(AIO) is a non-governmental, non-profitable, and non-partisan humanitarian organization located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a field office in the refugee resettlement camps in Uganda, and with future plans to establish an office in Juba, South Sudan.

AIO offers services to developing countries, refugees, internally displaced persons in war-torn countries, and disadvantaged groups such as low-income earners. We support people living with HIV/AIDS, and we hold cancer awareness campaigns, care for the homeless (i.e., teenagers, vulnerable children) in Africa and other parts of the world, regardless of race, sex, gender identity, age, nationality, citizenship, or any other class of people who are struggling with life to adopt new life experiences in their resettlement.

Agape Heart International organization well-known as (AIO) or Agape International organization is a charitable Christian humanitarian organization registered with the Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Services Tax Exempt and Government Entities under the Internal revenue code (IRC) Section 501(C) (3) of United States of America. We are a non-governmental organization that is entitled to Donors to deduct contributions they make to us under (IRC Section 170, we are qualified to receive tax-deductible bequests, transfers, or gifts under section 2055, 2106, or 2522. Our organization is exempt under IRC section 501(C) (3) further classified as either a public charity or private foundation.

Agape International Organization derived its meaning from the Ancient Greek word, which is referring to “love: the highest form of love, charity”, and “the love of God for man and of man for God”. Agape–Heart embraces a universal, unconditional love of God that transcends to mankind, which serves regardless of circumstances. The meaning of the organization goes beyond as affection as in “greeting with affection” and “show affection for the dying and the dead”. We show an affection that could denote friendship and, brotherhood.

“Our vision is to rescue the perishing and care for the needy among the vulnerable communities.”