The Lineage Foundation exists to serve. It’s our heartbeat. When our CEO, Richard Williams, initiated the idea, it just made sense to our culture. “One thing I love about the people I work with is that they have huge hearts for helping others,” Williams stated. “So often I would hear of great things our employees were doing in their communities, and I thought – why shouldn’t we come alongside them in their efforts?”
The Lineage Foundation gives back.
Funded with company profits, our foundation was established to serve local, national and international mission projects. We support nonprofits with our financial resources and encourage our employees to share their time, talent and treasures. “Called to Serve” workdays enable our employees to serve others. “We recognize how much we have been blessed, and we want to answer the call to be a blessing to others.” Williams added.
<span style="color: #333333; font-size: 12pt; line-height: 23pt;"Funded with company profits, our foundation was established to serve local, national and international mission projects. We support nonprofits with our financial resources and encourage our teammates to share their time, talent and treasures. Our “Called to Serve” workdays provide for our teammates to use the workday serve others. “We recognize how much we have been blessed, and we want to answer the call to be a blessing to others.” Williams added.
“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.
It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that
will determine the significance of the life we lead.”
– Nelson Mandela
“In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must
help the weak and remember the wordsof the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said,
‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’”
– Acts 20:35
Eduardo. For over twenty years, Eduardo Herrera has been creating wood carvings as a means of supporting his family. The small village where he lives is removed from the major tourist hubs in Belize, so this is not always a steady form of income. By purchasing one of his unique carvings, you are contributing to Eduardo’s means of income which will allow him to meet the financial needs of his family.
Hoskins Park. Hoskins Park Ministries (HPM) is a Christian ministry that seeks to share the love of Christ with disadvantaged and homeless individuals by providing transitional housing facilities, clothing, food and other necessary items. The purpose of HPM is to help men who have been living on the street, or are near homelessness, to get back on their feet as independent God-fearing men by experiencing grace through Jesus Christ (Hoskins Park, 2017).
All Things Possible. After dealing with the overwhelming aftermath in the form of hospital bills in the fall of 2010, Lisa, Founder and Executive Director felt inspired to want to help others going through similar financial hardships due to medical bills. All Things Possible is committed to uniting the community to help wheelchair users in need of safe mobility solutions.