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8435 Crown Point Rd Indianapolis IN 46278 USA


Lifenets assists people in developing areas through medical, educational and self-help programs.


In malawi, lifenets has provided pharmaceuticals for jumpha clinic. Funding is also provided for 40 scholarships and a livelihood development program. In kenya we continue in providing our part in a joint effort for the johjan school in migori. See full report at www. Lifenets. Org/johjan. Lifenets also provides other developmental programs in kenya and malawi as discussed further in our third program statement.

usa projects - lifenets provides several projects in the us including the wheelchair project, a unique matching service for people with unneeded wheelchairs with those who cannot normally afford them. We provide an online database service where donations and requests are made. Additionally $5,600 of donated services were provided for this program. Web site http://www. Lifenetswheelchairproject. Org. In addition, lifenets provides various other support services in the united states including supporting the lifegaps charter school located in indiana.

in the countries of zambia, kenya and brazil we have maintained cattle development programs. In malawi we sunk three boreholes. In malawi we also are building a neonatal clinic and provided antibiotics, anti-malarials and other medicines. Scholarships have been provided for more than 30 students in the above countries plus south africa, zimbabwe, ukraine, armenia and several latin american countries. This program is our most effective as it provides life-long returns in giving beneficiaries opportunities for income producing careers.

vinogradov street children - we work with about 30 street children and orphans in vinogradov, ukraine providing them food and other items. We have also been providing a summer program for teaching english as a second language and a summer day camp. Additionally, we provide various other scholarships and programs for individuals in need in other parts of the world annually based on identified projects and other needs.

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LifeNets reaches out to those many who are too frequently forgotten by the big money programs. We support them because they are an all volunteer group with dedication, determination and true concern. If you don't believe me read about their wheelchair program or the street orphan program in Vinogradov, Ukraine.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

donating a wheelchair to a man whose chair was stolen. I've seen where they have collected spare change to support 13 Ukrainian street orphans.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

continue to try and find the resources needed to both continue operations and grow them. Perhaps through grants and other awards.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

their desire to do the greatest good with the resources and manpower available.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

dedicated and sincere.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

allocate additional funds for scholarships in Africa, Ukraine and South America; and, build and operate a secondary school in Malawi where children normally pay tuition. Plus much more with their thriftiness.

Ways to make it better...

I could have donated more to their cause.

In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...

realizing their growth potential since it is an all volunteer group.

One thing I'd also say is that...

I hope their story gets out to more and more people.

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