Life Is Fulfilled by Enlightenment
A Forum for Life

A Forum for LIFE, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 New York & California based non-profit corporation with Public Charity status.


A Forum for LIFE, Inc. was established to promote the health, safety and well-being of all people by presenting education and training programs designed to assist participants in helping others in need.

In Community Partnership with organizations such as; the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, the NYC Board of Education, the Department of Youth & Community Development, the Department of Homeless Services and Early Learn NYC we offer vital financial support for Professional Development.

As an Authorized Provider for the Emergency Care & Safety Institute, A Forum for LIFE provides all levels emergency response training such as CPR with A.ED. & First Aid certification. Community based organizations, schools, daycare centers, individuals of low to moderate income, women in need, and at risk youth are among those who benefit from our mission. 

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Phone: 718-759-9013

All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

Key facets that foster self-actualization include family stability, solid academic background, career goals, healthy lifestyle and mental hygiene. Participants gain strong core values and solid foundations for productive living through these programs:

  • Academic Tutoring & Mentoring Programs
  • Adult CPR with A.E.D. & Advanced First Aid
  • CPR for the Professional Rescuer with A.E.D.
  • Pediatric & Adult CPR with A.E.D.
  • Culinary Arts & Nutrition Classes
  • Early Childhood Development Programs
  • Fatherhood Initiatives
  • Financial Planning
  • Heart Health - Lowering High Blood Pressure
  • Lifeguard Certification & Water Safety Training
  • Literacy
  • Medication Administration Training
  • Pediatric CPR
  • Sports & Recreation Programs / Golf Lessons
  • Stress Management