American Alliance for Charity, Inc.

 

About Us:

We are a non-profit organization, established in 1996, and incorporated in both the States of New York and Georgia, USA, as a Charitable non-profit organization. We are also approved by the IRS under section 501(c)3 as a Charity organization (See Our IRS Tax Exempt Letter). Your donations are tax deductible.

Our Goal is to provide charity services to the public, especially to the truly needy, nationwide and worldwide. Our service is geared towards individuals who are truly in need of economic and social assistance in furthering their lives. This ranges from the unemployed, unskilled, homeless, sick, poverty-level wage earners, to individuals who are in need of some kind of social or/and economic assistance in bettering their lives.

 

Executive Directors's Remarks:
Our first priority, and envisioned through my leadership is to win the support of all whom we want to serve, especially those whose lives are threatened by poverty and disease.

MY DREAM is to receive a container load of wheel chairs to distribute to the thousands of cripples who crawl through the muddy streets of Africa, begging for food and money.

We are informed on the fact that quality health care delivery and social services are not the sole responsibilities of governments, but also of individuals. As a result, philanthropists and charity organizations can mobilize these private and individual resources, to support worldwide improvement of health and social services.

American Alliance for Charity, Inc., believes what we read in the scriptures: "...and to Godliness, brotherly kindness, charity." We are therefore appreciative of your continuous support in our services to the truly needy.

Thanks you, in anticipation of your support. You are also welcomed to join us in our fights.

Rosa Montano
Executive Director

 

 

Our Programs:
We are consistently combating the
following problems, which are common but without common solutions - worldwide:

  • AIDS
  • Ebola
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension & Heart Diseases
  • Cholesterol Related Ailments
  • Alzheimer
  • Arthritis
  • Sickle Cell
  • Malaria
  • Typhoid
  • Infant Mortality
  • Still-born babies
  • Maternal Care
  • Adult Care
  • Disaster Relief
  • Illiteracy
  • Hunger
  • Homelessness
  • Poverty

    These are but a few of the problems that can be very devastating, especially when there is poverty and/or a lack of adequate medical care. It is more cost effective to create awareness than to cure. To this effort we embark on several health education/awareness programs for the people.
 

American Alliance for Charity, Inc. - Nationwide & Worldwide

914-570-4669 or 678-698-5416