About Us

The Humanitarian Foundation of Salvation, Inc. (HFS) started in montreal, Quebec in Canada in order to help those in the need in rural, third-world nations, especially rural Africa, HFS, through churches and other not-for-profit organizations, revitalizes small clinics with medical equipments, medicines, wheel Chairs. Recently, HFS has done extensive work in East D R Congo and Angola. Plans have been finalized to expand into South Soudan, Guinea, Nigeria, North Africa, and South African Countries, just to name a few. Please see our Mission Statement.


Mr. Phillip Nkongola has been the President of The HFS Inc. in the United State since 2006. He was the elected International President for all Humanitarian Foundation of Salvation Inc., with operations in Canada, Europe, and Africa.

Phillip has a Master of Science degree in Political Science, International Relations from Indiana State University. He had already attained his Bachelor of Arts, with double majors in Economics and Foreign Languages from the same university.

He speaks six languages.

Phillip was trained and certified by the State of Indiana as a Case worker and also in Child Protection Services.

He was adjunct faculty at Indiana State university, Department of Foreign Langauages, and was also adjunct faculty at Indiana Wesleyan Universty (Economics).

Phillip was also trained In Israel, Haifa, at Mount Carmel. Community development, David Pinsky. (Small Business). He has served as President of the Labor Union of Congolese Teachers and Social workers (Federation des enseignants et des educateurs sociaux du DRC). He has also served as the principal of the Presbyterian School in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Phillip continues to have a passion to advocate for the poor and middles classes.


Mr. Aggrey Asava is the regional director in Indiana for the Humanitarian Foundation of Salvation, Inc. Aggrey has a business background in running supermarkets, convenience stores, and his own business. He has varied experience in marketing, supervision, management, and human resources gained through at Marsh Supermarkets and the McDonald's Corporation, where he served in various management capacities.

Aggrey was a long-time volunteer for the Urban League in Indianapolis and Anderson, Indiana, where he served on the Committee for Voter Education and Registration.

He is currently the president of Andimi Imadioli (Midwest Chapter), an organization that promotes business and general welfare of impoverished people in Western Kenya through small business incubation. Aggrey also serves on the board of the Andimi National organization.

He earned a bachelors degree in business and a masters degree in International
Economics from Indiana State University. An interest in the medical field led him to Ivy Tech Community College into the field of Nursing where he earned a certificate as a licensed Practical Nurse. He is now a Registered Nurse.


Dr. Patrick Mukadi, M.D. serves HFS as our representative in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Dr. Mukadi is a medical doctor who has been in practice for 7 years, specializing as an OBGYN. Dr. Mukadi served for 3 years as Director of General Hospital of refereces of Kinkanda/ at Province of Bas-Congo, it is located 2 hours away from the Capital, Kinshasa, where you find the large international Port of Congo, Matadi.

He is currently the President/CEO of ONG/Barnabas. He is also partner with the Congolese government as a member of Polyclinic Polypax, member of Citizens from Grand Kasai, who reside in the Province of Bas Congo, and also president of a soccer team called FC.OCC. He is also an executive member of well being, health, and social living conditions in Bas-Congo. He is chairman of the International Pentecostal Church (EPI).


Mrs. Jeannie Shaw volunteers as the communications director for HFS inc. She is a full-time graphic designer responsible for creating USA Gymnastics and Technique magazines for USA Gymnastics, headquartered in Indianapolis. Jeannie came to Indianapolis in 2004 as part of a team from St. Louis, Missouri to help support her pastor and his wife in growing a newly-planted church, then later to establish a second church plant--Life Church--in Wayne Township, both churches continue to grow and thrive. She eventually met her husband Dave, and they were married in October of 2008. They later felt called by the Lord to join Northview Church in Carmel. Dave passed away unexpectedly in June of 2013. Jeannie continues to be active in several ministry areas at Northview.