i support this charity because every dollar spent goes directly to those it is meant to serve.
it changes lives, and gives hope to those who have no hope.
This organization is my favorite charity. Your donations are well spent on projects such as education, food, medicines, housing, and teaching the poor on becoming self-sufficient.
What I Iove about this charity is that it really helps people learn how to fish rather than just simply giving them fish. It is wonderful to be able to give people a trade where they can help to support their family and build up their community. The projects that this charity funds really helps to improve people's lives.
I am glad to give my review about this organization "MARY QUEEN OF ALL NATIONS MISSIONARY ALLIANCE" I am a catholic priest of Guntur diocese and Executive Director for The Guntur Diocese Social Service and Welfare Society, India. I know this organization for more than two years. In fact this organization had been supporting for my mission in Guntur diocese, especially for constructing sheds for Mineral Water Plants, constructing Toilets and Urinals for RCM Schools. This organization also helps me by sending "Mass-intentions", which I faithfully celebrate the Holy Masses and use the money in my mission work. Me, the RCM School Children and teachers and the catholic communities where the sheds were built for Mineral Water Plants remain ever grateful to this organization. I wish and pray that this organization grows more and more in finding more donors who could help many poor and needy people. A BIG THANKS for this organization and to you "Great Nonprofits" God bless you all.
Fr. Amati Tom Walter, a Roman Catholic Diocesan Priest serving in Uganda. I feel obliged to say a ward of up laud and thanks giving to the non profit Charity organization of "Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance". I have witnessed many life changing experiences/ services of this organization. In Uganda, i can testify that they have tremendously served the needy people through their missionary counter parts over here.
For instance, Fr. Joseph SSebyala took me to the coffee project meant to help and educate about 60 orphans of HIV/AIDS VICTIMS, and he often asked me to pray for some intentions for which this Charity group sent Mass stipend/ intentions. Again Fr. Andrew Onyango is being funded by the same to care for the Prisoners who are under his care ( serving as chaplain for prisoners in the Diocese), Sr. teddy in Arua is also being aided to give hope for the needy children in their area of service and these are indeed doing well and so, i am greatly embraced by the generosity of all those Donors who back this all loving and caring charity group. When i read their annual news letters, i see how wonderful they are extending the love of God to the suffering brothers and sisters all over that world, especially in Africa- Rwanda, Tanzania etc India- Bolivia and beyond. Please, let's pray that God strengthens this group so as to reach out with their services to many more needy brothers and sisters in the suffering parts of the world. May God bless us all enormously!
Yours sincerely in Christ,
Fr. Amati Tom Walter.
I am Sr. Teddy Joyce Adaku, serving God in the congregation of the "Missionary Sisters of Mary Mother of the Church", in Arua Diocese, Northern Uganda. We are greatly inspired, motivated and strengthened by the charitable works of "Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance". It was recommended to us by friends from USA, and we applied to them and so with help of the Funds from their donors we have managed to change the lives of many orphans and needy girls over here. It is our prayer and wish that God may bless, and strengthen this organization so that many more destitutes can see brighter future with their help. We are especially thankful to them for the funds they annually send for our continuing project of educating orphans. At the moment, we do receive funds from them for helping the following needy orphans;
1. Onziru Stella, 16 yrs old- now in Senior three ( S.3)
2. Mercy Dorine, 14 yrs old, in S.2
3. Alezuyo Julliet, 18 yrs old, in S.4
4. Angukoru Christine, 20 yrs old, in S.4
5. Driciru Jane, 20 yrs old, finished S.4, now studying catering and hotel management.
These girls are indeed happier and highly hopeful for a brighter and self sustaining life in future. This Change in life is mainly with the help of the above mentioned non profit charity organization. The three of the beneficiaries have freely expressed high interest to join convent and become religious Nuns in order to continue serving God in his people. We pray that this help continues for them and for all those needy all over the world. We will be grateful to God if more donors join and back them in showing love and care for the suffering all over the world. Many thanks to our donors, please , may God see you through! Yours, loving and caring mum Sr. Teddy.
I am Manuel M. Navoa, a missionary to the prisons and jails in the Philippines. Since 1988 I am on mission going to all the jails in the Philippines sharing my life story to the prisoners on my life of being saved from the death penalty by eloectric chair for the crime I have not done telling the prisoners nothing is impossible to God, not to loss hope and to give their whole life to God.In my visit to the prisoners, I bring along what they are in great need in their pitiful life in the prison. It was Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary who support me with financial help in order for me to reach the far prisons in the Philippines and buy items through their financial help for what I can buy in the stores to which I can give to the prisoners. The Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance send me boxes from their locations in New Jersey which contains clothes, towels,k medicines, canned goods, hair shampoos, toothbrushes, toothpastes, lotions, bath soaps, and other material things which help alleviate the hardships of the prisoners.Without the help of Mary Queen of All Nations, I cannot moved from one jails to another in paying for the expenses in travelling and also for buying what the prisoners request from me especially I see sick prisoners crying and asking me to buy medicines for their sickness and if only you are with me your eyes will shed tears. I hope that you help Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance so that they can continue to help us missionaries and help all the people who are in great need in which they are reaching all over the world. We should not forget them and if there is Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance, we can see great sufferings from those who have been forgotten and abandoned in our society. I hope they will be able to help many people and through your help they can move and help greatly many more people who are suffering in the world.This is the truth from my hearet that without them I cannot reach many prisoners. May God bless all those who will support and hyelp Mary Queen of All Nations Missionary Alliance to reach more suffering people. Manuel Navoa.
