Mission

A philosophy of “Creating A Better World” has been the hallmark of The American Global Network Foundation, Since the charity organization was founded by a team of philanthropists, leaders of industries and volunteers. Peer support, self-help and practical assistance are common threads that have been retained in the modern-day organization that developed from their efforts.

Today, the Association continues to serve the less privileged, rural communities around the globe, war amputees, and all amputees, including children.

Our aims and objectives are to:

  • Provide financial assistance to the less privileged, rural communities around the globe, war amputees, and all amputees, including children
  • Educate amputees with information on artificial limbs and all aspects of living with amputation
  • Encourage child amputees to develop a positive approach to amputation through comprehensive programs including tools for future independence
  • Assist war amputees and seriously disabled veterans
  • Advocate for the rights and interests of all amputees
  • Employ amputees and others with disabilities at the Key Tag Service sheltered workshop and throughout the Association