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At One Life Foundation, our commitment to positive change is structured around four core pillars, each serving as a guiding principle in our mission:

Our Core Pillars

Empowering individuals and communities through economic initiatives, we strive to break the cycle of poverty by fostering entrepreneurship, creating job opportunities, and promoting financial independence.

We believe in the strength of communities. Through targeted projects and programs, we work to enhance the overall well-being of communities, addressing key needs and fostering a sense of unity and resilience.

Our dedication to sustainable impact is reflected in our projects. We design and implement initiatives with a focus on long-term effectiveness, ensuring that the benefits extend well into the future.

Engaging with and serving our communities is at the heart of our mission. Through proactive outreach efforts, we connect with individuals, understand their needs, and provide support that is both meaningful and tailored to the unique challenges they face.

These pillars form the foundation of our work, guiding us as we strive to make a lasting and positive impact in the lives of those we serve.

Our Litmus Test

At One Life Foundation, our litmus test serves as a deliberate and thoughtful process before embarking on any project. Guided by our core pillars, we ensure that our efforts are impactful, sustainable, and aligned with our mission. Here are the questions we ask:

Does it speak to a foundational pillar?

We assess whether the project aligns with our core pillars of Economic Development, Community Development, Project Sustainability, and Community Outreach.

Is it self-sustainable or are there funds available?

Sustainability is key. We evaluate whether the project has the potential to be self-sustaining or if adequate funding is available to support its continued success.

Is there a champion for this project?

A passionate advocate is essential. We inquire whether there is a dedicated champion or team committed to driving the project forward.

Will it advance the kingdom?

Grounded in our faith, we ask if the project contributes to advancing the principles of love, compassion, and justice, reflecting the values of the kingdom.

Does it meet a need?

Projects should address tangible needs within the community. We evaluate whether the initiative directly meets a pressing need and enhances the overall well-being of individuals.

Is it replicable?

We consider the scalability of the project. Assessing whether the model can be replicated allows us to extend our impact to new locations and communities.

Through this litmus test, we ensure that each project undertaken by One Life Foundation is intentional, sustainable, and poised to make a positive and lasting difference in the lives of those we serve.

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