San Felipe Humanitarian Alliance

collective leadership on behalf of children and families

Our Mission:

San Felipe Humanitarian Alliance is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization providing global relief and rehabilitation services for children and their communities affected by poverty, conflict and disaster. San Felipe is committed to creating positive, lasting improvements in the lives of people in crisis by developing programs and services that encourage self-reliance and will continue to work in alliance with organizations which share our commitment.

Our Vision:

San Felipe is driven by a vision of a world freed from poverty, discrimination, and violence that allows all people equal and ample opportunity to develop their potential. The fulfillment of this vision rests not only on the world’s leaders and humanitarian organizations such as ours, but on the collective action of communities, families and individuals alike. It is our hope that the efforts of San Felipe Humanitarian Alliance will help generate the social energy and individual responsibility needed to implement sustainable economic, social and cultural development throughout the world

What others are saying

  • As President of a non-profit working in Zimbabwe, Africa, we have been blessed by the generous support received from San Felipe Humanitar. They quickly assisted our organization in funding a health clinic serving over 500 rural villagers with no access to traditional medical treatment. Thanks to this wonderful organization, miracles are happening in Zimbabwe. 
    Sandy Orrill - President, Board of Directors at Ndebele Art Project
  • When I first met Robert Del Conte in 1997, I learned of his global efforts to bring relief and assistance to children who knew only poverty and hardship. I am grateful and inspired that his family and the San Felipe Humanitarian Alliance have continued his legacy of international aid and his powerful message of dignity and hope...

      Lori DeBiasi - Career Coach 

    In their shoes

    By Eric_Davis on August 8, 2013

    Too often we point our fingers at those doing “wrong” without ever considering how it is to live in their shoes.

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