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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

129 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Many children in my parish were helped by fr Bala, India through school fees, uniform, books, note books to the children. He also said because of the help he received from Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance. I rate their charity and help as precious. thanks a lot. Jose

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am Rev. Fr. Tom Amati Walter at Arua Diocese in Uganda. MQAN is my best friend among the nonprofits. They are sponsoring Five needy girls from my village Ocodri through Sr. Teddy Joyce, so many orphans at Obi Parish through Fr. Joseph Ssebyala, funded water project in Utuambari Catholic Parish through Fr. Angualia James and have promised to fund our regional hospital- Kuluva with funds to construct a "Grotto" as prayer center through Merla for the sick and the dying who are under my care... God bless MQAN, Long live!.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am Fr. Tom Walter Amati, one of the Missionary friends of Mary Queen of all Nations Missionary Alliance in Uganda. I wish you all the best of this Month of of October, through the intercession of our blessed mother Maria, and also the best of the forth coming Feasts of All Saints, and All Souls in November. May all the Saints intercede for all the charity organizations, that they may bring more joy to the needy in the world.

I send a vote of thanks to MQAN missionary alliance for its enormous support to the poor parts of the world. I appreciate their offers for the formation of the young seminarians who are the future priests, serving God in His people, also for the young girls in convents as religious sisters. I have witnessed many orphans receiving help from this group for their education, in Uganda through Fr. Joseph and else where. This group offers Mass stipends allover the world to intercede through MASS/ PRAYERS for the sick, poor, troubled, head etc. many of the prayer requests bring miracles in the lives of many.

If i had material and financial wealth, i would really be of help to this group so that they reach out to many suffering people all over the world, irrespective of color, race and religion. Asa simple man of God, i will always support the in my daily Mass/Prayers so that God brings more donors to strengthen them in their missionary and pastoral support for the many unpreveleged all over the world.
MAY GOD BLESS MARY QUEEN OF ALL NATIONS MISSIONARY ALLIANCE!! Blessed Mother Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces, PRAY FOR US!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Thank you is an understatement for the things you've done for our country, Philippines. You helped many filipino's. May god bless you and please continuing helping everyone. Thank you so much!

4 Owen N.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

this organization really helps the needy for 30 yrs now. it is so nice there are still people or organization that has the determination and passion to help people.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

As a member of the public, I wholeheartedly appreciate the great work Mary Queen of all Nations is doing for the poor around the world. From food to education and beyond, this charity walks the walk. 100% of donations are used to help the poorest of the poor. I fully support this charity and thank them for their service.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Merla founder of MQAN Missionary Alliance is a very loving person who work very hard to share Christ love through out the world. She touches the lives of poor people in many nation. Great non-profit organization !!!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This selfless non-profit does wonderful work for some of the poorest populations in the world. Virtually 100% of donations are used to benefit the families fortunate enough to receive their assistance.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

dedicated board of directors - passionate about helping others!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

One day while visiting my mother I heard her telling my nephew (7yr old) how some children in the world go to bed at night hungry. He wanted to know why their parents don't feed them. My mother explain that perhaps their parents didn't have work or worse these children didn't have parents. She went on to tell him about how she worked with on organization that helped get food to many of these children and would he like to help. Just a little of money from his allowance would help. He said " Ok Nana I'll give them five dollars from my bank." It was enough to make me come up with a donation also. My mother went on to explain how this organization spends every cent donated to help the poor. That made me increase my donation.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

A living saint that has been helping the poor for 29 years. she deserves great support!