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  •  To love God with our whole heart, mind, and soul.

  •  To love all children regardless of race, origin, and religious background.

  •  To compel all children, regardless of race or origin to come to know Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.

  •  To help all children, with urgent personal needs such as food, shelter, and clothing (Jesus said, "What you have done to the least of these, you have done unto me").

  •  To work with other available agencies to take every possible step to secure a safe and clean place of shelter for all children.

  • To help children with all types of disabilities -- physical, emotional, and spiritual.

  •  To equip and buy equipment needs such as wheelchairs, a bust to transport handicapped children and make parents aware of this type of assistance.

  •  To help provide interpreters for deaf children and their parents and other urgent needs.

  •  To help find qualified counselors for battered or sexually abused children.

  •  To help provide a place of refuge where all children can come and play and be trained in the ways of the Lord.

  •  To help give parents hope with the right kind of support needed.

  • We will pray for every child we come in contact with and do our best to meet their needs as God enables us.


Reverend Eve Nunez is a national faith-based leader most known for her work as a child advocate and as a Hispanic community organizer. Her decades-long commitment to these communities has earned her a National Service Award from President George W. Bush, the Martin Luther King Jr. Award from President Barak Obama, the Street Saint Award from Governor Janet Napolitano, and many more. 


Over 25 years ago, Rev. Nunez founded Help 4 Kidz – a non-profit organization that has received national recognition for its work on behalf of at-risk children and teens. At the peak of its ministry, the Help 4 Kidz food drives, kids church services, and 14 school buses were an Arizona icon – drawing support from bi-partisan politicians, national sports organizations, private-sector companies, and countless other philanthropic groups. Rev. Nunez founded the organization in loving memory of her 15-year-old son, Frankie, who died from a terminal brain tumor.  


Rev. Nunez is the Founder and President of the National Latina/Latino Commission (NLLC), which helps Latino churches partner with community organizations, local governments and faith-based organizations to better serve their communities through substance abuse recovery and prevention, affordable housing acquisition, work force investment, mentoring, and other critical functions. 


Rev. Nunez is an ordained Assembly of God Minister serving under the Superintendent of the Southwest District of Assemblies of God. She previously served as the Associate Pastor of New Life Covenant Church in Avondale, Arizona and as an Associate Youth Pastor for Rev. Roy De La Garza Ministries for over 40 years in Phoenix, Arizona.


Committed to strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship, Rev. Nunez is an active club member of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and a board member of the Latino Coalition for Israel. She continues to mentor youth across the United States. 

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