I have known about this organization since it started 28 yrs. ago and amazed that with limited funds a lot of lives are improved and services to humanity is being done to third world countries because of the help that this organization is providing. I'm impressed at how the founder's sacrifices and dedication with the help of volunteers, she continues to provide the necessities of life to others. She truly loves her neighbors as herself by showing us this example. May God give her more blessings through donations that goes 100% to those in need of help.
My Congregation, The Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary of the Philippines had been benefitting from the help extended to us by the Mary Queen of all Nations Missionary Alliance as far as I can recall since the year 1995 when I was assigned in our Orphanage, St. Dominic Girls' Home in Molo, Iloilo City, Philippines and until now. The Alliance is helping our poor orphans in their tuition fees. We received clothing school supplies canned goods etc. I had also received an amount to help the poor by giving them small capital to start their small business. For the self help program of our orphanage we received amounts to buy machines for bag- making. Recently, the Missionary Alliance gave us amount to help flood victims in the province of Iloilo and Capiz, What I appreciate most and I request from the alliance to continue is our Scholarship grant to the poor students of The Dominican College of Iloilo. At present the alliance help in the tuition fees of Ten Students. Hopefully, they will be graduating in their two year course in college at the end of this coming school year.
For the past 5 yrs . have been involved with MARY QUEEN OF ALL NATIONS MISSIONARY ALLIANCE mission. It has made a great contribution in the lives of all its members. Helping us to know the Lord by helping others. It first impressed me that by its small size AND THAT this little mission was affecting so my lives. With its limited funds,helping so many groups of poor forgotten people become self-sufficent. The goat program; the pigs program; tuition for girls school; the rice distribution for families; funds for the education of seminaries; sanitary facilities for a poor mission school; a prison mission to help prisoners get close to God; books for a school library that had a building but no books; I could go on and on but this gives you an idea of the many things this little mission accomplishes with very limited funds. These funds are very closely monitered by our director and the people she is in contact with at these different missions as she has personally visited the missions and knows the people. The board carefully reviews all the requests and frequently makes suggestions for efficentcy and cost cutting.
I have been familiar with this mission from its inception. I'm sure many will speak of the good work that it does, so I'd like to speak about how efficiently it operates. Like many I am concerned about all the news stories of how some "non-profit" organizations reward their administrators handsomely making them some of the nation's highest paid executives. This is NOT one of them. Mary Queen of All Nations Alliance is the purest of the pure non-profit organization. Its primary sponsor and founder, Ms. Ricafranca, pays for all of the administrative expenses from her own meager pension. And she personally watches to make sure every cent is efficiently spent to do the most good. They do not just hand out money to middlemen. Their primary focus is to help needy people help themselves with projects like providing seed money to help a local church set up a small business to make the poor self-sufficient. Can you get any more efficient than that? Finally, Ms Ricafranca provides a periodic news letter so that donors know how every cent is spent. With Mary Queen of All Nations Alliance donors are assured that every cent that they contribute will do the most good.
I have known about this missionary aliance for decades helping out the poorest of the poor in underprivileged countries like Peru, India, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Cuba, Costa Rica and the Philippines. The main goal of this organization is to help out
our poor brothers and sisters around the world, have better life, better health and have the opportunity to rise above poverty through subsidized education and self-sufficiency projects. The funds come from donations from parishioners, friends and family, which is very much limited and not enough to fund all its projects. The administrative and operational expenses are shouldered by the founder and administrator and the donations goes 100% for the mission.
Typical self-sufficiency projects are as follows:
+ In RWANDA, funds were provided to purchase 98 goats to assist 196 men who were victims of the genocide. Each goat is tended by two men and after the goats produce, the kid goat is given to the second men and each takes care of his own goat. This will provide the men with a means of livelihood to provide for themselfes and their families.
Additional 6 sewing machines were provided to the sewing center where young girls are learning the skills and knowledge of sewing, which provided them an income from the sale of their products.
+ In PERU, 3 sewing machines and 24 chairs were provided to the Refugee Center, where women can learn to sew clothes and also use the sewing machines in some of their arts and crafts. This provided the women a livelihood and an income from the sale of their products.
+ In TANZANIA, funds for the needs of the orphans were provided.
+ In BOLIVIA, INDIA and the PHILIPPINES, assistance was given to 55 students, 44 were in Elementary and High School and 11 in college.
+ In DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, school aid fund was provided.
I have known this organization for more than ten years now. And I am amazed how this little known mission alliance has helped and supported the needs of the poorest among the poor, provided and supported livelihood projects for families to be self-reliant, helped needy students go to school, and many more.
