Fulaa Lifeline International

Annandale, VA

Founded: 1998

Tel: (703) 869-5288

Website: http://www.fulaalifeline.org

Top LeaderRev. Samuel Juma

Donor Contact: Mrs. Carol Mount

Member Since: June 30, 2020

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $269,249
   Noncash Donations $6,599
   Other Revenue $1,785
   Total Revenue $277,633
   Total Expenses $256,121
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
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Total Assets $646,465
Total Liabilities $789
Net Assets $645,676
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Fulaa Lifeline International (www.fulaalifeline.org) (Fulaa) was organized in 1998 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation in the State of Virginia. Rev. Samuel Juma and his wife launched Fulaa in an effort to meet the needs of the suffering, displaced people of South Sudan. Pastor Juma continues as the Executive Director of Fulaa. The Board of Directors which governs Fulaa is chaired by Mr. Stephen Nye. Since 1998 Fulaa has served alongside churches to bring the compassion of Jesus Christ to people in great need, especially orphans. Originally from Nimule, South Sudan, the orphans and their caregivers were forced to flee to Uganda when the civil war resumed in 2016. There, Fulaa provides aid through the Cornerstone Children’s Home, education, Christian ministry, health care and related programs including a farm project to improve the children’s diet and for long-term sustainability

Fulaa Lifeline International is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Christian ministry incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Since 1996 Fulaa Lifeline International has been working to meet the needs of children who have become refugees in South Sudan and Uganda.
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