The trustees of the National Organization of American Humanities invite you to join with NOAH in our missions of assistance.
The National Organization for American Humanities mission is to assure all people have a voice in their governmental representation. NOAH is especially resolved to serve the public policy to provide for the elderly, the disabled, victims of domestic violence and children at risk. NOAH looks for organizations that respond creatively and vigorously to meet those needs; groups engaging in constructive public advocacy and working to ensure the protection of civil rights for all humankind, regardless of age, gender, race or ethnic origin.
The National Organization for American Humanities (NOAH), formed in October of 1997, was created as an American Renaissance Coalition. NOAH was formed as an accountable non-profit Foundation, and is challenged with the responsibility to support those individuals, organizations and activities which directly benefit society. NOAH’s primary goal is to support any public policy providing it has a net benefit to humankind, which in turn contributes to the enhancement of our global community.
NOAH defines its role as an organization that assists and promotes:
- Fair trade policy verses a “free” trade policy.
- Accountability by our representatives.
- Representation to those people that cannot represent themselves.
The National Organization for American Humanities, an American Renaissance Coalition, will cooperate within its Mission Statement, to help all people affect a public policy that represents all people.
Use of Funds: To facilitate proper representation for all people, disenfranchised or not, to affect public policy for the betterment of all people, not just a specific group.
As a public Foundation, NOAH supports individuals and their ingenuity to make this world a better place. Come join us, work with us. The National Organization for American Humanities is a unique and very worthwhile organization. NOAH needs your help. NOAH needs your involvement. Come join us in some way. . . together we can make a difference.
It’s up to all of us to leave this world better than we found it!