Feeding, Discipling, and Educating Children in the Central Philippines

$0.50 can provide a meal, a meal that transforms lives.

$0.50 can provide a meal, a meal that transforms lives.

Empowering Lives and Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Equipping Youth to Become Strong Leaders

Feeding Program

At Kingdom Legacy Ministries, we are dedicated to making a profound impact on the lives of impoverished children in the Philippines who face unimaginable challenges in their daily struggle for survival.

In a country where the average adult earns a meager $3 USD a week or less, families are forced to endure extreme hardships, especially when it comes to providing nourishment for their loved ones. For these children, the quest for food often leads them to the dumps, where they scour through garbage, hoping to find something to eat or materials they can sell for food.

Upcoming Projects

Building Fund
Dennis & Emily Alejo

Update

As of last week, we were forced to think a little more creatively as the government finally said what we were afraid of, that they

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Christmas Project
Dennis & Emily Alejo

Feeding Update (covid-19)

Feeding update (covid-19) As of last week, we were forced to think a little more creatively as the government finally said what we were afraid

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Christmas Project
Dennis & Emily Alejo

Giving Tuesday

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been back for over a week already. Our trip was one that we will not easily forget and is

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Mission Trip

Hello From The Philippines! We know most of you are probably suffering from a cooler climate, so we send you some hot weather and our

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Mission Trip 2019

Kingdom Legacy Ministries just celebrated its 2 year anniversary in April and it’s been such a fun adventure learning God’s path for us as a

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Education Program

In the pursuit of breaking the cycle of poverty, education stands as a vital link. It echoes the age-old proverb, “If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, but if you teach him how to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.” Though attributed to Chinese tradition, we witness its essence throughout the Bible, as Jesus disciples his followers. In Matthew 4:19, Jesus encounters two brothers, Simon and Andrew, casting their fishing nets, and invites them, saying, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.”

About Us

Imagine having 9 kids currently and one on the way. You are making only $3.00/day through sorting trash that is dumped at the dumpsite. When you must choose between feeding your kids or sending them to school, you scrape together your coins to make sure they at least have some rice in their stomachs a few times a week.
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Discipleship Programs
In 8 Feeding Locations

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