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Samantha Foster

Lifehouse Project was born through the suffering and trauma of one woman's life in hopes of ending the violence and abuse for every child and woman. We are united as one family and one society, world-wide, to create a change that is now known as the Lifehouse Project movement.
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THE UNSPOKEN NORM!

The Lifehouse Project is more than a mission and refuge, we are a movement. A beacon of hope to those who are suffering, violated and living below human dignity.

Domestic violence, child abuse, and human trafficking are a typical silent conversation across every nation. Victims are shamed, labeled, and are trained not to speak. We live in fear every day of our lives. Society has shut us up and shut us out. Over half of our children and women are abused and violated every year. Meaning abuse is the unspoken norm in every society. No longer will we be unseen, swept under a rug, or shamed.

Open your eyes and see us. We sit next to you in your car, train, bus, and work. We are standing next to you in the grocery aisle, bank line, and elevators. We are serving you in your companies, teaching your children, and serving you, your meals at restaurants.

Everywhere you see, we are there. WE no longer stand in the shadows, but we are coming out in the sunlight to grow and heal. WE are no longer to be shut up, but instead, hear our voices sing the cries of suffering. WE will no longer be ignored and shamed but will stand in front of you in our torturous glory.

Why I started Lifehouse Project?

Being a survivor of child abuse and domestic violence, I wanted to give a fighting chance to women and children to live a life that is free from violence and the entrapment of abusers.

Seeing how childhood abuse shaped the lives of my loved one’s gives me courage and tenacity for continuous action in  what may seem impossible challenges and make it possible.  ERADICATING ABUSE.

How I started it?

In 2020, during the Covid-19 epidemic, I had the opportunity to start my purpose and vision of Lifehouse Project, Inc. Putting pen to paper, I started my business plan and created the Articles of Corporation, By Laws and filing of 1023 for 501(C)(3) status.

Money was tight so I didn’t have professional help. It was hard work and I was nervous as I hit the submit button and prayed for the best and prepared for the worst. REMEMBER – DO IT EVEN IF YOUR SCARED!

What excited me about launching the Lifehouse Project?

Getting that 501(c)(3) status letter in the mail was a day of tearful joy. It was my green light to go forth and start a movement and fill in the gaps to assist other non-profits in the healing of victims and survivors and to take the strategic steps to stop child abuse.

Our target audience that I founded the Lifehouse Project for

  1. Victims who are currently trying to escape their circumstances and seeking a way out
  2. Survivors  who are looking for ways to be involved and be that hero in whatever capacity they can for other victims and
  3. Big businesses who are looking to invest in a purpose that aligns with their core values and to be a part of a global change that will impact every community and society.

Our programs and services provides

  • Victims –  triage centers, long term housing solutions and a 4-pillar program that is one to three years long, that will bring them from victimized, to a survivor story to thriving and owning their life.
  • Survivors – a way for them to volunteer and give to a cause that is personal to them, they can be proud of being involved in, and satisfies that internal flame of doing something that is bigger than them.
  • Big businesses –  giving them a chance to be involved in a movement and a cause that affects their businesses financially, their communities well-being and societies on a global scale. They can feel good about where their tax dollars are spent.

The one thing that I wished I would have known when I was younger?

I lived my whole life in domestic violence that stemmed from childhood abuse. I wish I knew or had the tools and resources to understand why, how and what I needed to get out of that pattern and lifestyle and never go back. Like so many victims, we find the help limited, only offering small band aids for a wound that needs stitches, the gaping whole is left open to all kinds of diseases and parasites.

We find ourselves back into the same situation due to poor health, depression and mental health issues, being disconnected from our higher selves/God and not having the financial resources for basic living needs.We need to rip off the bandages and start aggressively applying pressure and cleaning the infections out of the womb so victims and survivors have a chance to heal and live a life of freedom and hope.

I truly believe I would still have my mother today, I would have been able to provide a safe environment for my children free from abuse, and have a strong connection with my siblings and family if someone would have stepped in and intervened, if we had these tools and resources to heal and show us a different life was possible.

Contact Samantha Foster

My service is about people and what they will get out of it. I will meet them where they are at.
Address
2801 S 43rd St. Franklin, Milwaukee
Phone
414-214-0362
414-200-0039
Email
info@konstrakt.com
peter.wright@konstrakt.com

Samantha up close

My service is about people and what they will get out of it. I will meet them where they are at.
  • Professional experience
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Projects

Leadership
I’ve always found myself in leadership roles. I’m good at helping people find what they are best at. One time there was this crisis. A shipment had gone awry and we were about to be swamped with angry customers. We had about five minutes to prepare. Everyone was nervous and didn’t know what to do to get ready. It was chaos. There wasn’t a real leader because we were all at the same level, so I just took the reins. I put our best communicators at the front line, and then a few of us stayed in back to try to mitigate the problem. It was a long day, but we were all dedicated to figuring out the problem. It was a rush.

Accounting
One area you may consider doing it yourself instead of hiring it out is accounting. If you have an accounting background and a solid understanding of business finances, this may be a good place to cut costs. However, if you lack experience in managing the books of a business and expect to learn as you go, you should think twice. Managing your own accounting system incorrectly can hurt your business not only now, but also in the long-term.

Media
Former radio personality and radio department trainer:

  • Hosted live radio entertainment program to 11K+ member audience
  • Coordinated, planned and conducted live interviews with local leadership to disseminate information, policy changes and community news
  • Directly trained, coached and oversaw on-air staff on radio operations, conduct and department procedures
  • Created, edited and oversaw quality-control for commercial programming
  • Directed staff for promotion marketing and campaigns
  • Scheduled staff for remote broadcasts and appearances
  • Generated reports on extra office duties and training procedures

Entrepreneurship is the ability and readiness to develop, organize and run a business enterprise, along with any of its uncertainties in order to make a profit. The most prominent example of entrepreneurship is the starting of new businesses.

Credibly innovate granular internal or “organic” sources whereas high standards in web-readiness. Energistically scale future-proof core competencies vis-a-vis impactful experiences. Dramatically synthesize integrated schemas with optimal networks.

Interactively procrastinate high-payoff content without backward-compatible data. Quickly cultivate optimal processes and tactical architectures. Completely iterate covalent strategic theme areas via accurate e-markets.

WOMEN SURVIVORS: Survivors of domestic violence demand a significant voice and role in policy reform! · Hold abusers accountable for their actions.

CHILDREN FIRST: Advocates and allied professionals working with children and youth exposed to domestic violence. A recent national survey found that 1 in 6 (16.3%) children aged 0-17 years had witnessed an assault between their parents over their lifetime, and 6.2% had witnessed this violence within the previous year. Among the oldest group (14-to 17-year-olds), more than one-third (34.6%) had witnessed a parental assault in their lifetime.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: Survivors of sex and trafficking are resilient. The project is combatting modern slavery and expanding survivors’ access to justice.

MENTAL HEALTH: The project is a multi-agency effort to improve the experiences of domestic violence survivors with mental health concerns. The members help make services for survivors more accessible, holistic, and effective as well as strengthen collaboration between service providers.

ADULT CAREER DEVELOPMENT: A career program for domestic violence survivors where local and national providers are dedicated to developing effective adult education, work, and career services for survivors of domestic violence.

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