Vision and Mission


The LFAF endeavours to
Support and empower young people at risk by engaging them in various projects that will help build their self-esteem and resilience.

Validate the selfless work of Care Givers and to assist them to identify and overcome empathy fatigue and burn out.

Provide food support to economically marginalised communities by establishing sustainable community food gardens.

Provide school and adult based computer literacy programmes.


The LFAF strives to empower marginalised young people and communities to rise above their circumstances and become beacons of hope in a vibrant democratic South Africa.


Anthony and Carole Record received the 2010 International Philanthropy to South Africa Award.
The Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards were established by The South African Institute for Advancement in 2007 to acknowledge, celebrate and profile those who have committed their personal resources towards broader social development in
South Africa.


The LFAF is honoured to have Emeritus Archbishop Desmond Tutu as its Patron. Together we share a commitment for justice, the poor and vulnerable people. Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a South African Anglican cleric and theologian who is the recipient of many awards, among other, the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize, Ghandi Peace Prize (2007) and Sydney Peace Prize (1997). He is known for his work as an anti-apartheid and
human rights activist.