CHANGING LIVES FOUNDATION
Serving Others Through Him
OUR PASSION IS TO SERVE THOSE BY CHANGING LIVES EACH AND EVERY DAY
"For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in."
DONATE & GET INVOLVED
Your support is important to our work at Changing Lives Foundation. There are many ways you can contribute towards our causes, and every little bit that you commit goes a long way in helping us fulfill our mission. Learn more about how you can get involved and take advantage of the opportunity to change lives.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE'S LIFE
Our foundation has helped others financially in the following ways:
Long-term health issues
One-time catastrophic events
Nothing is really off limits...our passion is to change lives for those in need today!
At Changing Lives, we can only impact the lives of others as we learn about the opportunities to serve.
Take a few moments to fill out a Grant Request for yourself or someone who needs a helping hand.
It is our goal to turn around grant requests in less than a week.
PLEASE STOP! IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR A GRANT THROUGH THE F&I PROVIDERS RELIEF FUND,
PLEASE CHOOSE THE SPECIFIC LINK ABOVE TO BE DIRECTED TO THAT PAGE!
PEOPLE WE HAVE SERVED
A mother died suddenly leaving her two daughters who were still in school. The grant was requested to be able to pay for the funeral.
A grant was provided to assist a family with medical bills for their 3-year old child who has Leukemia. The parents were struggling to work while caring for their child in the hospital and their kids at home.
An adult male who suffers from MS was in need of help to pay his rent each month. A grant was provided to pay for his housing until public assistance could be provided.
A mother of four lost her job due to COVID-19 and is currently living in a shelter. The funds allowed her to get an apartment.
A man suffered from many health ailments, had three surgeries in a few months and ended up with cancer. His house was being foreclosed upon.
A man had complications with a kidney transplant and needed ongoing medicine, which was too expensive for his family to afford.
"You should rather open your hand, willingly lending enough to meet the need, whatever it may be."