Homes for LIFE
Homes for LIFE

Homes for LIFE

For families struggling daily to survive in impoverished countries, “home” could be a makeshift shelter of scrap metal, crumbling pieces of wood, cardboard and even plastic. Home could literally be the streets or a garbage dump.

The Homes for LIFE outreach is easing the struggle by providing sturdy housing, built to last a minimum of 25 years in the roughest weather conditions. In Latin America, Homes for LIFE has built hundreds of houses to replace shacks and shanties destroyed by several hurricanes.

Families benefiting from this outreach are moving into houses with concrete foundations and walls and other durable material. The houses include real kitchens, separate bedrooms, furniture, a stove and household supplies.

Homes for LIFE is improving the quality of life for hundreds of families living in extreme poverty. 100 new homes were built in a region of Cambodia where, currently, little more than shacks were "home." Their ramshackle thatched huts were replaced by brick homes with metal roofs a sturdy, safe and dry solution to the rains that soak the area. This village is a little slice of heaven on earth for those who are certainly counted among the world's poorest people.

Thank you for reaching out to the needy men, women and children by participating in Homes for LIFE. As you share the light of the world, you give them hope and help in their time of desperate need.