Lifeline’s Giving Day is a 24-hour period concentrated on raising funds necessary to continue caring for vulnerable children and families. It’s a day to join together as partners and friends who desire to see the glory of God manifested through adoption, family restoration, and global orphan care.
The orphan care crisis never slows or stops. The need is great.
So, the need to work together and Make Hope Possible is also great.
When you donate on Giving Day you are entered to win some special Lifeline prizes! There are three opportunities to win. There will be a drawing at 10:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 4:00 pm on June 22.
Lifeline’s mission brings us together and focuses our efforts toward one goal – equipping the body of Christ to manifest the gospel to vulnerable children. However, pursuing that mission takes many different forms. This is where we see Lifeline’s five pillars of ministry come to life.
We want to see where your passion lies on Giving Day! Choose to support a specific program, project, or need that resonates with you.
To ease the financial burden, Lifeline offers the Hope Adoption Fund. By designating your donation to this fund, you can help remove the barrier between waiting children and their forever families.
We want to empower women to choose life for their unborn children and to make an informed decision about both of their futures.
The Well is a fund to meet the physical needs of women in unexpected pregnancies. You can make an impact on these women and children through giving towards their rent, utilities, medical costs, food, transportation, and more.
(un)adopted® reaches children labeled as “unadoptable” with the hope of the gospel.
This work takes shape through equipping caregivers through caregiver training, providing children with job and life skills, and serving alongside the local church around the world.
Our education and counseling team supports adoptive families, foster families, and others with cutting-edge technologies filtered through a biblical worldview. Family counselors meet families where they are and help them thrive.
Parent coaches help parents know how to apply principles of therapeutic parenting to their specific situations. Educational support allows your children to thrive in school settings.
Lifeline's Family Restoration ministry bridges the gap between local churches and local government agencies by training and helping increase the number of foster families; helping meet the needs of families and reducing the number of children entering the foster care system; and improving the retention rate of current foster families.