CEO Don Stump Featured on Velocity Podcast - Vista Chamber
Episode 2 - Don Stump, Lifeline Community Services CEO Don Stump is a lifelong helper. After growing up in Texas and attending school in Boston, an internship with a juvenile court diversion program changed the course of his life, leading him to a career in non-profit leadership. After 30 years a...
NCPC Lifeline Feature
Incorporated in 1973, Lifeline was founded by community volunteers passionate about making a difference in the lives of local youth. Fifty years later, this remains our focus as we continue to provide cutting-edge, trauma-informed, community-based programming. After 16 dedicated years o...
Foster, homeless youths have a safe place in Vista
VISTA — Everyone needs a place to just chill sometimes, watch TV with friends, play games and surf the internet. Having a nice shaded backyard patio with a couch wouldn’t be bad, either. With help from two county supervisors and a local church, homeless youths and young adult...
JUST IN TIME FOR FOSTER YOUTH AND LIFELINE COMMUNITY SERVICES TO HOST BACKYARD BEAUTIFICATION CELEBRATION
Vista, CA – And Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – Organizations to unveil renovated outdoor space for foster youth and youth at risk or currently experiencing homelessness. WHEN: Tuesday, July 18th from 3:15 – 4:45 PM WHERE: Just in Time for Foster Youth and...
San Diego community-based nonprofits receive grants totaling $10 million from SDG&E
The grants were funded from the SDG&E Community Assistance fund, which is aimed at improving housing stability and food security.
Dedicated Volunteers Receive Awards at Lifeline's Ceremony
By TR Robertson A full house of Lifeline staff members, volunteers, community members and dignitaries filled the large hall at the Lifeline Vista Campus on Wednesday morning to honor both the volunteer nominees and the winners for various service categories who have dedicated hours and hours of vol...
After 16 Years of Service Don Stump to Retire from Lifeline
I am writing today to share some personal news. After 16 dedicated years of serving as CEO, I have decided to retire from Lifeline at the end of this year, December 31, 2023. Over the past decade at least, I have worked closely with many of you in furthering our mission to build self-reliance among...
48 arrests, 8 children rescued in sex trafficking operation in San Diego
Lifeline Community Services Project Life works with human trafficking victims as well. "We do a lot of that crisis intervention and helping them get to safe rooms and find a way to leave the life," said Don Stump, the CEO of Lifeline Community Services. In recent years they've seen...
Skate Rising Partners with Lifeline Youth for Event - February 11
Skate Rising, a youth learning service program that teaches girls 4-18 how to skate and give back to the community, is having the first clinic of the year from 9-11 a.m. on February 11 at the Encinitas Community Park. This month we’ll be teaching local youth how to create a healthy mind and body thr...
Lifeline Highlighted in Quarterly Letter from OCF Board Chair Beverly Holtz
Grantee Spotlight: North County Lifeline After coping with the trials and tribulations of pandemic shutdowns, Lifeline’s Club Crown Heights afterschool program wanted to create something that would bring joy to the dozens of neighborhood kids who participate in the program every school day....