Nonprofit Partners

Acts 2 Collective works with organizations in Iowa and around the world to further its mission of caring for the most vulnerable for the spread of the Gospel. Below, you will find a description of each of these organizations and how we collaborate with them to serve people and share the love of Jesus.

To find out more about any of these organizations simply click on the logo and you will be redirected to their individual website.

AgriHope AgriHope

believes that Africa has the potential to bring itself out of the grips of poverty and hunger. There is so much potential in the resources of the continent. AgriHope recognizes this potential and calls it out from the people they serve. Through their feeding programs at community schools, they provide training and education to both students and parents on better farming practices. AgriHope is motivated by their compassion and compelled to serve by the Great Commission. They seek to make the Gospel come alive by demonstrating God’s abundant provision through His creation.

Jonathan’s House Jonathan’s House

started with a small house for children in Sierra Leone and has since grown to care for over 100 children. They have opened a school and planted several churches in Sierra Leone. After many years of prayer, Jonathan’s House also began work in Central African Republic and currently provides a home for eighteen orphans from Sibut and Bangui. We have partnered with Jonathan’s House to rebuild their basketball court and start a basketball program that will help reach youth for Christ.

Kingdom Cares Mission Center Kingdom Cares Mission Center

(KCMC) was established in the spring of 2013 through Acts 2 Collective when we broke ground the mission compound. The Mission Center was completed in August of 2014 and is approved through social welfare in Ghana to care for up to 50 children. Each child has a unique story of how they were brought into KMCM’s care. This organization also oversees the Kingdom Cares Mission School and the AgriHope agricultural development project.

Vida’s Cycling Program Vida’s Cycling Program

(VICYPRO) focuses on reproductive health, economic empowerment, HIV/Aids, and youth with special needs. Through house to house education with peer educators, they teach three forms of cycling: transport, recreation, and sports. VICYPRO also places an emphasis on HIV/AIDS related issues, stigma, and discrimination. They work in 138 villages and travel up to 350km to support communities in Ghana.

Hoops Cares Hoops Cares

is located in Cape Coast, Ghana. They use the game of basketball to provide opportunities for youth to develop leadership skills, a healthy lifestyle, work ethic, commitment, honesty, and integrity. Hoops Care is also active in the community in partnering with the local church to reach the homeless population. We visit Cape Coast multiple times a year and participates in their basketball program and outreach projects in the community.

Athletes In Action Athletes In Action

strives to see Christ-followers on every team, every sport, and every nation. They use the platform of sports so that everyone knows someone who truly follows Jesus. Acts 2 Collective and Athletes in Action work together to bring the Gospel to Chad, Africa, through the game of basketball. Jake Sullivan works closely with their in-country staff and travels throughout Chad to train athletes and coaches using Biblical principals.