Rating: 5 stars   1 review

Issues: International, Economic Development, Microfinance

Location: 41 Milton Avenue Suite 301 Alpharetta GA 30009 USA

Target demographics: Individuals living on less than $2 per day and "at risk" populations in developing countries around the world.
Programs: Defy Thirst: a program to provide clean water to individuals in need: Defiant Medical: Providing basic healthcare to those who can't afford it in developing countries
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Rating: 5 stars  

DefiantMissions is a great organization that is working hard to make a difference in the world. My wife and I have been giving to this organization for a little over a year now. It has been fun to watch them accomplish a ton in a short amount of time and also to see them working to make the best use of time and resources.

The organization is young, as is its leaders - but they have huge potential for the future and will do great things. They are young people who have decided to not just talk about changing the world, but actually doing it!

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hearing the stories of what they are doing in countries around the world. We have not been able to take a trip with the organization as of yet, but we hear and see incredible things that are taking place to reach the needy in the world.

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People have basic needs that need to be met. Its simple - everyone in the world should have access to clean water.

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