Welcome to AL Foundation
heal our land
We are a South African Christian charity founded in 2011, motivated by compassion and social well-being i.e. medical, education and bursary support, food and shelter assistance, disaster relief, and all other activities beneficial to the public interest and or common good through raising of funds, the formation of long- and short-term partnerships and solicitation of sponsorships. Pastor Alph Lukau.
Our partners are individuals and or organizations who are associated with us in our endeavors, helping us reach the set short-, and long-term goals and objectives. We treasure all our partners and value their relationships.-Pastor Alph Lukau
Our donors are any person who gives or donates to our causes, i.e. a gift of any kind. We respect and cherish all our donors.
Our sponsors are individuals and or organizations that finance our different projects through different methods. We maintain an extensive relationship, accountability, good stewardship and excellence with our sponsors throughout each event. Pastor Alph Lukau
AL Foundation went down to Durban, KwaZulu-Natal to give much needed donations to the victims of the floods. The donations were received by the Mayor of eThekwini.
AL Foundation Projects
South African COVID-19 pandemic
Our country, like the rest of the world is grappling with the effects of the Covid19 pandemic which saw the President of the Republic of South Africa announcing a complete economic and social lockdown of the country on the 26th March to date with gradual levels but still with tight regulations. Pastor Alph Lukau
Mozambique Cyclone Relief
The AL Foundation and Alleluia Ministries International extended a helping hand to the survivors of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique as it is always done to any other victims of natural disasters. According to the Word of God, faith without works is no faith at all. (James 2:14-17).
Every weekend we find ourselves with hundreds of children from different walks of life at our church premises, coming along with their families to AMI to fellowship. More than half of these children are sent without necessities such as lunch packs, toiletries, and proper/adequate clothing. Alph Lukau