By Sara Ray,
The 4LIFE Foundation celebrated the recent change to a non-profit organization with a Douglas County Chamber ribbon cutting on Oct. 18 at the Luncheon. Led by Michael Frazier, LPC, they serve Douglas County teens 12 through 17 years old. The 4LIFE Foundation is located at the , 8828 Gurley Road in Douglasville.
The 4LIFE Foundation is a vision that has evolved out of our RUN4LIFE therapeutic running and walking program. Throughout life, many people are searching for the answer(s), but it is truly about asking the right questions. The organization believes everyone has a divine purpose to share with this universe. The intention is to assist our youth in discovering their truth and express themselves authentically by Living In Full Expectation (L.I.F.E.). Their mission is to inspire youth ages 12 to 17 to Live In Full Expectation (L.I.F.E.) through education, the arts, exercise and service.
The 4LIFE Foundation currently houses four individual programs: Red Hill Spirit Award (two college scholarships to Boys and Girls Club teens.) CAMP4LIFE (a therapeutic five-day summer camp for teens that utilizes the arts to inspire teens to Live In Full Expectation (L.I.F.E.)) RUN4LIFE (a therapeutic running and walking program at the Douglas County Boys and Girls Club.) and project1339 (our service program to take 4LIFE youth on an international L.I.F.E. Mission trip to South Africa).
For more information on the 4LIFE Foundation, contact Mike at (678) 697-8634 or visit www.irun4life.org.