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About

The Kimble Foundation

The Kimble Foundation is a 501 (c) (3), non-profit organization. The Kimble Foundation supports both local and international outreach opportunities assisting children, youth, and adults living in poverty by providing social, humanitarian, and educational goods and services to those in need.

Our key initiatives in the Southern California area include improving the self-esteem and self-confidence of school-aged children and youth through character building workshops, sports sponsorships, computer and educational study-related training programs, and clothing and shoe distribution to those in need.We also focus on serving the disabled, elderly and veterans in the community through community projects, engagements and meaningful experiences.

We pride ourselves on the distribution of new and gently used clothing and shoes to school-aged children, troubled teens, displaced families, and those looking to re-enter the workplace. Donations are sorted, grouped, and distributed to those in need in Southern California and abroad. We also provide sustaining support to families and individuals in dire need of essentials such as personal hygiene items, non-perishable food items, and clothing, shoes, and items to build a shelter. During times of national disasters and crises, we pitch in to provide services and support to those who need assistance most be it food, drink, shelter, or otherwise, we seek to help those who are the most underserved in the communities we support.

When possible, we partner with local non-governmental and non-profit agencies to align required resources and channels of distribution to reach those who seek our assistance with the goal of attaining free and low-cost supplies and services where applicable.

Our international outreach includes the adoption of families and villages that have suffered from severe poverty, civil unrest, and tragedy resulting in their inability to access or procure food, clothing, and shelter on their own sufficiently enough to sustain healthy lives.

“The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world

are the ones that ultimately do.”

Can we count on you?

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