Grant Writing, Board Development, Non-Profit Services
Did you know that millions of dollars are returned to grantors annually untapped? Did you know over $900 billion annually is given in funding by billionaires? Kreative Images Foundation has successfully written grants for churches, film directors, construction organizations and more.
Depending on what you desire, K.I's skilled writers can either write for you (they have secured more than $30 million) or you can participate in one of their comprehensive workshops or webinars. Find out more at
Health & Wellness
The Health and Wellness program is designed to promote and implement intervention initiatives which result in health-positive behaviors. By offering health education, the RCLG Family Foundation seeks to directly involve individuals in their own health promotion maintenance. Health promotion and disease prevention is the cornerstone of our program.
We take an active approach by collaborating with wellness facilities, churches, community based organizations and educators desiring to implement health and wellness strategies. Educational literature, workshops and health fairs are provided at our annual conferences.
Our goal is to provide the highest quality performing arts education locally and beyond for the purpose of improving self-esteem, building confidence and empowering well-rounded expressive individuals through training workshops, practice and live performances. Instructors are from a variety of backgrounds in the performance arts industry. Participation in our programs are open to the public and for all ages.
G.A.P. (God's Anointed Puppeteers)
God's Anointed Puppeteers is one of many ways youth and adults can show their creative side. Our desire is to share with others alternatives to daily challenges through humorous and sometimes emotional songs and skits that are thought provoking yet fun. The puppeteers enjoy participating in public engagements like youth rallies, annual programs, nursing homes and much more.
Liturgical Dance Program
Heritage Dance Ministry
The goal of LDP is to effectively communicate to others through dance. When we communicate with a clear message through movement, we are able to speak to the needs of others for strengthening, encouragement and comfort. Training includes interpretive, pageantry, flags, streamers, mime, gospel hip-hop and stomp.
In addition to the many public engagements around town, our dance team receives invitations to minister at nursing homes, for reunions, weddings, funerals, women and men conferences and many other events. For more information, visit the Heritage Dance Ministry website at heritagedanceministry.org for the calendar of events and to schedule the team for an engagement. For workshops and other offerings, visit the Heritage Dance Network at heritagedancenetwork.com
At the Rufus C. and Leola Goff Family Foundation, we believe in our abilities to change lives. We are an all-inclusive organization. We do not turn away anyone who may need our help or those who just want to take part in what we have to offer. Rich and poor, old and young, sinner or saint, people of all races, creeds, and colors, even people of other faiths, you are all welcome. Come and see what we have to offer you.
There are worlds of different circumstances that can make it difficult for anyone to experience all that life has to offer. Our mentoring program can make a tremendous difference in one's outlook. We do not do what we do alone. We work with a wide spectrum of individuals and organizations who help us provide the resources, educational opportunities and much more to enhance the mentoring experience. This program is offered to the man in the family from youth to adult.
We partner with schools, religious organizations, local businesses and peer organizations to provide academic support and other resources to perform community service activities.
"Natural talent, intelligence, a wonderful education-non of these guarantees success. Something else is needed: the sensitivity to understand what other people want and the willingness to give it to them."
- John Luther
"People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care."
- John C. Maxwell
"Don't use your people to build a great work: use your work to build a great people."
- Jack Hyles
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Kansas City, MO 64138
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Our mission stems from the desire to empower youth and adults through mentoring opportunities, health and wellness initiatives, exposure to media and the arts, and for advancement of social welfare and other community efforts.
The Rufus C. and Leola Goff Family Foundation (RCLG) was formed in 2005 to honor our parents and to leave a legacy for our children, grandchildren and future generations.