United Missions Hope for All (also known as Love of God’s Kingdom Outreach Ministries Inc. - LOGKOM) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit U.S. charity organization and a non-denominational Christian ministry established in 2008 by Pastor Felix Taha and Apostle Dr. Aminata Coulibaly Taha, both missionaries.
Since our inception, the heart of United Missions Hope For All (UMHFA) has been to meet the immediate needs of the individuals, families, and communities we serve through our social programs and missions projects. Up until 2013, our main branch was based in the state of Maryland and the scope of our work was heavily focused on charity-based projects in developing countries. However, in 2013, the organization's board of directors made the decision to move the main branch into the state of Maine to support the influx of refugee and immigrant families during their readjustment process in the U.S by providing culturally appropriate services.
As social service providers, our Community Resource Centers, which is volunteer driven, serves in the states of Maine and Connecticut. The Center provides family support services and community outreach. The purpose of our Community Resource Centers , which provides free care services for uninsured and under-insured persons are deeply rooted in building social equity, empowerment and engaging communities through effective collaborations in an effort to assist vulnerable individuals and low-income families meet their immediate needs while empowering them toward self-sufficiency.
Since 2013, we have served an estimate of over 30,000 individuals and families in the US and overseas through our collaborations with other organizations and the faithful commitment of our small team. We are incredibly passionate about the families we serve and in spite of funding challenges we continue to do our best to meet the basic needs of the communities we serve.
Our strategic plan for the upcoming years is to continue to focus on expanding services and programs offered at our Community Resource Centers in an effort to bridge gaps in services. As funds become available, our hope is to commit to expanding our programs to serve the pressing developmental needs of at-risk youth populations in the areas of violence/bullying prevention, mediation, promotion of self-esteem, health promotion, life skills/leadership development, job readiness, academic and community engagement, while also fostering family stability and integration.