1 in 10 people live in extreme poverty.


We figured out how to change that

through Village Self-Reliance

Recent News

Partnership with the Light the World Giving Machines

The Christmas season has arrived, and with it comes the annual Light the World global Christmas initiative, launched to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and encourage people to serve others during this season. This year, Care for Life has partnered with the...

Care for Life Featured on ABC4

Exciting things continue to happen at Care for Life. Recently Brad Andrews, a Care for Life board member, appeared in a segment on ABC4 News called Good Things Utah. Brad discussed becoming involved with Care for Life and his trip to Mozambique earlier this year....

Mozambique National Director Speaks at Events Across Utah

Solomon Malidadi, CFL Mozambique National Director, has been involved with Care for Life almost from its inception. He plays a key role in the organization’s success with his boots on the ground, serving in Mozambique. He oversees the staff, volunteers, and villages,...

Maternal Deaths Cut By


We END the cycle of poverty.

We stay until the cycle of self-reliance BEGINS.

Unlike traditional non-profits, Care for Life’s comprehensive community-led approach to teaching crucial life-skills, makes communities stronger, which allows families that were the poorest of the poor become healthy and self-reliant.

As proven in a 5 year, 3rd party study. See the research: 5 Year Study

Infant Deaths Cut By



Care for Life approaches each community it serves with a unique multidisciplinary approach. From sanitation, to farming, and education, we recognized that each of these crucial elements were imperative for the community’s ability to sustain themselves long after we had completed our work.

Help a family receive education, personalized local mentorship, and many more programs such as literacy education, goal setting, gardening, income generation, children’s club, and many more.