Kringle Private Society “The Billion Coin”

A Global Sharing & Eleemosynary Society

Kringle Society Mission Statement

The Kringle Society is a global initiative as a Sharing and Eleemosynary Society founded upon the principle that humanity is capable of lifting itself out of the morass of poverty, disease, lack, limitation, suffering and ignorance into a new dawn of abundance and prosperity for all. We are here to empower each of our members with the means to spread abundance, in all its forms, to the entire community of humanity with a clear plan to eliminate poverty worldwide and to assist each and every being that we touch to find their unique purpose that their Creator intended for them. The Kringle Sharing and Eleemosynary Society is here to support all of its members, and all of humanity, by providing the means and methods to have the support and practical tools so that every member of our society and every human being shall have what they need to make manifest their essential needs to create lives of abundance and integrity.

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TBC Goodwill Ambassadors (Poster/Article)


I'm proud to announce the first two Goodwill Ambassadors for the TBC Community: Steven Cuffee and Mbeh Derick. The loyalty and consistency of these two TBC leaders has lead to their selections to play this special role. Both have hearts of gold and are very much cause driven when it comes to TBC.

This marks the official announcement of the role of a TBC Goodwill Ambassador. As of January 1st, 2020 I have been setting aside 10% of the revenue that comes in through the Admin fees to be used to feed and bless the lives of the poor. Obviously, we are NOT big enough yet to feed all of the poor people in the world, even though within our combined hearts we would gladly do that if we had the means. It is our GOODWILL towards mankind that we do our part to feed the poor, and make a difference for the lives we can touch through this effort. Picture a line of poor people waiting their turn to receive 2 bags of groceries, which may feed their family for a week or two. A TBC Goodwill Ambassador will assist in the selection of the poor we shall feed, and they will be present in person as we make this donation to them. They stand in as a representitive of all of us in TBC, from the Admin/Creator all the way down to our newest member that just joined us. They are our Goodwill Ambassadors of TBC!

My vision of this part of TBC is much bigger than most of you can imagine. But 10% can one day be a very large and significant number. It's all relative, the bigger we get the more we can help others. Also, as we grow and expand this part of TBC, I will be personally calling on other leaders to carry out this role too. The future will be even brighter for all of us because of this special calling. Prepare yourself to one day be called to be a TBC Goodwill Ambassador.

When playing the role of Ambassador, all travel expenses are prepaid and a stipend provided to compensate for the time. So, it is NOT a role of self-sacrifice. The role is meant to be seen as a reward for good leadership. It is a true honor to be an Ambassador!

Nigeria will be our first country on the list of many that will receive this Goodwill. Remember, that it is Goodwill because the receivers of the bags of groceries are ALL NON-MEMBERS of TBC. Goodwill is NOT self-serving. In contrast, our members each enjoy the fruits of the Distribution Phase of TBC and the Bitcoin Bounty Income Ladders out of poverty. Dr. Solo has been working tirelessly with a team of leaders to hold 6 events in 3 locations within Nigeria in the early part of March, 2020. Both Mbeh and Steven have been invited. Regardless, at least one of our Ambassadors will be present for each of the Goodwill Events. Seats at these Goodwill Events are limited and are open to the public free of charge. I have earmarked $20,000.00 to be used to buy the groceries to cover all three events. Cameroon is the next country on the list, and Mbeh has already identified some poor that even have extraordinary circumstances--truly sad stories of people in great need. $10,000.00 of aid has been earmarked for these people in Cameroon. A great deal of effort has been made to get Steven into both countries, and we are waiting on the embassies to process the VISA for each, hopefully in time! Early March is fast approching! I have already prepaid for Steven to go to both Nigeria and Cameroon, and can assure you all his trip will be safe. I will be working with Mbeh this week to prepay for his travel to Nigeria which will include his wife, this time.

I hope this Goodwill Ambassadorship is well received by both member and non-member alike. TBC stands for so many things, and let this act show the world that we mean what we say. It is just a matter of time before we fulfill all that we have set out to do in TBC. May the blessings from heaven rain down upon us as we do this great work.





MBEH DERRICK - TBC GOODWILL AMBASSADOR REPORT


First of all before I put down my first ever official report as the TBC Goodwill Ambassador, I want to thank the TBC Admin for giving me this opportunity of becoming one of the TBC Goodwill Ambassadors in the TBC community. My wife and I are so grateful and it shall always be our pleasure to serve the community.

My wife and I arrived Nigeria on the 1st of march 2020 and we were given a warm reception by the general coordinator of this event Dr. Solo and his team. It should be Noted that Admin sent food worth $21 000 and it was divided to feed the poor in three locations , the east, the north and the south part of the country.

We arrived the East, that’s Enugu on the 2nd of march and after a Press Conference we traveled to Abakaliki and fed over 200 persons gathered at Central School Ngbo in Ebonyi State.





