The Lifeshape foundation is a charitable organization associated with Chick-fil-A Inc. and a sister foundation to the WinShape foundation. Lifeshape began in 2005 under the leadership of John White and his wife, Trudy Cathy White, the daughter of Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A.
The foundation hosts three separate ministries: IMPACT 360, The Summit at Fort Payne, and Communities in Transformation (CIT).
IMPACT 360 is a nine month gap year program for young people aged 18–20. The program focuses on biblical worldview, vocational calling, and leadership. Its campus is located in Pine Mountain, GA outside of Atlanta, and aims for 20-25 students to participate in a living and learning community. The program also includes a one month International Experience abroad. The program provides 15 hours of college credit through a partnership with Union University.
Located in Fort Payne, Alabama, the Summit is a remodeled home that was formerly owned by a member of the band Alabama and now serves as a place of respite and renewal for pastors and other Christian leaders.