Lifenet Children's Foundation Inc.

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Email: lifenetkids@yahoo.com

DSWD License No: DSWD-SU/FOX-000003-2016

DSWD Accreditation No: DSWD – SB-A-1532-2016

Securities Exchange Commission Registration:CN200829551

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Street Children

Compassion In Action Mobile Teams

Our  Compassion In Action (C.I.A) mobile ministry teams operate different ministry focuses around the city and beyond; from Calamity Disaster Relocation Sites and Evacuation Centers to island outreach work to areas devastated by Super Typhoon Haiyan, Tribal mountain schools and Barangay Health Centers, our aim is to combine practical care with faith values that reach children at risk effectively.

 

Lifenet first began its outreach ministry working directly with street children in the city center. The majority of our House of Joshua residential children have spent time living and surviving on the streets and we continue to facilitate teams of volunteers that prepare dinner  and enrichment activities for street children and young families living out in the Cagayan city central area.

This is our first step in building relationships and trust with street children with the long term aim of hoping to help them make the change from street life.

 

Some of the children we have been working with over the years have been able to return to school and complete their elementary and high school education. One former street youth completed university, whereas the majority continue to work as shoe shiners, car washers street vendors.

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Support Street Feeding Outreach

Mobile ministry outreach is dependent on the availability of funds.

 

A regular donation of £20 or $30 will enable us to continue weekly street children feeding and mobile outreach to children living and sleeping without families on the streets.

 

Some of the children we have been working with over the years have been able to return to school and complete their elementary and high school education. One former street youth completed university, whereas the majority continue to work as shoe shiners, car washers and street vendors selling cigaretttes and chewing gum.

 

 

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