Since 2004, Kingdom Foundations has worked with women, helping them discover their purpose and passion, releasing them with confidence in their God-given identity so that their gifts and talents can enable their families and communities to flourish.

Why Business? Jesus was very practical. His Kingdom Empowered and Delivered.

Because the root causes of poverty are often spiritual but also physical, human and organizational, we value the role of business and entrepreneurship.

Humanity was created in the image of God, filled with his breath, and commissioned to be fruitful– co-laboring, co-creating, in flourishing relationship with their God, with each other, and in their natural and social communities.

The promise of salvation is that individuals can be restored back to their identity, purpose, back in relationship with their God, with each other, in partnership again restoring and enabling their natural and social communities to flourish.

One of the greatest inhibitors of human flourishing and hope is poverty, which was even called a “curse”, (Deuteronomy 28:15-68). In this, entrepreneurs and business women are some of the most equipped to minister hope and reconciliation. They are able to co-create value where it did not exist. They’re able to provide opportunities for others to express creativity and talent, to establish meaningful relationships, and to have the “power to get wealth” for their own generation, legacy, and to reinvest capital back into the community.

This Cow Project Is Changing Women’s Lives​


Often with no place to go, these women are most vulnerable to prostitution, slave labor, or poor jobs with low wages.

But by partnering with widows in business, we are inviting them to dream and co-create, to see purpose in raw materials, in the people around them, and the communities they are part of, and contribute their love and creativity. This enables them to experience a sense of purpose and value, but also increase financially, which benefits their families, and reduces poverty in their communities.

How It Works

For $2250, we are able to provide a woman with the necessary capital to start a milk business—a cow, building and equipment.

Daily milk supply provides a livable wage, and enough to also repay the loan within 3 years, back into the fund for other women entrepreneurs.

Initially, each woman will be employed to care for the cows and milk them, providing them with the necessary income to care for their family and send their children to school. She will also work with local counselors to restore her dignity and develop new vocational and life skills.

This trial period lasts 6 months- 1 year.

After she has completed Stage 1, she will be given an opportunity for a 3-year, no-interest lease purchase to start her own milking business. She will continue earning the same wage as before, receive additional business training, and become sole owner of her milk business after 3 years.

Your donations can go along way change a life! 

You can help a families live to be changed forever. A widow’s employment provides for her, her children, and their education.

Measuring Impact Through:

Create jobs
Employee assistance

Indication of progress:

  • Increased % of women employed
  • Increased % of women aware of social programs

Indicators of Change & Longer-Term Impact

  • Improved community health
  • Decreased poverty rates

Train churches in trauma response and widow-care

Indication of progress:

  • Increased self-esteem
  • Increased engagement in volunteer/leadership roles, social groups and events

Indicators of Change & Longer-Term Impact

  • Increased feelings of adequacy and self worth
  • Improved attitudes from family and community

Partner to train and educate widows

Indication of progress:

  • Increased # of women in training or education programs

Indicators of Change & Longer-Term Impact

  • Increased # of girls educated/community literacy rates
  • Decreased # of child brides
  • Improved labor pool

Partner to provide business training and capital to women starting new businesses

Indication of progress:

  • Increased # of women starting businesses

Indicators of Change & Longer-Term Impact

  • Increased % of women employed
  • Increasing number of women in community leadership roles – affect policy, law enforcement, definitions of power

Our Gift to You

In thanks to any donation of $500 or more you will be receiving a free enrollment course.

Thanks in advance for your contribution!