The ISUPK was established in 1969. Ever since, we have been teaching Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Indians their true identity according to the Bible.
“But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.”
— Daniel 12:4
What we do...
The Israelite School of Universal Practical Knowledge is a non profit, faith-based, community organization that responds to the plagues of poverty-stricken, urban American’s through programs such as Education (Adult & Youth); Food Distribution; Rehabilitation (Drug & Alcohol); Mentoring, Counseling & Spiritual support the organization whose purpose is to teach so called African-Americans, Hispanics, and Native American Indians, the true history of their people as it pertains to the Bible.
The ISUPK’s belief and experience is that the true knowledge and understanding of the core, fundamental values, and teachings of the “King James Version” of the Holy Bible can conquer the ills of society that plague urban American’s of low-income that are under-educated and poverty-stricken. By bridging the biblical knowledge of the past with the present we can advance the spiritual, mental, and physical strength of our demographic to produce stable, non-government system dependent persons.
Originally founded in 1969, the ISUPK Nonprofit began in December 2006; incorporated in February 2007, and received its tax-exempt status in May 2008. Only the ISUPK has the understanding and truth, using the “King James” version of the bible, to awaken the lives of African-Americans, Hispanics, and Native American Indians, that are broken by hunger; drug addiction; and homelessness (to name a few).
ISUPK We Make a Difference
The ISUPK food program spans across 14 cities from the Midwest, East Coast, and deep South regions of the country. Utilizing our non-profit 501c3 status, we have partnered with food distribution services in various cities to support our efforts to keep those in need, well fed and thoroughly nourished. In addition to what is made available for members of our organization, we have bi-weekly food giveaways for the public. Our goal with this food program is to ensure that no one in our target demographic ever has to go hungry.