EVERY PERSON COUNTS
We live in a constantly changing and difficult world that offers no shortage of pain and suffering for many people. August Mission is committed to reducing human suffering by developing solutions to the complex problems associated with lawful humanitarian support, recovery, and resettlement of displaced persons, persecuted groups/individuals and those left behind.
Doing the right thing for the right reason.
Demonstrating compassion and humanity. Promoting dignity and respect.
Practicing conservancy of our resources and safekeeping those we serve.
Finding new and creative ways to continue our mission under any circumstances regardless of obstacles or inconveniences.
Our actions are guided by our core values of Integrity, Benevolence, Stewardship, and Ingenious Execution, as well as the standards of ethical and responsible humanitarian action. We are committed humanitarian principles such as neutrality, impartiality, independence, and humanity. We strive in all we do to align or actions with the values, standards, and best practices of leading humanitarian organizations. We believe that the most effective humanitarian response to a crisis is achieved through collaboration between all responding organizations. August Mission is committed to maintaining open communication and leveraging the collective strengths of other crises responders as we attempt to develop solutions that will reduce human suffering.
CHANGE A LIFE TODAY
Help us in our efforts to reduce human suffering through lawful humanitarian support, recovery, and resettlement of displaced persons, persecuted groups/individuals and those left behind.
August Mission is a registered Utah Charitable Organization and is tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code.
Donations are tax deductible in the United States.
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