Giving to those in need what they could be gaining from their own initiative may well be the kindest way to destroy people.
Our Mission Statement
Bringing hope to the disadvantaged
Our mission is to bring lasting and positive change to the lives of disadvantaged Children, Adults, those at risk of becoming so, through front line work, prevention and advocacy, being a facilitator and enabler, galvanising people and resources in the UK, Africa and worldwide
Various versions have evolved over the years, sometimes by accident, sometimes on purpose (injected humour and the like).
Medcom Foundation for Global Development is a Non-Governmental humanitarian aid, development and advocacy organization that partners with governments, and local organizations to provide relief and assistance to the world’s poorest families; implement systems to combat ill health and promote education amongst the poor. Medcom Foundation for Global Development (MFGD) was founded by William and Irene, and since then it has helped a number of poor families in the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe and the plan is to extend to a number of countries in Africa and Asia.
The aims of the MFGD include:
The relief and assistance of people in the UK and any part of the world who are victims of natural or other kinds of disaster, trouble or catastrophe in the form of money (or other means deemed suitable) for persons, organizations and/or countries affected.
- To relieve financial hardship, sickness and ill health amongst the poor, orphaned and elderly by providing such persons with goods/services which they could not otherwise afford through lack of means.
- To promote the education of students in such ways as the trustees think fit, by awarding to such persons scholarships, maintenance allowances or grants tenable at any university, college or institution of higher or further education.
- To provide comprehensive psychosocial support to children and adolescents aged 0 years to 21 years, affected and infected with HIV in other parts of the world.
- To provide comprehensive psychosocial support to primary caregivers of children and adolescents affected and infected with HIV in other parts of world.