About Us

The Best Kingdom Service Provider Around

Kingdom Impacting Communities is a social services organization committed to helping those in need while advocating for fair and equal conditions for everybody in its domains; whether in Tucson, regions, or any where our feet can tread. We are driven by the passion to help, so we always work hard in our efforts to build a better future for our clients and charges. We partner with several non-profit institutions to better perform our social service responsibilities. We are dedicated to improving the life quality of everyone in our society. You can reach us at (520) 987-1638 to find out more about us.

Meet the Kingdom Ambassador

Who is Ambassador Jerill Christopher Dorton?

Jerill Christopher Dorton, born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, faced and overcame many obstacles. As a young man growing up in a high poverty and gang infested environment, there were constant pressures to join gangs, participate in drug use and dealing, and countless other negative active activities. Even with all the pressure that was stacked against him, Jerill had a praying father and mother who kept him covered through intercession and godly influence.  

Now 'the Ambassador' is extending opportunities for all who seek another way; the BETTER WAY & avenue to the Kingdom as well as in the Kingdom......just as it was given to him but on a greater scale

We are here for you

As a socially responsible service provider, we endeavour to reach out to as many people as we can serve. To do this, we take great strides to ensure our staff are well-trained and provide help through meaningful activities that will improve the quality of lives of those who are in need and empower them to better themselves. We encourage volunteering for those who also want to offer social services, and we are also open to working with people who will like to help in ways beyond physical volunteering.

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Areas Covered

Pima County & surrounding areas

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