I am an American Franciscan Missionary Sister in Peru. This Missionary alliance has done tremendous
things to help us build social centers in the shnty towns where people can meet. It has aided
Sisters and Priests in different ministries such as Our Shekina Center for treatment of the poor
through natural medicine, Reflexology and massage. The poor have no real means of paying for medical
help and treatment. It has funded motor cycles for use in the mountains where Misionaries have a
very difficult time travelling. For a small organization, this Missionary Alliance had worked marvels!
We are deeply grateful to them for their generous work for so many places in the world - knowing
that they are a rather small charitable organization.
We truly want such a small but marvellously working organization such as Mary Queen of all Nations
Missionary Alliance to receive help so that they can continue and extend their aid through out the
world. More often than not these small groups do more with their donations than the really big
one where so much of the donated money is used for administration. I hope anf prat that they will be named as one group to be helped by this project : Great Nonprofits.
I am glad to give my review about this organisation " MARY QUEEN OF ALL NATIONS MISSIONARY ALLIANCE" I am a catholic priest of Warangal diocese, India. I know this organisation for more then a decade. In fact this organisation had been supporting for my mission in Warangal diocese , especially for educating the poor and orphan children. This organisation is supporting 10 students to meet all the educational needs, as they are very poor , orphan or semi orphans. Now most of these students have completed school education and they are at the college/ university level. They need to be supported more to continue their higher education , as the higher education is more expensive. I am glad to certify that this organisation also helped for " Income Generation Project for the Rural Women" in my parish and this organisation also helps me by sending " Mass-intentions" every year, which I faithfully celebrate the Holy Masses and use the money in my mission work,. Me and my beloved 10 students and women group and the people of my parish remain ever grateful to this organisation. I wish and pray that this organisation grows more and more in finding more donors who could help many poor and needy people. A BIG THANKS for this organisation and to you " Great Nonprofits" God bless you all.
We have been helped so many times by this organization of Mary, Queen of all Nations Missionary Alliance. Our mission in the Andes,the village of Sondor is very poor and this organization gave us enough money to by a motor cycle so that the priest could get to the country villages to celebrate Mass. Then when I was sent to the desert town of Piura they also helped us again to pay for the kitchen in an apartment which I was constructing for abused women or women and their children who needed a place to stay for awhile due to domestic violence. Piura has the highest rate of Domestic violence in Peru. Thanks to the generosity of this organization we have been able to accomplish our goals and help people to help themselves. Sister Maureen Coyle. MFIC
I have been involved from the very beginning of the founding of this organization. This organization in the past 28 years have helped thousands of individuals, families and even villages and small communities in the Third World countries, rise above poverty through education, self-sufficiency projects, sanitation, housing, nutrition, providing water, Rice Subsidy, Prison Ministry as well as in their spiritual growth. Self-sufficiency projects such as goats, sheep, chickens, pigs, cows and buffaloes provided the orphanages, families and individuals with means to earn an income as well as provide milk, food, clothing, education and some, also health insurance for their families. Other projects such as cycle rickshaw and tricycle van to provide transportation service to earn an income were provided. Also projects such as providing tools, instructors and materials for agriculture, carpentry, fishing, sewing, baking, cooking, hair cutting and other trades. Homes for Orphan Girls were provided with beds, bed sheets, tables and chairs, ironing board, kitchen utensils, etc. Nutrition Centers were built used not only to feed the children but also as clinic and as pre-school classrooms. Dispensary Centers had been provided with equipments and medicines. Emergency crisis funds were provided for medical emergencies and for those suffering from the effects of flood and cyclones. For sanitation and hygiene, toilets and latrines as well as water wells and water tanks were provided. Mineral water sheds were built to provide the people with purified water. Houses, churches, chapels were built and/or repaired. One of the chapels built was named by the Bishop as Mary Queen of All Nations Church. Vestments, chalices, etc. were provided to priests and Bishops. Priests were given motorcycles and boat to be able to reach and evangelize their people in the rural areas, to celebrate Mass and the Sacraments. Schools were provided with desks and chairs. Rice Subsidy, Prison Ministry and many other small projects as well as packages containing basic necessities such as clothing, shoes, toys, non-perishable food items, school and office supplies, books, bibles, rosaries and many other items were provided. People who were able to rise above poverty and able to provide for their families are also trying to help other families to give them the same opportunity that has been provided to them. Seminarians as well as secular students were assisted, mostly for tuition and school supplies. Many seminarians had since been ordained and are now serving in many parishes, in seminaries as rectors and professors, while some were sent abroad by their respective dioceses for further studies. Students who have graduated and gained employments are also trying to do the same, to give other students the same opportunity afforded to them. School for the Blind was provided with canes, clothing, shoes, tables, as well as transportation assistance. All the projects of this organization are small projects because of very limited funds but the effects on the families are tremendous and lasting. This organization is run by all volunteer board members, no one receives any remuneration and 100% of donations received are actually used to help the poor rise above poverty. Operational expenses are shouldered 100% by the Founder of this organization who willingly and lovingly gives everything she could possibly provide herself, resources, time and labor, providing all operational expenses and also for projects needing funds to keep the projects going with the graces and blessings from the Lord God Almighty.