“Angels transcend every religion, every philosophy, every creed.In fact Angels have no religion as we know it. Their existence precedes every religious system that has everexisted on Earth.”
The Archangel Trust is a charitable organization working with underserved communities of North America and South Asia, in employment, education, and disaster relief initiatives. Archangel works to create employment that pays living-wages for the manufacture of saleable goods, and to support academic institutions that prepare youths to enhance their communities through their own educational advancement and practical vocational training. Archangel develops new pathways for impoverished, vulnerable, and disenfranchised communities to gain access to markets, resources, and services, whether in public health, education, or economic development. When natural disaster strikes, Archangel works with its existing community organizations to provide funding that allows those affected to begin rebuilding their lives immediately, without having to wait for government or large international aid organizations.
The Archangel Trust is a not-for-profit charity, organized under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and the laws of the State of Illinois. Archangel is headquartered in Chicago.
Archangel Trust Objectives:
- Provision of creative assistance to underserved communities.
- Promotion of personal responsibility among the residents of partner communities.
- Creation of sustained and ongoing access to health care, education, and economic development.
- Education in basic skills and practical methods of building self-reliance.
- Creation of self-sustaining employment opportunities and educational institutions.
Provision of disaster relief through partner community organizations.
In India, although health care is relatively cheaper, poor and rural communities still face extreme challenges accessing quality medical help and health care. Archangel’s focus here is to assemble mobile teams of doctors and nurses who visit such rural communities, conduct health fairs, and provide basic health care directly to those in need.
Almost a year after Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, the global Red Cross network helped families rebuild as part of an ongoing and coordinated effort to ensure people have the right help at the right time. The storm tore through the Philippines in November of 2013 with record strength winds and high storm surges.
School districts across the United States often encounter budget gaps caused by state funding cuts and lagging local tax revenue. As a result, many affected school districts faced with potential layoffs of teachers and staff members, elect to cancel classes in music and the arts.