Ready To Give...
Willing To Share
Let them do good, that they be rich in good works, Ready to give, willing to share
1 Timothy 6:18
President & Founder
KBM Community Developement Corporation
Diana Reeves is a dedicated servant leader who truly believes that to whom much is given, much is required. She developed KingdomBuild Ministries (KBM) because she wanted to offer compassion, love, resources, and support to those in need. KBM Community Development Corporation serves as an embassy to believers, a philanthropic arm to those in need at home and abroad, and an advocate for young women in foster care.
Diana Reeves has been working and residing in Harford County over 25 years. Professionally, she is a Program Manager responsible for leading the Army’s Resilience and Suicide Prevention Programs. She is also a certified Master Resilience Trainer and a certified Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trainer.
In the community, Diana volunteers at the transitional living program for girls in foster care, at Arrow Child and Family Ministries. She facilitated Bible Study, and has organized numerous projects and events to support the girls transition program. In 2019, Diana was recognized as a Harford County Champion for Children and Youth for her commitment to enriching the lives of children and youth in the county.
Diana believes that giving is a fundamental principle of the Kingdom. She stands on the fact that we are blessed to be a blessing, and KBM Community Development Corporation is the vehicle she created to offer service, philanthropy, and mentorship.
Learn more about what we do
KBM Community Development Corporation is a faith-based non-profit organization purposed to provide resources and support to help others in their season of need. Serving the community by: feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, clothing the naked, tending the sick, and visiting the imprisoned. No person is beneath our dignity, unworthy of our compassion, or beyond the reach of our love.
Programs are designed to empower and develop young women to reach their full potential in life. The Young Women of Wealth Millionaire's Club teaches financial literacy to high school-aged girls in foster care. The BEcome Project is designed to transform young women, as they age-out of foster care, to live purposeful lives.
Financial and logistical support is provided to local and world missions. The ministry is especially committed to feeding hungry children in the US by supporting Feeding America through a special program called “Project Feeding Kids.”