Who We Are

Delano King Foundation is a non-profit organization that serves humanity by meeting their physical and spiritual needs, restoring hope and winning souls for Jesus Christ. We bring life-changing care to orphaned and vulnerable children and families around the world.

Since our founding in 2016, Delano King Foundation has taken a stand for orphaned children. There are approximately 8 million children living in orphanages around the world. That is unacceptable! The biggest dream of any child is to be part of a loving family— it’s where they thrive.

When violence occurs, we respond by ensuring children and families receive the physical and spiritual support they need to recover. We do this by:

  • Strengthening families, children, and caregivers with God’s love;
  • Providing nutritional meal, health care, educational support, and psychosocial support to children and families.
  • Working with communities and families to help keep children in family-based care to reduce separation
  • Providing spiritual, physical, and psychosocial support services to children and families who have experienced various forms of violence or exploitation.

Even in the darkest times, a brighter future is in the hands of those
who give help and hope.

“If you pour yourself out for the hungry and satisfy the desire of the afflicted, then shall your light rise in the darkness and your gloom be as the noonday. “ – Isaiah 58:10

Give the gift of hope. You can help preserve a child’s eye.

The gift of eyesight is precious beyond value. Many of us take it for granted every day, but how many millions of dollars would we turn down in exchange for our eyes? This truth is one that 18-year-old Marthalyn knows all too well. 15 years ago, Marthalyn unknowingly ingested Sodium Hydroxide, a dangerous chemical compound that is often used to make local washing soap in Liberia. Immediately, Marthalyn began to experience painful chemical burns inside her body and in an effort to wipe away tears, she inadvertently got some of the Hydroxide into her eyes and lost consciousness.

Today, Marthalyn is diagnosed with Multiple Corneal Dystrophies and she will need Corneal Transplants. If this procedure isn’t done soon, Marthalyn could lose her eyesight completely. To make matters more complicated, this procedure cannot be done in her native nation of Liberia.

You can help preserve Marthalyn’s eyes through the power of your financial support – transforming her life and the future we all share.

‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

Making Headlines

We give orphaned, vulnerable children, and families a voice. 

The life changing work of the Delano King Foundation is best seen in our stories of aid to the children, men, and women of Liberia.

  • On Christmas Day of 2018, DKF volunteers served dinner to over 1,000 orphans, people with disabilities, and families living in poverty in the area of Logan Town, Liberia.
  • The first DKF Africa Orphans Initiative Scholarship recipient is Tetee Williams, who received a scholarship to a private Christian School in 72nd Liberia in the 2018-2019 school year. Tetee’s scholarship covered tuition, uniform, fees, supplies, and a stipend to help with food and transportation.  Our partners in Liberia are interviewing the next scholarship recipient for 2019-2020.
  • In November 2017, DKF shipped boxes of food, clothing, footwear, bibles, school stationary supplies, and toiletries to over 300 orphans and poor children in the 72nd Paynesville District of Liberia.
  • Baby Francis Williams, who was born on November 12, 2018 in Gbarnga, Liberia, was abandoned by his parents due to birth defects. Missing his left arm and having only two fingers on his right hand, he was considered a burden since he would not be able to help farm. Korlue Mulbah, Program Director of Bong County and a Registered Nurse, met Francis Williams at the hospital and decided to intervene through the help of DKF. She located a caregiver to help care for baby Francis William and that the Delano King Foundation is committed to helping with his care. Baby Francis William is thriving with his new family.

Be a hero to a child in need

Baby Francis Williams, who was born on November 12, 2018 in Gbarnga County, Liberia, was abandoned by his parents due to birth defects. Missing his left arm and having only two fingers on his right hand, he was considered a burden since he would not be able to help farm. Korlue Mulbah, Program Director of Bong County and a Registered Nurse, met Francis Williams at the hospital and decided to intervene through the help of Delano King Foundation. She located a caregiver to help care for baby Francis William and that the Delano King Foundation is committed to help with his care. Baby Francis William is thriving with his new family.

 

If you really look, you can see the future in this baby.

Through the power of your financial support, you can help a child in need to realize his dreams — transforming his life and the future we all share.

Support a child today!

give the gift of hope. you can help restore hope to the hopeless. 

Through the power of your support, you can help a child in need realize his dreams — transforming his life and the future we all share.

You can give by check
The Delano King Foundation
PO Box 7041
Newark, DE 19714

 

The Delano King Foundation (DKF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For income tax reporting purposes, donors will receive a receipt for their gift.

Will You Create A Miracle?

Empower orphans and abandoned children reach their full potential through family-based care and loving communities. Our donors from around the globe are making miracles for children. Join us.

WE ENSURE MORE POOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

SURVIVE AND THRIVE

We provide support for the less fortunate children in form of tuition fees, uniforms, books, and other operational cost. We do not stop there, we also offer empowerment programs for youth. Youth has quite challenging life phase, thus Delano King Foundation has arranged a list of workshops to equip them to become better and helpful for their surroundings. We hope you can be part of this movement.

Scholarship

Overcome Poverty

Food & Fund Drives

We offer scholarships to orphans and less fortunate children. Currently, we are supporting orphans in Liberia.

We ensure more less fortunate children and families survive and thrive by providing them access to quality healthcare, nutritional meal, and great education.

Hosting a food or fund drive in your community, church, and place of work is an enriching way to give back to poor children and families in Liberia and alleviate hunger across the globe.

God Cares

School Supplies

Youth Empowerment

We go after everybody the world has ignored and we bring the good out of them through the blood of Jesus Christ, and we help them understand their God-given potential.

Over five hundred struggling students benefit from our free educational supplies. Scissors, paper, pencils, and glue sticks seem like a modest expense. But for children whose parents might barely afford food, new school supplies are a luxury.

Our Youth Empowerment program is designed to encourage and empower youth on different themes that will expose them to understanding their potentials and encourage them to pursue their goals and dreams.

WE ENSURE MORE POOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES HAVE ACCESS TO

CLEAN DRINKING WATER

About 800 children die yearly from the outbreaks of water-borne diseases like cholera caused by unsafe water and sanitation. We believe that one of the greatest differences we can make in Liberia is in providing sustainable access to clean water to rural communities in need. As you read the real-life stories of how children and women struggled in getting water, you will understand why we are motivated in undertaking our Water Projects, and you will also discover how you can help to save and improve lives through the gift of clean water.

Honor someone special

Donate to a campaign

Give by check or stock

Honor or remember someone special by making a gift in their name.

Support one of our many fundraisers raising money for clean water.

We also accept donations by check, stock, money order, and wire transfer.

You can give by check
The Delano King Foundation
PO Box 7041
Newark, DE 19714

 

The Delano King Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All Donations, contributions, and gifts are tax deductible under IRS code 170.

Transforming Lives and Winning Souls For Jesus Christ

All across the globe, children are dying from preventable causes, missing out on education due to poverty or gender, suffering from violence, exploitation, neglect, and are vulnerable in times of crisis. In every corner of the world, children and families need Physical and Spiritual help, a strong team to intercede for them, and help them understand their God-given potentials.

Delano King Foundation is the voice for vulnerable children and families. We’re serving humanity in Liberia, working to reach every child and families through international programs that focus on orphans, agriculture, community, hunger, youth empowerment, vocational training, water, health, education, and disaster relief. Together, we’re serving humanity by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of the most vulnerable children and families in Liberia and across the globe.

Give The Gift Of Hope. You Can Help Restore Hope To The Hopeless.

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