When you give, make it matter!

With over 60 years of charity experience, AAA Charity Investment Fund offers a lot of options for your charitable investment. We support missionaries and key national workers in many countries. Last year we partnered with a number of Christian organizations in a wide array of opportunities.

  • Orphanages and children’s ministries
  • Schools and educational projects
  • Bible colleges and seminaries
  • Clinics, hospitals and medical programs
  • Substance abuse rehabilitation programs
  • Church-related agricultural projects raising crops to feed the hungry.
  • Shipments of food, clothing, medicine and emergency supplies
  • A Medical Clinic in Bolivia

    • Assisting with operational expenses of World-Wide Missions’ clinic in Viacha
    • In operation since 1968, and directed by Dr. Ruben Rocha Peinado, M.D.
    • Staff of 7 doctors and nurses
    • Treated 22,911 patients in 2012
    • Treated 3,510 children
    • 984 children received vaccinations
    • 1,116 children received special attention for infant nutrition and development problems
    • Only medical facility for over 50,000 people in the altiplano area near Viacha, Bolivia

    AAACIF made a grant to Ruben Rocha Peinado, M.D., for emergency expenses in operating his medical clinic in Viacha, Bolivia. Last year his team treated over 20,000 patients, 70% of them children and youth. It is the only medical facility available to over 50,000 people in the area.

    Helping Families in El Salvador

    AAACIF shipped two 20-ft sea containers filled with medical supplies to Fundacion Nuevos Horizontes Para Los Pobres in Cuidad Delgado, San Salvador, El Salvador, to benefit families living in extreme need. Included in each were 4 pallets of new prescription eyeglasses and 8 pallets of assorted medical supplies. The shipments had a total fair market value of $1,730,600.

    Jordan

    AAACIF made a grant to a Christian leader in Amman, Jordan (whose identity must be protected due to threats of violence against him and his family). He travels extensively throughout the Middle East holding meetings and providing financial and spiritual support to Christian Arabs who are being persecuted for their faith. Last year he helped over 2,000 individuals in Egypt, Iraq (including the Kurdish Autonomous Region), Lebanon, and Syria.

    Caring for kids in Mexico

    ERRF made a grant to Yolanda Villalobos, based in San Antonio de Minas, Baja California, Mexico. She leads a unique independent ministry serving migrant farm workers at their camps in Testerazo and Carmen Cerdan, with a medical clinic, a food and clothing distribution warehouse, a daycare center, and a chapel. More than 2,000 adults are assisted, and 500 children receive daily care.