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In Memory of our Co-Founder, the Honorable Kenneth Campfield

 

 

 

 

 

The Kenneth Campfield Outreach Foundation, Inc. was founded June 6 , 2007

by the late Honorable Kenneth Campfield and Mr. R. Akil  Williams.

The Honorable Kenneth Campfield served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer until his passing in

March of 2023.

 

The Kenneth Campfield Outreach Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit foundation incorporated in the state of Georgia.  KCCOF an active Federal Tax Identification number and 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status which is on file with the Internal Revenue Service. We are a proud registered member of Dun & Bradstreet

with an active D-U-N-S Number on file and a member of the Georgia Center

for Nonprofits (GCN).

 

Mr. Campfield was an outstanding husband to Mrs. Charlotte B Campfield, a faithful servant to his church, Macedonia CME church and stupendous Grand Master of Masons for the state of Georgia.

 

Mr. Campfield dedicated his life to helping everyone and his commitment to serving the community is known worldwide. His dedication helped bridge the gap between the many organizations and the people who need them. His mission was to provide information to organizations and to build a network between

them and the many community groups. With his leadership, The Kenneth Campfield Outreach Foundation, Inc. carried out this mission to fidelity.

 

Mr. Campfield vision helped foster programs that enhanced the lives of so many people in our communities and assured the people of all communities that help is available . He developed relationships with  many community based organizations, community action groups, faith based ministries, foundations and corporate enterprises to enhance community teamwork, partnerships, and collaboration.

 

Mr. Campfield was a true humanitarian whose life is a testament to his compassion and benevolence to this world. He will be missed but his work will go on.

 

In the words of our late Co-founder and Chairman,

“Be blessed and be a blessing to others.”

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