Whispers from Children’s Hearts Foundation is a 501(c)(3) global non-profit children’s organization working to foster compassion, cross-cultural understanding and financial support to children locally and abroad.
The Whispers from Children’s Hearts Foundation (WFCHF) has many projects that address the emotional and spiritual needs of children’s hearts with music, theatre, singing and Superhero SoulBlazing Capes of Courage!
Through her archetypal superhero characters, Lisa Haisha inspires children to address their greatest challenges with courage, humor and song. She shares, “We are here to play our greatest roles through who we are becoming.”
This type of interactive play addresses the many multi-dimensional attributes of a child’s emotional health and physical wellness, as well as their mind, body and spirit connection. Lisa refers to this as an example of soul care. Through volunteer and humanitarian trips nationally and internationally, the WFCHF seeks to foster compassion and cross-cultural understanding while improving the lives of children dealing with debilitating diseases, as well as orphaned children and their surrounding communities.
We travel the world to orphanages and hospitals offering what we call soul care. We bring volunteers to assist in building schools and homes worldwide. We also bring needed supplies, love and unwavering support to the children by playing games that are imaginative and transformative. We also join forces with other non-profits that are doing similar work.
To learn more about what we do, watch this inspiring video documenting Lisa Haisha’s trip to Cambodia where she visited safe houses for children.
WFCH brings both kids and adults to visit local children’s hospitals as SoulBlazing Caped Crusaders to entertain the children who have cancer. We then give them their own handmade superhero cape, which is filled with love, to wear as they go through their treatments. This results in happier, stronger kids who are filled with hope and a warm heart. Here’s a special song we sing to the children: