About Us


Path of Life Foundation originally emerged in 2010 as founder Apostle Dennis Awuku Welbeck began donating to needy families and children in villages across Ghana. The Canadian Chapter was established June 15th, 2018. Their main contributions to date include collaborating with the Ghanaian social welfare department to rehabilitate 20% of street children in 2019. They have also supported 500 widowed women and children through financial donations which resulted in Christmas hampers and clothes. As well as free health care to children throughout the 2020 pandemic at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. Having grown from a humble Christian background, Path of Life Foundation has achieved increasing recognition in Ghana and hopes to do the same in Canada for all the members of the community.


Path of Life Foundation is a Christian Organization with the desire to create a world of support and peace to the less fortunate across the world. We are open to support the community regardless of background, religion, or gender. We are committed to working with young and old living with disabilities and/or health issues. Our focus is that we are a Christian community focused development and advocacy. Working to create lasting change, partner with families, children & their communities.


Mobilized to share hope wherever there is hardship. Transformational development that is community-based and sustainable, focused especially on the needs of children and the less fortunate. Partnership with churches to contribute to spiritual and social transformation. Public awareness that leads to informed understanding, giving, involvement , and prayer. Witness to Jesus Christ by life, deed, word, and sign that encourages people to respond to the Gospel.


  • To establish and operate a community centre to be used for workshops, programs, athletics, drama, art, music, handicrafts, hobbies and recreation for the benefit of the general public.
  • To provide education, counselling and other support services for immigrants and refugees in need, including language instructions, employment training, job search programs, translation services and information programs on Canadian culture and life.
  • To provide assistance to needy persons in drafting resumes, searching for employment and preparing for job interviews.
  • To establish, maintain and operate an employment training centre for needy unemployed and low skilled workers.
  • To provide counselling to needy persons experiencing long-term unemployment 
  • To develop employment training and education programs for needy persons
  • To provide literacy programs and classes to members of the public
  • To develop and provide education and training programs to persons who will conduct literacy training