We needed $180,000 for phase 1, and all of YOU went above and beyond and invested $182,505.60!!!




Land for Empowering

The Reality: Countless of undocumented people from Burma are often forced into sex and labor slavery. Poverty and instability cause abuse, which is culturally shameful and often overlooked.

The Mission: To purchase land in order to build an Emergency Placement Home that offers counseling and training to help us combat human trafficking, abuse and oppression for the displaced people on the Thai and Burma border.

Learn to do right! Seek justice, encourage the oppressed. Defend the cause of the fatherless, plead the case of the widow.
— Isaiah 1:17

SEEds Space for Creative Encounters

The Reality: Youth, some without families, roaming the streets with no where to GROW their social & creative skills. 

The Mission: To build a CREATIVE SPACE that welcomes youth, mostly Burmese, of which a high percentage [almost 70%] never see the inside of a high school.

They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were SEEds.
— Mexican Proverb

Training Center for Educating &Training

The Reality: Educated youth without career opportunities who are unable to learn new skills or make fair wages to support their families.

The Mission: To come alongside of this generation of young leaders, offering them an opportunity to learn, to build and to GROW!

Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.
— Helen Keller

Donate an acre of land, a special person's Salary, a Classroom build or even a Sewing Machine!

Land/Emergency Shelter for Abandon Children

Land [$59,000] First 2 Plots, *Funded*

Home [$32,056]

Training Center

Famous Ray's Burgers & Braverly




 If donating via check, please make payable to Kingdom Inc. a registered 501(c)3

Memo: BE THE MOVEMENT Campaign and mail to:

Kingdom Inc.

4480 S Cobb Dr

Smyrna, GA 30080


Hover over colored bars [$ Raised] to see how much WE've RAISED!

Pulling drowning people out of a river is compassion, but we have to walk upstream to solve the reasons they are falling in. That’s justice!
— David Batstone, founder of Not for Sale