The Living Legacy Foundation (LLF) is a private, family managed, not-for-profit philanthropic organization, that was established in 2018. The mission of LLF is to financially support organizations that are helping those struggling daily with the circumstances of poverty. This includes helping individuals and families, and in particular children, to obtain physical and mental health care and other services, such as food, shelter, clothing and education. LLF encourages innovative and caring solutions to problems in our communities by funding programs that make a life changing and impactful difference in the lives of those they support. We strive to be a force for constructive social change by initiating and investing in efforts that strengthen families and our communities. We value the ability to focus much of our work on those with the least opportunity. We purposefully seek to invest in efforts that enhance opportunity for those who have none. We very purposefully invest in programs that seek to improve the future of those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable. We have hope for the future and are extremely blessed to have the opportunity to walk alongside so many doing such incredible work. 




Richard Hutcheson, Living Legacy Foundation President

Alisha Ballard, Living Legacy Foundation

Alisha is the Vice-President and Executive Director of Living Legacy Foundation, that supports organizations serving people who suffer from poverty, poor health, abuse, lack of education, and a lack of opportunities to better their lives. She holds a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Mount Saint Mary’s University. She is happily married to her husband, Dan, a very talented and accomplished musician and loves to spend time with her two daughters, Savanna (20) and Maddie (16).

Heather McGrath, Living Legacy Foundation Vice-President

Rick Hutcheson, Living Legacy Foundation Vice-President