Alliance In Motion Global prides itself on selling the world’s finest nutritional products and offering a unique business opportunity. But from the very beginning, one of the company’s important goals has been to support communities in need and be a "force for good" in the world. As a company, we focus our charitable efforts in three areas- the street kids and abandoned children, the elderly and the calamity stricken areas. We invite you to join forces with us to make a difference in peoples’ lives. No matter how small, your effort and contributions are important. Together, we can accomplish great things and give the gift that truly matters-the gift of compassion and caring.
Our charitable arm is ALIVE Foundation. We believe that Together, We can make a Difference!
Alliance In Motion Global, Inc. is an active corporation in the Philippines. With all the success and recognition that the company has acquired for the past years, Alliance In Motion Global gives back to the communities in which we do business. We are devoted in bringing hope and happiness to the orphans, street children and senior citizens, and respond to the needs of our fellow Filipinos in times of disasters and natural calamities.
Children are the unwitting victims of poverty, war and disease. An overwhelming number have been abandoned, abused or orphaned and now live on the streets. Our children are the future of our country. So, we must take care of our children and mold them to be the strong foundation of the future generation. Missionaries of Charity Sisters of Mother Therese Home of Love, a home for the orphans and street kids located in Antipolo City, Rizal is a non-government organization that gives shelter to the homeless and hopeless children who are left to wander the streets. Alliance In Motion Global, Inc. has been helping these orphans through its Feeding Program, distribution of toys, clothes and other important donations.
In September 2008, Alliance In Motion Global responded to the victims of Super Typhoon Frank in Iloilo that destroyed the livelihood and properties in the community. The team flew at once to give donations and relief goods to more than 500 families affected by the calamity.
In September 9, 2009, we celebrated the Grandparents’ Day in a home for the aged in Marikina together with over 250 senior citizens. Most of them have been neglected already by their own families. With the program and gifts that we have given them, we are very proud to say that even with those simple things, we brought joy to their hearts and even for a moment they felt that they are not totally forgotten by the community.