AMIABLE Foundation AID is a non-profit organization that aims to reach thousands of needy, mentally disabled, old aged people and their families through its welfare activities.
Currently, AMIABLE AID ‘s service offerings include: long-term institutional services, facility-based services, home and community-based services, consumer-directed services, family supports, early intervention services, special education, health care, mental and behavioral health, vocational rehabilitation and training, and research.
AMIABLE AID seeks to establish a chain of nursing homes, hospitals and resource centers in various geographic locations worldwide through established local organizations.
The entire process of establishing AMIABLE AID in the early stages was natural and evolutionary and the result of sudden or abrupt changes in many lives that established times for passing each stage. Over time, as people observe our high motivation and performance, they expect more work in terms of volume and type than what our peers normally manage. Initially, we see this as an opportunity to redefine our best performance and expand our capabilities. But within a very short time, we realize that this means extra hours and multitasking. We start working harder for less performance.
Given the circumstances and situation we all find ourselves in, we feel that the help and guidance we receive from our limited circle gradually saturates over time – consequently, the impact falls short of the visionary’s expectations.
amiableAID FOUNDATION believes that there is no point in achieving goals unless it is done within a time limit and in a specific way. All we need is to be better equipped with the right strategy and with more people. Considering this need, we proposed to build a network of like-minded people as members who value the mission and vision of amiableAID FOUNDATION.
And, while we are at it, AMIABLE AID recognizes that some level of financial security is necessary to rise to higher heights. To ensure that the welfare measure reaches 15% of the global population with intellectual disabilities by 2035 is the goal. To reach these new social institutions, fundraising is enormously time consuming and risks cannibalizing other resources.
Therefore, GITGIOH was established as the development arm of AMIABLE AID to continue and support social programs.
GITGIOH campaign stands for a social cause and is the development department of the foundation AMIABLE AID.