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Beloved Community Center

Beloved Community Center

Cultivating pathways that measurably increase self-sufficiency for low-to-moderate income (LMI) homeowners and  extremely low income (ELI) renters  

The mission

To cultivate pathways that measurably increase self-sufficiency for low-to-moderate income (LMI) homeowners and extremely low income (ELI) renters. 

Beloved cultivates these pathways through their (3) three pillar approach.

Financial literacy and stability, Housing Stability, and Community Stability via safe neighborhood.

To date, the longest LMI project that Beloved has operated was the Covid-19 funding distributed as grants to eligible Texas homeowners under the program administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA).

Beloved serviced 302 cases under the TDHCA grant program with a total amount of over $818,770.10 in mortgage, HOA fees, property taxes, insurance, and utilities payments dispersed to eligible, LMI homeowners.
While the majority of those 302 cases were in Dallas County, the subsequent payouts also assisted eligible, LMI homeowners in Brazos, Collin, Kaufman, Tarrant, Williamson, and Harris counties, making major impacts in Black, Brown, and rural communities across North Central Texas. Those 302 cases covered a one-year project period, i.e. September 2022 to September 2023.

Our Leadership




In addition to his role as the CEO of Beloved Community Center, Kiven T. Roberson, Sr. leverages his seat in C-suite nonprofit administration with an extensive background as well as licensure in life, property and casualty, and claims. His skills sets allow him to better implement results-driven, transformative, Low-to-Moderate Income (LMI) programs. Most recently, he provided fiscal and personnel management for CARES Act rental/utility assistance implementation. His undergraduate and graduate educational credentials come from two (2) different, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). He earned a B.A. at Huston-Tillotson in 1995 and a M.S. from Texas Southern University in 2003.


He also is a licensed minister.

Chief Executive Officer

Rev. Dr. LaTrese Adkins, a licensed and ordained evangelist as well as multi-million dollar "grant winner," earned her doctorate and a M.A. in American History from Michigan State University in addition to a B.A. in Africana Studies and History from Wellesley College. For over 25 years, Dr. Adkins has taught  history at colleges across the country. Her research has been published in The Journal of African American Studies, The Journal of Minority Issues and Economic Development and The Africa and the Americas Culture, Politics, and History: A Multidisciplinary Encyclopedia. She also is the author of a one-of-a-kind, comic strip/activity book entitled 'Jesus is Calling!' which teaches Black children how to hear from God for themselves.​


Chief Development Officer

Beloved Community Center

Beloved Community Center

Take a look at a few of our amazing clients.

Abounding Prosperity, Inc.

Cedar Valley College

Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity


Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Museum

Unity Development Corporation

Regional Black Contractors Association (RBCA)

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Award-winning capacity building assistance

Check out our $4.16 million dollar funded proposal portfolio.

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