Meeting humanitarian needs to relieve suffering.
Generating hope through opportunities to become self-sufficient.
Working on the basis of mutual respect, honor and dignity with recipients and donors.
Delivering services through local leaders whom we know and trust.
Being culturally sensitive in the type and amount of aid we deliver.
Leveraging donations by partnering with organizations who sell us their products at a fraction of the wholesale cost.
Using governmental services such as the U.S. Defense and State Departments to defray costs of container shipments.
Creating a circle of ongoing benefits. In many cases recipients are able to pass on aid, training and services to others. They are living examples of “Passing on the Gift” to their communities. This preserves individual dignity and reinforces the practice of giving to others.