Letter from the Founder
On behalf of the Share for Life Foundation, I would like to thank you for your interest in our organization. My inspiration and vision extend from the greatness of the leaders and legends who have committed their lives to pave the way for freedom and equality for and among all people. My passion is fueled by the need of those who live below the poverty level to become self-sufficient, productive members of society. Life is not always fair and we understand this and in a non-judgmental space, Share for Life’s commitment and goal is to provide the necessary resources, education, and information to inner-city communities.
Share for Life is committed to promote and produce “edutainment” that conveys positive, accurate messages and images. S4L programs are designed to create solutions that allow youths to own their future. How do we do this? We treat poverty as a disease and some of the symptoms of poverty are violence, depression, and helplessness. Some of the ways we address poverty is by nurturing the minds creatively through performing arts, encouraging analytical thought process, developing critical thinking and sharpening problem-solving skills. We can also customize programs to fit the specific needs of a group.
Share for Life programming also addresses the expanding population of our beloved senior citizens. Our programs provide practical support that empowers our older adults to remain active and viable members of the community. Staying active physically as well as mentally are the key ingredients to healthy aging. S4L senior programs raise the quality of life for our seniors in a fun and interactive way. We are fierce advocates of the elderly and are dedicated to raising the awareness of the issues that plague this population.
I am confident if opportunities and resources are shared with a community then like a phoenix rising, the community has a fighting chance to beat the odds. Share for Life is not only an organization but it should also be your way of life.
Nelson Mandela said it best, “As long as poverty, injustice and gross inequality exist in our world, none of us can truly rest.”
Janine N. Saulsbury