Volunteers and supporters from around the world form a network of advocacy, fundraisers, prayer and financial and practical giving.
Advocates for Lifenet Children's Foundation share on behalf of our cause - aiming to get the word out about children at risk and encouraging people to actively respond.
We are very grateful for those who have represented our work in schools, churches, youth meetings, children's groups, on the radio and at special events, helping to create awareness of the reality of the lives of real children and that we all can work together in some way to help alleviate suffering and facilitate opportunities for significant and purposeful change.
If YOU would like to share about street children, House of Joshua or other aspects of Lifenet Children's Foundation's work in the Philippines to your local group or church we would love to help support you with relevant resources and information.
Some of our advocate supporters have represented us and the work of Lifenet by sharing in schools, special events, boy scouts and amongst children and youth enabling vital opportunities to provide creative learning and cross cultural interaction.
Some creative ideas (tried and tested) to generate awareness and 'share outside of the box'
* Car washing and shoe shining activity simulating street children's life and work.
* Filipino meal & cultural presentation
* Camping out for a day in cardboard box shelters (without lunch or shoes!)