Globus Relief’s mission is to save lives and relieve suffering by uniting non-profits to help those who need basic healthcare.  

We are a medical resource humanitarian organization that is committed to uniting other charities, corporations, and governments to save lives and relieve the suffering of those who need basic healthcare. We accomplish our mission by: 

  • Acquiring and preparing healthcare resources  
  • Identifying emergency or on-going basic healthcare needs 
  • Uniting a network of non-profits, corporations, and governments to help those who need basic health care 

We reduce unnecessary duplication of efforts among our partners and work to produce a synergistic environment that magnifies effort and impact. 


We will continually work to help those who need basic healthcare across the world. 


  • We value credibility with our partners and those we serve
  • We value quality and efficiency
  • We value resources and have an aversion to waste

The Globus Relief logo is a modern representation of the Roman coin made famous in the biblical story. The word “mite” comes from a Flemish word denoting something extremely small in value. It was used by translators in the King James version of the Holy Bible to emphasize the monetary insignificance of a poor widow’s contribution. Although her gift was small, the widow gave all that she had. The story demonstrates how the widow’s pure generosity transformed the mite into a gift of true significance. The story serves to remind us that no matter our circumstances, we all have something to give.

In the Globus Relief logo, the two stalks of wheat represent basic human needs common to all of our human family, and provide the basis for the humanitarian service we render. The flame represents the eternal light of hope that all mankind might live fulfilling lives, and suggests the illuminating example one person can give in serving others. The five circles at the bottom represent the five key elements necessary to influence effective involvement in sustainable humanitarian services - Culture & Leadership, Economy & Agriculture, Environment, Human Needs & Education and Primary Healthcare. Our core competency in which we focus our humanitarian efforts is in the area of primary healthcare