) The E.Q. Program – a Credit Repair & Homebuyers Service.

3. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The neighbors in our own backyard have amazing ideas and skills that we believe are just waiting to be tapped into. We’re passionate about investing in these local individuals and businesses to enhance the strengths and assets of our community, for the goal of growing into our fullest potential.

OUR SERVICES

FOOD AND LOVE

When: Every Friday from 8:30am-12pm

Where: All Nations Worship Assembly

What: Our Kingdom Culture CDC volunteers gather to prepare bags of groceries for needy families, seniors, and the homeless population within the city of San Bernardino. A true labor of love, we feed more than 200 families each month while talking and intentionally connect with those we serve as a way to build rapport with community members.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

We provide the following trainings that build people and their ability to have positive producing successful lives:

1) Personal Enrichment Program (PEP) Modules,

2) Personal & Business Financial Literacy

3) Entrepreneur Training & Support, and

4) The E.Q. Program – a Credit Repair & Homebuyers Service.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The neighbors in our own backyard have amazing ideas and skills that we believe are just waiting to be tapped into. We’re passionate about investing in these local individuals and businesses to enhance the strengths and assets of our community, for the goal of growing into our fullest potential.

OUR STORY

The City

When you think of San Bernardino, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Bankrupcy, Poverty, the Orange Show, or San Manuel Casino?

Many may be surprised to learn that as recent as the 1970’s, San Bernardino was thought of as the “All American City,” with a thriving middle class culture built on a multitude of railroad, civilian, and military jobs.

Over the next several decades, our city experienced an economic decline due to the development of freeways which split up a thriving downtown, the closing of Norton Air Force Base, a series of devastating natural disasters, recession, and the relocation of gangs from Los Angeles to San Bernardino.

Although the news has now pegged her as a “troubled and depressed city,” WE SEE SAN BERNARDINO as a sleeping giant, ready to arise and remake a name for herself.

The Church

The KC Community Development Corp (KC-CDC) began as the outflow of Sherman Dumas’s first church in San Bernardino called Kingdom Culture Worship Center. As we considered our core values of “OUTREACH” and Bringing the Love of Jesus to the culture around us, we recognized that it was a necessity to make change by connecting with the people we serve on one of the most prevalent issues in our community: socioeconomic conditions.

We hope to eradicate poverty by teaching financial literacy, creating jobs, providing Affordable Housing, and overcoming the feeling of Hopelessness by spreading joy through partnerships that work and through compassionate service.

We love San Bernardino and our vision for her is to Rebuild and Revitalize her residents by providing them with the tools they need to live self-sustained, healthy and secure lives. Our approach to community development is not to focus on San Bernardino’s challenges but to pool together the talents, abilities and strengths of the citizens to create solutions from within instead of looking for outside help to come to the rescue. Together we can form a momentum that Revives the heart of the city to grow healthy families, new businesses and thriving neighborhoods, grounded and safe communities that makes San Bernardino a place for others to visit and enjoy.