Life House Foundation for Children exists to be a conduit for positive change in the physical, relational, and spiritual lives of at-risk children, their families, and under-supported populations.
What we do
Life House Foundation for Children (LHFC) partners with international groups and projects to serve as the U.S. based office for their Non-Government Organizations (NGOs).
Life House Foundation for Children also partners with domestic projects and partners by fulfilling crucial 501c3 functions.
Services and functions provided empower partners and projects to maximize long-term impact and sustainability. Sample services include, but, are not limited to: strategic planning, accountability, legal and financial documentation and processing, fundraising, and awareness communications. The level of services provided vary for each partner and project based on need and a contractual agreement mutually designed.
Provide governance as needed for projects and partner groups including accountability and partnership in strategic planning.
Maintain necessary legal and financial documentation at the organization and donor level.
Increase breadth and depth of awareness for projects and partner organizations.
Be a connection for fundraising efforts for projects and partner organizations.
All programs are evaluated through the Life House Foundation for Children Board. LHF seeks:
Focus: programs that seek to empower targeted communities within under-supported and at-risk children populations.
Sustainability: programs whose efforts are strategically designed to outlast any one project or person. We look for those with the long-term in mind.
A Holistic Mindset: programs that see multiple aspects of a community or situation and are aware and mindful of how one project or action affects the whole.
A Faith-Based Approach: programs that value our spiritual nature and support a Biblical perspective.