Our Goal

is to restore hope in the everyday individual that has big dreams,
and feels it may never come true. We believe one blessing or
one dream come true can change someone’s life forever.

Our Goal

is to restore hope in the everyday individual that has big dreams,
and feels it may never come true. We believe one blessing or
one dream come true can change someone’s life forever.

Our Goal

is to restore hope in the everyday individual that has big dreams,
and feels it may never come true. We believe one blessing or
one dream come true can change someone’s life forever.

Our Mission

Our mission is to restore hope and encourage everyday mothers, who we call Dreamers, to dream again. We desire to give our Dreamers one life changing Dream request through partnerships with brands, donations and sponsorships. We build value for our Dreamers through their shift in mindset and willingness to dream again with the additional resources we will offer. We will be admired for our dedication to our Dreamers by how we consistently give back, being socially responsible, and operating with integrity.

Testimonials

"I just want to take this time to give thanks to TKP for helping me in my time of need. I was really in a bad place in my life and the KP stepped without any hesitation, and I am truly thankful for that. God bless and continue to be a blessing to others as you all were to me."

− Sheria F.

"In life we all experience moments where we secretly desire more, dream of a life that may not exist, and even think of the possibility of what our world would be like if we all pooled our resources together. That's where the Knighten Project comes in. KP gives us an opportunity to BE the Change in the World that We Wish to See. By partnering with KP, I am given multiple opportunities to anonymously make a difference in the lives of others with the goal of giving, loving and possibly restoring HOPE into the HOPEless. "

− Shatavia E.

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Purses with Purpose Campaign Give 20 Women Brand New Bags Filled with Surprises

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Giving back is such a good feeling. This holiday season, we wanted to do just that. Give back, but do it with a purpose. We partnered with Kesha (WeGotKidz.com) and…

The Purses With Purpose Campaign will Change Women’s Lives this Christmas

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What woman do you know, that doesn’t love a nice bag? Our purses are sometimes an extension of who we are? Some women change them with every outfit, and for some women…

3 Reasons Why TKP Just Gave Away a Grand Celebration Cruise

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In September my husband and I celebrated 12 years of marriage. My husband surprised me by booking a 5 day get-a-way. We initially took our children to their grandparents home to…

You’re Invited to The Dream Chat: How My Divorce Saved My Marriage on Tuesday, September 29th at 9pm ET

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I’ve come to love our Dream Chat series because it allows us to see people who are following their dreams on their own terms. This month, I am excited to…

Recent Dreams

Hi! I am the director of an inner city youth program that focuses on inspiring our students to dream and achieve beyond any limiting circumstances through hands-on career exploratory courses, intentional mentoring relationships, and practical faith application. The greatest joy in working with our youth is when we get to see them discover their untapped talents and unlimited potential through the experiences we provide for them. Mackenzie is a gregarious 7th grader who has been a part of our program now for a year. She is committed, bright, focused, well spoken, and selfless, always thinking of others before herself. Her family is making every effort to do the best they can and because of her mom’s health condition, she and her siblings do much of the housekeeping and cooking for the family. They don’t seem like they are starving, but I don’t believe there is much discretionary income, if any. I learned yesterday from my assistant after a service project date that Mackenzie was a part of that she cannot see very well and is in need of glasses, but the family does not have eye insurance and obviously cannot afford to buy them. Because Mackenzie is such an eager participant and hard worker in our courses, I felt compelled to try and do something. How much could her life be changed, with a simple pair of glasses? Our program does not make a habit of reaching out for such needs, but Mackenzie is special and I feel that God has a hold of her heart. She never whines or complains that she has troubles or limitations, but always seems to look at the bright side of things. I don’t find it coincidence that I somehow stumbled across the Knighten Project website this morning, perhaps God will use this wonderful “dream” connection to bless our sweet Mackenzie?
RoseMarie