Ephesians 2:10


"Those are two radically different questions...

What can we spare?


What will it take?"

-David Platt

About Us

All the King's Children Foundation began as a call to action in The New Direction Group's Sunday morning Bible Study class. This group meets at First Baptist Church of Mount Olive, North Carolina.  Lead by Rev. H. Wayne Whiting, the group studied RADICAL by David Platt.

"Radical obedience to Christ is not easy...it is not comfort, not health, not wealth and not prosperity in this world. Radical obedience to Christ risks losing all these things. But in the end, such risk finds its reward in Christ.  And He is more than enough for us." - David Platt

We are called to serve others. Many find it difficult to know how to accomplish this. Many find it difficult to help others who won't help themselves.  However, the basic human needs of a child are undeniable. The ancient proverb, "It takes a village to raise a child" is full of truth.  Children are our future. We must see that they are cared for, provided for and given every opportunity to succeed. Clean water, food to nourish, basic health care, warm clothing, shoes for their feet... these are not luxuries. They are necessities. As a village it is our responsibility to ensure that all of God's children are provided for.   

As an educator working with school nurses and social workers, our founder saw the needs of families in our area. She witnessed how difficult it can be to meet those needs. Local schools' Family Support Team members must make phone calls, ask for donations, schedule appointments and even turn down needs when there aren't adequate resources available.

Our founder has also witnessed the care and compassion that other parents have for students that are in need. Community members want to help but often don't know how. A surprising number of citizens are unaware of the needs in their own communities.

All the King's Children Foundation was formed as a nonprofit that will partner with area churches, volunteer organization and anyone with the heart to help our children.  Their needs must be met in order for children to be successful in school, and ultimately in life.

Won't you help?

Board of Directors:

Chairman of the Board: Marcia U. Whitley, Founder - AtKC

President: Rev. H. Wayne Whiting, Leader- The New Direction Group

Vice Chairman: Robin Smith, Owner - Main Street Salon

Secretary: Kelly Sumner, Teacher, Wayne County Public Schools

Polly Allegra, 4H Afterschool Program

Kim Kornegay, Real Estate Broker - Career Properties

Debbie Ogburn, Director Fed. Programs/Title 1, Ret.

Melinda Weeks, Co-owner, Weeks & Co.

Kim Whitted, Teacher, Duplin County Public Schools

Youth Advisory Board
If you are between the ages of 12 and 18 and interested in helping AtKC serve the youth in our community, email info@allthekingschildren.org for an application.  Youth will meet once per quarter with our Board of Directors and be asked to serve during at least one fundraiser or event during their year of service.
Secret Blessing Pals

Each Secret Blessing Pal represents an actual child in our community.  Adopt a Pal and pray daily for your new friend each day.  You may send well wishes, notes of encouragement, gifts for special occasions, school supplies and other needed items as the years go by.
ADOPT TODAY!  Only $75 and you receive a handcrafted doll, made in America with organic materials, and an adoption certificate with a "new" name and actual birthdate. Your Pal will receive a Bible and Personal Care Kit.

"Prayers and love you may send. Be a blessing. Be a friend."
Tutor to the Top

AtKC is partnering with the Rones Chapel Area Community Center (RCACC) to provide individualized intensive instruction to students who are not meeting expectations for their grade level or subject matter.

If you are interested in tutoring, please contact us:


Why Tutor to the Top?

Research at local schools including teacher observation, interviews with school principals and NCDPI School Report Cards indicate that many students are in need of additional instruction.  In order to meet the rigorous demands that are being placed on students in the way of EOGs (end of grade testing), increased reading requirements, and  higher educational standards, some students require more intensive and individualized instruction.

The demands for mainstreaming students, increased class sizes and reduction of instructional assistants makes individual attention less available in traditional classrooms. To increase the availability of qualified instruction for students in academic need, after school tutoring will be made available.


Bless Your Sole
All the King's Children Foundation offers shoe vouchers to local schools so that Family Care Teams may provide children in need with school shoes.  We also have a
BYS Ambassador who is collecting and cleaning used shoes for distribution to students.
Olive Art
creativity for community

Through this program, AtKC partners with artists and craftsmen to sell donated and consigned artwork, up-cycled furniture, high quality crafts and other handmade items.  Funds will help run the Holmes House and support the foundation's mission. 
A job skills training will be implemented and clients will be able to "pay it forward" through the Olive Art program.
OLIVE ART will be Open on FIRST SATURDAYS from 10am-3pm.
Community Bus Ministry
AtKC seeks partners to help build a Bus Ministry.
Those in the area with access to necessary resources (buses, vans, drivers) that are willing to take turns transporting youth to local church activities, sporting events, educational opportunities, please contact us at 919-252-KIDS.