Family is the foundation of many generations. Hence, a strong family makes up a strong nation. We believe that as a nation we are so dependent on on the strength of our families, which results n our responsibility to develop stronger and healthier families. FDSF delivers both home and abroad comprehensive array of services to families by offering programs and services that assist in the enhancement of the socioeconomic independence of the family unit, and aid in the positive growth and development of youth. Specific youth development goals are tools required for young people to succeed academically, socially, and economically in the 21st century. Our vision is to provide comprehensive youth development strategy through FSDF’s Youth Institute for Productivity and Development (YIPD), which is aimed directly for prevention, promotion, productivity, and preparation of our youth. In turn, this will improve the lives and prospects of America’s youth and others in underserved nations of the world.
The Samaritan Foundation portion of FDSF fosters hope and reformation in children, youth, singles, and vulnerable families by prescribing the multitude of counsel by God’s Word through crisis intervention programs such as seminars, conventions, family education, marriage conferences and symposia. Furthermore, FDSF provides the youth with the environment needed to equip them with the skills, training and resources necessary to be successful in various aspects. Additionally, we address parenting skills, childcare, mentoring and social development, consumer education, and stress management.
Below are a list of goals we want to achieve and have achieved
- We are dedicated to helping the less fortunate, especially vulnerable children, youth, and families.
- Organize high-impact medical and dental outreaches.
- Extend God’s hands and feet through the Church of Jesus Christ to feed, teach and serve vulnerable children displaced by war or orphaned by HIV/AIDS.
- Support at risk individuals and families.
- Mobilize dominion prayers for youth, singles, families, and every individual.
- Compassionately respond in a holistic manner to meeting the spiritual, emotional, physical, and educational needs of individuals and families.
- Construct schools and farms to support AIDS orphans and entire villages.
- Distribute materials such as fertilizers to promote agricultural endeavors.
- Send AIDS orphans to school to help break the cycle of HIV.
- Give financial support to pay for children’s food, clothing, and medical needs.
- Provide sex education and HIV/AIDS prevention workshops to adolescents.
- Provide counseling to single mothers, those who are on the verge of divorce or involved in trafficking, child labor, abuse, prostitution, or the other socio-economic problems of their community.
- Challenge harmful traditional practices.
- Organize seminars, workshops, and lectures aimed at strengthening the family unit.