LifeNets establishes new service program
in South Africa:
Live Clean Programto be
presented to groups of
vulnerable children in order to
provide them with a message of
hope and practical techniques
for daily living in an attempt
to alleviate emotional and
mental suffering. It will be
headed by LifeNets Southern
Africa chairman, Monique
Webster. (posted March
1, 2013) LifeNets newest orphanage
project in western Zambia. Here is Derrick Pringle of Kitwe,
Zambia delivering $4000 worth of goods to orphans as well as poor
Zambian/Angolan farmers. We are very happy to
be involved in working with these reliable people.
(posted February 11, 2013)
Three young adults complete
first phase of LifeNets and Good
Works hydroponic project in
Guatemala. We hope to
expand our project to provide
food security in urban areas.
(posted October 6, 2012
LifeNets has provided financing
for completing of Dunya Orphans
School in Kosele, Kenya for 70 children.
Read more at
(posted October 3, 2012)
LifeNets is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which develops
offering practical assistance that promote the well being
sufficiency of disadvantaged people throughout the world
possible, encourages them to pass on their LifeNets benefit
Victor Kubik with Indiana
First Lady Judy O'Bannon in Novgorod, Russia open air market.
The two sales ladies were from the war-torn Dageston Republic
working the bazaar to support their families back home.
Read about our October, 1999 trip.
This short video clip is still being played on Indianapolis
PBS TV station WFYI. It is from a Communities Building Communities
segment hosted by former Indiana First Lady Judy O'Bannon (right). She
speaks about LifeNets and its work.
View the clip..... (posted October 22. 2007)
On March 19, 2013 we established the
Luker Memorial Foundationin
honor of our dear friend Dennis Luker who
died on March 14, 2013. Along with his wife
LeeAnn they ardently supported LifeNets
education projects and we would like to
memorialize his life with future education
LifeNets finances water tanks
for Girl Scout Camp in Davao City,
Philippines to provide much needed water
capacity for users.
See story and photos of the project.
LifeNets member Neil Wallis participates in
7000 km road rally driving through 7
countries in Southern Africa, giving
LifeNets exposure and giving out hundreds of
pairs of shoes to poor people along the
In January 2013 we recorded these three
short testimonials from our LifeNets
Developing Nations Scholarship Fund students
who tell us of their ambitions and progress.
They are studying to be a doctor, social
worker and school teacher--none of which
would have been possible without a a
Developing Nations Scholarship grant. Please
take a look at the three minute YouTube
video above. We thank All of God's Children
501 (c)(3) in Lansing, Michigan that has
just provided $4000 towards the Zambia