Our vision is to create programs to impact and empower underserved communities, focusing on orphan and foster youth. These programs are built to uplift, strengthen and provide confidence by focusing on: 


- Bridging the gap between belief and potential.

- Getting them to see beyond their circumstances. 

- Creating a generation of transitional characters. 


EmpowHER Program 

Fun Fest 


The changes of adolescence can be a big adjustment. Coping with difficult circumstances, bullying or just the ever-increasing social media phenomenon, has allowed us to observe added developmental effects of an already difficult adjustment for girls, beginning in middle school to high school. These influences impact their wellbeing and emotional development, creating anxiety, decreased self-confidence, pressures living up to false appearances, negative self-image, negative body image and depression (just to name a few), and has increased the difficulty for girls to build a healthy foundation for themselves. 

Our first Annual Fun Fest (F.K.A.) KidChella Rocked! 

Come join us, as we prep for our next major event. SIGN UP NOW and get involved to be a part of a life-changing experience for the littles in need of love, encouragement, and celebration. On Saturday, June 12, 2021, In honor of National Children's Day, Godiss Love Foundation, with The U (University Pathways Public Service Academy) in Los Angeles will host the second , First annual Fun Fest to celebrate and honor at-risk children, ages 10 to 17, with a festival, "Godiss Love Fun Fest Summer Kick-Off." 

Back(pack) To School


A program dedicated to providing those in need of school supplies with the tools necessary to be successful in the classroom. We provide pre-assembled backpacks filled with essential school supplies or deliver bulk supplies to host a backpack-building event. 

Toy Drive 


To many kids, the holiday season means presents, parties and fun with family and friends. However, the reality is that many kids won't have a Christmas this year. Coming from broken homes with little or no money, these kids are often lucky to receive a hot meal, let alone a brightly-wrapped gift.