LifeLine International is formed of grass-roots community organisations and NGOs from around the globe, all working together to combat poverty and deprivation. LifeLine International currently works in 17 different countries, running a series of diverse development projects designed to support people from local communities to improve their chances in life.
Based in Dagenham, East London, LifeLine Church was founded in the 1970’s by John Singleton, Chair of LifeLine. The church is a diverse community of people who actively seek God, share His love with one another and serve Him by impacting the local community. LifeLine’s family of charities have their roots in this faith base.
Community Resources works locally in the London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Redbridge and Havering. It creates ‘connecting places’ for the community and cultivates local solutions to local issues; for the community, by the community. Volunteers from the local community are trained and supported to set up and run projects that address the needs of the community.
FaithAction is a national network linking over 2000 faith-based and community organisations who provide public services. FaithAction offers training and support, provides information, and acts as a voice for faith-based organisations to Government.
FaithAction has been a Strategic Partner of the Department of Health’s VCSE programme since its formation. LifeLine Projects is the accountable body for FaithAction.