Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance
Rating: 4.95 stars 440 440 reviews
8 Reservoir Ave Dover NJ 07801 USA
1. Support the poor and needy in the world thru established missionaries, e.g. Helping rebuild lives in disaster areas like the Philippine typhoon. Help them improve nutrition, sanitation, shelter, medications, etc. 2. Help the poor and needy stand on their feet thru self-sufficiency projects, e.g. Animal raising like pigs, goats, etc. Income producing such as sewing, carpentry, agriculture, etc. 3. Provide educational support to rise above poverty. 4. 100% of donations used for the poor. No salaries taken. Administration and operational expenses shouldered.
In 29 years, in several countries in Asia, South America, Africa, India, we have provided EDUCATION to thousands of seminarians and secular students who are now ordained priests serving the Church in various capacities and secular students who have graduated in their chosen careers, now have jobs that supports their families, and able to help siblings go to school and some were blessed to be able to go abroad. Hundreds of villages, communities, parishes, families and individuals are able to rise above poverty, now living a decent, better lives because of the self-sufficiency projects we provided to them, raising pigs, goats, buffaloes, lambs, cows, sheep, chickens, sewing machines, agricultural - electrical - carpentry tools, etc. Water tanks and land for agriculture helps the coffee plantation that supports the orphans. The Water Mineral Sheds provided the people with clean water. Water pumps provided water for drinking as well as for irrigation. Chapels, churches, grottos built provided house of worship for the people who otherwise have no place to worship. Toilet facilities provided to schools, parishes and families for sanitation and healthy living. Medical and emergency assistance provided to those victims of disasters such as floods, typhoons, earthquakes. School supplies, basic necessities such as nonperishable food, soaps, toothbrushes, etc. have been provided to hundreds of families. Rice Subsidy provided to hundreds of families. Prison Ministry to hundred of prisons, jails and rehabilitation centers. Help to orphanages and homes for the aged were also provided. Medical equipments, chairs, cabinets, medicines, provided to medical dispensaries in rural areas. Many other assistance provided as well, too numerous to mention here. At the present, in the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda in the Philippines, we are assisting hundreds of families with food, water and basic necessities. We are also helping rebuild the houses, convents and schools that had been destroyed.
the poorest of the poor rise above poverty, have better housing, better education, better health and be able to stand on their own and support their own families
education to both religious and secular students, self-sufficiency projects such as rearing of animals like pigs, goats, rams, sheep, buffaloes, cows, chickens. etc. Transportation projects such as tricycle vans, motorcycles and boats. Self-sufficiency projects such as sewing machines, agricultural tools, knitting machines, carpentry tools. We provide them with housing, medical needs, sanitation by providing them with toilets, emergency funds, beds and bed sheets, tables and chairs, medical equipments to Medical Dispensaries, land and water tanks for irrigation for coffee plantations to support orphans, etc. We help built and/or repair houses, chapels, churches, water mineral sheds. We provide water by providing water pumps and water tanks. We have provided a generator that provided electricity for the whole village. We have sent packages containing basic necessities such as clothing, non-perishable food, soaps, toothpaste,etc, and many more projects too numerous to mention them all.
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Hello my name is Sean and I am in 7th grade. I have met members of this organization many times. They help the poor and needy with 100% of the donations they get. Every single cent they get, they send that and more to the poor. Ms. Ricafranca is such a nice person. When I visited her last time, she had 5 big boxes in her house that she and others were packing to send to the missions in the Philippines. When I found out that they didn't have money to pay for packing and shipping and that Ms. Ricafranca uses her own personal money to pay for these expenses, I felt that I needed to help. So I donated my pocket money. I know that it was not enough, but atleast they could use it. I feel sad when I hear how some people especially children have no food to eat, they don't have books to read, and they don't have simple things like soap and toothpaste. I hope that you will donate to this organization too. Please help them so that they can help others in need.
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