The above pictures are some of the people we fed at our first location. I MUST confess that when my Team and I saw these people wept. Their situations are beyond our imaginations. As you can see from these images, some suffers from chronic health conditions, like persons with paraplegia, also people with cognitive disabilities, and people with intellectual disabilities such as people with down syndrome. We also have wheelchair users just to mentioned a few. We wept again while sharing these food items because we strongly believe that some particular group of humans should not lack the minimum which is food, not to mention that of medical attention. Some of the mothers after receiving this food we witnessed tears of joy coming from them, and some even prayed like they speak a language we do not really understand. I would say they prayed in tongues to thank us. Once more, thank you TBC admin for this great initiative.

The next location still in the East was the Federal Teaching Hospital in Abakaliki where we shared food to over 300 sick persons and their care givers. You can see from the Pictures below:






The last location was visited with the team leaders in Ebonyi state was here and see some of the Pictures from the Holy Ghost Foundation school in Abakaliki.






It should be noted that my Co-Goodwill Ambassador from the United States (Steven Cuffee) will be joining me in Lagos to perform Goodwill in some local communities there. And from there we shall be moving to Cameroon.

I want to use this opportunity to thank God for giving us our TBC Admin and the inspirations to help the poor. I want to thank Dr. Solo who made this possible by managing all of our movement and safety all over Nigeria, I want to also thank Mr. Amaechi and his wife; Mr. Preston Isaac; Ikegwu; Jasper Ndubisi Joshua; Bright; and Marry. Finally I want to thank all those who help this possible in one way or the other, I have not forgotten the GMC team with Dr. Michael. I will end here by thanking my wife Dorothy Mbeh who has also been very active during all these events.


LONG LIVE NIGERIA

LONG LIVE TBC

LONG LIVE TBC ADMIN


Mbeh Derrick


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MBEH DERRICK - TBC GOODWILL AMBASSADOR REPORT #2 FROM ABUJA-NIGERIA


After a Press Conference on Friday the 6th of March 2020, we immediately move to Garki, a small town about 5km away from the main city Abuja. From the information, we gathered, its a refugee camp with people that have run from the war (Boko Haram War) in the Northern part of the country. I must confess here that their living condition is horrible, they lack the basic needs like water and food. Good shelter is also a very big problem. This lifestyle, along with the uncertainty of how long they will be confined to these camps has a grave effect on their mental health conditions. The coordinators and the victims in the camp were so happy and grateful to the TBC Admin for this gesture. Many of them confess that they have not received this kind of gesture for so long. Thanks you so much Admin, for putting a smile on the faces of these victims. The camp leaders suddenly became interested in TBC, and the Abuja coordinators promise to sign them up.




Thank you TBC Admin for all that you are doing in the community. May you remain blessed.


Mbeh Derrick


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Steven T. Cuffee----TBC Ambassador


First of I would like to thank our wonderful TBC admin for selecting me as TBC Ambassador. It has been truly a blessing and an honor. Even though, the challenges that I went through to receive the proper Visas to go to Africa, it was all worth it to be a visitor of Nigeria and Cameroon.


I arrived on March 9, 2020 in Nigeria and was surprised to finally be on African soil, a lifelong dream of mine. I was received by a warm reception by the general coordinator Dr. Solo for the Nigerian Mass Adoption Conference and many of our TBC family that I knew through TBC Broadcasts. Then as I arrived at my hotel, I was surprised again by more of our TBC family. Mbeh Derick’s wife, Dorothy escorted me up to their room and that is where I saw and met with TBC Ambassador and Global Trainer Mbeh Derick, who had just finished an online training.


Below you will see photos of two areas in Lagos, Nigeria where we fed many people in poverty. It really touched my heart to see the expression of gratitude from the people of the village to receive this food. Many of the people had not eaten in days. Some of the people had tears in their eyes.








It should be noted that it was a pleasure to be with our other Ambassador of Goodwill Mbeh Derick , his wife Dorothy , TBC Coordinator (Nigeria Mass Adoption Conference) Solo Amahaotu and the team to participate in feeding many people in poverty in Lagos, Nigeria. On March 13, 2020, Mbeh, Dorothy, and I left Nigeria to go to their country of Cameroon. When we arrived at the airport in Cameroon, I was surprised again with the amazing warm welcoming of many TBCians, dancers, cultural music, and a physical sign with my name on the fence, and then an adorable little girl gave me a bouquet of flowers and when she was welcoming me she said: “We welcome you to Cameroon Steven Cuffee, TBC Ambassador of Goodwill.” During the beginning of the week we drove to the southern part of Cameroon and then traveled by boat down a river to a forest with a village of Pygmies. They are small people that live in the forest separate from the civilization of the world. They build their own homes from materials from the forest, they drink water from the river—which is odd to me, hunt animals and harvest vegetables from the forest. We as a group showing the Goodwill of TBC fed the Pygmies that were there. A translator for us told us that most of the Pygmies were are out hunting for food at the time we were there.









It is important that we had to postpone the Goodwill for more people that are in poverty in Cameroon and that of other TBC activities due to the government of Cameroon restrictions due to the Coronavirus that is a worldwide crisis currently.


I would like to take this time to thank God for TBC Admin to give Goodwill to people in poverty in Nigeria and Cameroon. Also, thank you so very much TBC Admin for this amazing opportunity to see and be with these people in extreme need for food. I will never ever forget these awesome experiences.


With Love and Respect to all of humanity,


Steven T. Cuffee


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