Since 2005, WFCH has been providing adults and teens the opportunity to give back and make a difference through humanitarian mission trips to orphanages, hospitals and safe houses around the world.
On these rewarding international humanitarian trips, the WFCH team offers soul care and many forms of support; from love, acceptance and support, to giving of our time and resources. Our global volunteers assist in building schools and homes worldwide. We also bring needed supplies, love and unwavering support to children who are sick or suffering from life-threatening diseases by playing games that are imaginative and transformative. We also join forces with other nonprofits that are doing similar work.
Watch these collection of videos from some of our previous global volunteer trips to gain some insight and inspiration into the important work that we do.
Through her extensive SoulBlazing™ travels, Lisa shares opportunities to learn about, and contribute toward, individuals and organizations that seek to eliminate those boundaries that impede our progress toward education, human compassion and global citizenship.
Find out why Lisa feels that travel is a right of passage and what you can expect when you volunteer for a global humanitarian mission trip with WFCH. In it, you will see clips from her journey to Lake Natron in Tanzania, including a popped tire in the middle of the plains!
Lisa Haisha partnered with the Women of Global Change for a humanitarian volunteer a trip to Costa Rica where she was happy to be of service to a local community and school. They helped paint the school and enjoyed interacting with the children.
During the humanitarian volunteer trip to Costa Rica, Lisa chose to bring her young daughter, Ava, with her. Both Lisa and Ava helped in the volunteer efforts for the orphanage and had a great time, watch Lisa’s point-of-view about traveling with kids.
Lisa shares how her experiences learning about how the Masai discipline their children taught her how privileged many of us are. Travel is a great mechanism that teaches us about how lucky (and spoiled) we are by comparing ourselves to other cultures.
This trip to Cambodia was where Lisa and her husband Lee found the initial inspiration to launch the Whispers From Children’s Hearts Foundation. Watch this video to see some of the footage they shot at the orphanage from their trip.
Lisa travels the world to learn about different cultures through their children. The orphanage in Peru was a more difficult and unique experience because the children were deaf and mute. Through sign language and quality time she earns their trust.
Lisa Haisha visits the SOS Orphanage in Cairo where the financial and social situation of those coming from rural areas has become increasingly difficult and precarious, and the number of orphaned and abandoned children has continued to increase.
Lisa Haisha traveled to the spiritual center of Damanhur to meet the inhabitants and investigate the world-famous temples. She speaks with its founder, Falco, about finding one’s passion and leaving a legacy.
Lisa Haisha gains inspiration from the Pyramids that took 20-30 years to build by hand. Imagine. If we didn’t have so much to do and so many errands to run, in our day to day life, what could we build? What would our legend be?
Lisa Haisha, Hollywood Therapist, Spiritual Correspondent and Humanitarian takes you into the hearts and souls of people in Iraq – how they live and think.
Give to children in need around the world and help us provide valuable resources, unconditional love and soul care to the kids who need it the most. Every donation and moment of your time counts to the greater good!