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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Disaster Aid, Education, Human Services, International, International Development, Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief

Mission: 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.

Results: 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.

Target demographics: 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

Programs: 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.

Community Stories

73 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

For more than a decade now, I am the laiason, of the charity of Mary Queen of all Nations Missionary Alliance's donations for the poor and scholarship for poor and deserving students here in the Philippines, specifically in the Province of Iloilo. At Present there are 20 students in the Dominican College of Iloilo, and another ten students studying in the different schools and colleges in the province and in Iloilo City. Thanks to MQAN mission, there will be a bright future for these children.

Sr. Michaela Suresca, O.P.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

This organization has exceeded our expectation as far as helping people from Uganda, Philippines, India and many more. Fr zoilo's parish received help monetary for their projects i.e.: installing 5 water pumps for 5 different barrios in the Philippines, sound speaker for a church in India, irrigation system for Uganda, college funds for indigent students, building houses for those that was hit by devastating typhoon and many more. Good organization to support.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Helping the web site of maryqueenof allnations.org provides me all the knowledge and information of their current project and events the organization is doing. The members were able to get funds to provide to Fr. Kibeti of Uganda for their church roof, doors and windows as well as Fr. Zoilo from the Philippines for their 5 artesian wells for the poor. In fact it is all noted at their website as 2015 projects that need to be completed and they are still on struggle to find more donors to help them accomplished their mission. The organization is excellent as they have provided 100%of your donation to the poor.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

This is a great non profitable alliance I ever met! This year my friend received a financial support from this non profitable organization and it was amazing. This alliance truly care for many people especially those who are considered by the society as marginalized. My friend was truly grateful because she was able to make 5 students continue their studies in college and high school. In addition, she was also able to distribute food package to the poor around her town. Lastly, she also received funds to buy goats and raise them as part of self supporting program for the poor. I believe sooner or later this generosity that is given will continue to grow and extend to the people whom the Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance supports. Personally, I am grateful to Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance for supporting my friend. If there is anything I can help in any way I would definitely I would gladly offer my time and resources. God bless you all and please continue your good work and May God bless you in return!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I was a volunteer of MQAN since 2012, I am based in the Philippines. Since then i was able to extend help to many families & students - giving them livelihood projects, tuition aids, hospitalization aids, school supplies, clothes, rice and other valuable help. I am grateful of MQAN for always giving priority in my area especially to the poor but deserving students. I am forever grateful for the extended help both spiritual and monetary to the poor people particularly here in Iloilo, Philippines. God Bless you MQAN!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

i am one of the volunteers here in the Philippines who helped MQAN distribute their help to those who are in need, it may be in kind or monetary forms, i am grateful for the trust given to me and i am happy meeting people and listening to them on behalf of MQAN...

i am also one of the recipients, recently my mother was hospitalized and undergo operations in the right leg and in the throat. MQAN did not hesitate to send help as soon as i ask their monetary assistance... i am very grateful and forever indebted to you..God bless! and more power!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've had the pleasure volunteering for this organization over the last 3 years. I have been impressed with the dedication and commitment of my fellow volunteers toward assisting the poor around the world. An important aspect of the operation is that our benefactors are informed exactly how their contributions were used to help the needy.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been a volunteer to this organization and I fully enjoyed their generosity to the poor. Hope they will get more funds as their project keep increasing every year and their funds is too low to support everyone.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This non profit MARY QUEEN OF ALL NATIONS MISSIONARY ALLIANCE is being run by volunteers and none of them is paid for their time spent with the organization. Consequently 100 % of all funds received are given to beneficiaries of the alliance. Personally, I would rather contribute to this type of organization wherein all funds are used directly to help with the charity than to pay hundreds of thousand dollars to officials and members of the organizations and small amount of funds left given to the charity.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I'm Melecio Lacsi, one of your beneficiaries here in the Philippines through Sr. Michaela Suresca OP. I would like to say thank you for all the support you have given me. You are such a blessing in my life. You give me hope and courage to finish my studies. May GOD bless you. Thank you so much.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I'm Sammy G. Escasa, one of your beneficiaries. I would like to express my gratitude of saying thank you for supporting my studies. May GOD bless you with all the blessings you shared. May you continue to help others who are in need. Thank you very much.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

"Charity is certainly greater than any rule. Moreover, all rules must lead to charity."
-St. Vincent de Paul

Mary Queen of All Nation really helped me a lot when it comes to my Vocation. The Alliance really made a great part in my life for inspiring me and continue to accompany in my desire in the religious life. I'm really thankful. More Powers to this Alliance. God Bless. :)

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Ave maria Purisima!
Hi I am Jason SeƱeres, a 3rd year BSED student from Dominican College Of Iloilo. I would like to send my grateful appreciation to all of you, for giving us support when we are in the state of calamity during the typhoon Yolanda.