Time For Change Foundation’s Kim Carter Has Tearful Reunion with Woman She Helped
Kim Carter describes being in and out of jail before she turned her life around and started Time For Change Foundation. Jennifer Hudson welcomes Keisha Murphy, who achieved self-sufficiency thanks to help from Kim.
By Community News - July 5, 2021
Time for Change Foundation founder Kim Carter to be portrayed by Jennifer Hudson in movie directed by Taraji P. Henson
Founded in San Bernardino, California in 2002, and expanded into the Bay Area in 2018, Time for Change Foundation’s (TFCF) mission is to empower disenfranchised low-income individuals and families by building leadership through evidence-based programs, and housing to create self-sufficient, and thriving communities.
Academy Award winner Taraji P. Henson will direct Academy Award Winner Jennifer Hudson in ‘Pepcy & Kim,’ a part of Iervolino Entertainment’s star studded anthology project ‘Tell It Like a Woman’. This project . . . READ MORE
Photo TFCF: Kim Carter will be featured in one of seven segments of a film that highlights inspiring women. Pictured from left: Kim Carter, Andrea Iervolino, Taraji P. Henson, Jennifer Hudson.
Webinar on Race, Poverty, and Economics
University of California - Riverside
School of Public Policy
Streamed live on Oct 29, 2020
KP Media TV
"We Own The Table" Episode 3
"Lift As We Climb" - Kim Carter
We Own The Table is a weekly talk show that educates, empowers, and engages Black women to live fulfilling and legacy driven lives by having raw, uncut, and unfiltered conversations about politics, health, wellness, spirituality, business, careers, and finances.