How We Do Good In the Community

Giving to local non-profits is a significant piece of why we do what we do.

We desire to make a significant impact in our neighborhoods.

Studying from those who have only chased financial success, oftentimes, the recurring theme that surfaces after they have reflected back on their lifetime of success, is that they wish they had contributed more toward their community and families. This is why we wish to make our pursuit of bettering our community early and often.

We have enjoyed our journey and would like to invite you to do the same. Below is a non-profit that we’ve participated in frequently and it’s a great place for  YOU to also get plugged in.

Kingdom Ministry Funding

Founded in 2014, this non-profit seeks to generate funds for specific projects that local non-profits are spearheading. These projects have centered around various causes such as bringing together broken families through counseling, equipping hte poor with greater job skills, and even sharing Christ with folks needing hope.

Number of Non-Profits

Dollars Raised

2018

2018

In Progress

Three local non-profits have been selected for this year’s activities and are in full swing organizing and hosting events.

2017

2017

$48,000 Raised

Two local non-profits benefited from a record year in fundraising through local sponsorships and a handful of fund raising events.

2016

2016

$44,000 Raised

Three local non-profits were immensely blessed to receive enormous donations from supporters through three separate events, including a sporting clay tournament.

2015

2015

$31,000 Raised

Two non-profit organizations participated in fundraising events which ranged from a dinner gala, online auction, and sporting clay tournament. Featured above are several shooters from the tournament.

2014

2014

$17,000 Raised

KMF was founded in 2014 after Tim Philpot had a couple approach him, desiring to start a non-profit requested seed money. KMF was founded on the principle of “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man a fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”

“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.”

–Albert Einstein
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