Adventist Outreach Kids
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Join AOK

Thank you so much for your interest in joining the Adventist Outreach Kids. The 2017-18 AOK year has successfully been concluded, and we are currently in planning mode for the upcoming 2018-19 AOK year. Please stay tuned to find out when the 2018-18 application opens sometime this summer. In the meantime, you can check out the eligibility rules and guidelines below. We strongly believe that God willing, this coming AOK year will be another successful & exciting one! We're so excited about the future of AOK and cannot wait for you to join us! 

AOK Application Rules & Guidelines

  • Any child who is of 10 years of age or older on or before October 31st, 2018 is eligible to join AOK for the 2018-19 AOK year. The interested applicant will need to fill out the online AOK Application Form for the General Application period when it opens this summer. A signature from at least one parent/legal guardian is required on the application form. Once we receive your application, we will review it and contact you with more information. If you decide to join AOK, you will then need to fill out a hard copy AOK Records Form

  • Any child who does not meet the age requirement above for joining AOK is eligible to join the AOK "Mini Squad", our junior AOK group founded by Adaeze Ibeanu. The Mini Squad joins AOK on almost all nursing home programs and at certain meetings and events. If your child(ren) is interested in joining the Mini Squad, please shoot us an email at [email protected] and go ahead and fill out the AOK Mini Squad Records Form (hard copy). Mini Squaders do not need to fill out the AOK Application Form. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact Adaeze Ibeanu, Vice President of AOK Mini Squad, at [email protected].

  • Please do note that even if you/your child was an AOK member last year or anytime during AOK's existence, they will still need reapply to join AOK by filling out the AOK application form online. This will help us to get to know your child(ren) better and how they wish to serve God through AOK.
  • Since email is AOK's main method of communication, every AOK (not Mini Squad) is required to have an email account. It can be their own personal one, or one belonging to an older sibling in AOK. It cannot be a parent's email account, as we have learned that it's not very convenient and can cause a communication breakdown. Noble Obodum, AOK's Vice President of Operations, strongly recommends that all AOKs get a Gmail account, as we do use Google Drive, Docs and other Google services frequently. AOK has [email protected] Gmail accounts available through our church's G Suite for Nonprofits subscription, so if you like for your child to get an email account that is monitored and controlled, please do contact Noble at [email protected] and he can set one up. We would like every AOK to have access to their own personal email account, or at least one of a sibling in AOK. 
  • We also use Remind for AOK communication. You can learn more about Remind at their website, The cell phone number(s) provided in your AOK Records Form will be used for Remind. We strongly suggest that both parents and AOK members with their own smartphones download the Remind app to best keep track of all AOK announcements and updates via text.

If you ever have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us at [email protected]. Thank you again for your interest in joining AOK! Please continue to keep AOK in your prayers. We really want the Lord to guide and lead us as we seek to serve Him. Thanks & may God bless!

In His Service,

The AOK Board of Leaders:

Bel Orinda, Founder & President

Mongina Omundi, Executive Vice President

Noble Obodum, Vice President of Operations

Adaeze Ibeanu, Vice President of AOK Mini Squad

Matthew Atisa, Vice President of Musical Programs