Supporting God's Work in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya
Our Purpose and Mission -
Kenya Mercy Ministries, Inc. (KMM) exists to financially support the Mamlaka Foundation whose mission is to serve the urban poor in Kenya. This mission is accomplished through a Christian witness of word and deed by meeting the spiritual, social, physical, and mental needs of the people it serves in a manner that brings glory to Jesus Christ.
KMM receives funds from individuals, organizations, and churches in the United States, and makes grants to the Mamlaka Foundation for support of its ministries in Kenya. All grants are considered based on proposals from the Mamlaka Foundation and are approved by the KMM Board of Directors, which is composed of individuals that have a desire to support the work of the Mamlaka Foundation. The Mamlaka Foundation, under the direction of Imbumi and Martha Makuku, uses these funds to support the ministries of the Kibera Reformed Presbyterian Church and school in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya and the Shunem Home in Kesnia, Kenya.
KMM receives, records, and acknowledges all funds donated for the Mamlaka Foundation with transparency, fiscal responsibility, and accountability to donors, recipients of the funds, and regulatory agencies. The KMM Board of Directors carefully and prayerfully considers all grant proposals to ensure that they are consistent with the purposes of the Mamlaka Foundation and that all funds are used for the purpose for which they are intended.
KMM is classified as a section 501(c)(3) public charity by the Internal Revenue Service. The Mamlaka Foundation is registered with the Kenyan government as a non-profit charity ministry.
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