Archive for November, 2014

Here’s a Favorite Post from the Past: Kids for Cows Program

November 27, 2014

We just received another donation for a heifer that will be go to Zambia. This one will be called “Snickers.” Read more about our Kids for Cows Program at  Cows sell for $300 each. Want to buy one in a favorite child’s name? You can name the cow. Let us know and we’ll make it happen!


LifeNets Held Quarterly Board Meeting Nov. 23, 2014

November 24, 2014

LifeNets quarterly board meeting Sunday evening November 23, 2014 at home of Chairman Tom Peine in Indianapolis, IN. We discussed some exciting projects in Ukraine, Malawi and other places around the world. Thanks for all the support we’ve received from so many people!


Vinogradov, Ukraine 2014 LifeNets Summer Camp “Kashtan” (Chestnut) Part 2

November 23, 2014

Part 2 of LifeNets 2014 summer camp in Vinogradov, Ukraine where we have worked since 2001.

Vinogradov, Ukraine 2014 LifeNets Summer Camp “Kashtan” (Chestnut) Part 1

November 23, 2014

For six summers LifeNets has helped support a camp for street children and orphans in Vinogradov.  Our Ukrainian friends made this fantastic video of the LifeNets 2014 summer camp.  Part 2 is coming.

Here’s a Favorite Post of Ours from the Past

November 20, 2014

First photo reports of our convoy from Mindanao to Leyte helped by LifeNets to provide relief for Typhoon victims.  Thank you for your support.…/


LifeNets Scholarship Reports from Chile and Guatemala

November 10, 2014

LifeNets scholarship page reports from our Chile and Guatemala students

BeadforLife Marketplace Raises Money for LifeNets

November 3, 2014







We thank Suzan Johns in Ephrata, PA for her loving and charitable ways. Her BeadforLife Marketplace is helping raise funds for LifeNets projects. Thank you. Please visit her market below.

Australian Young Adults Card Program Raises $1106 in Bend, Oregon

November 2, 2014

Australian young adults fundraising Card Program helps raise $1106 for LifeNets projects in Brazil and Guatemala. We appreciate this very much. Read story