Health—General & Rehabilitative

International Theos Foundation Inc

  • Alexandria, VA
  • http://www.theosfoundation.org

Mission Statement

The International Theos Foundation seeks to provide resources, material and financial, to organizations that are providing critical care services to poor people around the world by providing: food, shelter, health, cultural and education services; as well as other critical services essential for the establishment and continuation of democracy. ITF hopes to make a difference for the "poorest of the poor" by allocating excess resources to the world's needy. Democracy exist best when the public has access to basic health, and educational services, while having meaningful work. ITF hopes all people will have access to a meaningful life under democracy and acts to support the poor to assist this process.

Service Areas

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International

Serve the "poorest of the poor" in all areas of the world

ruling year

1999

Principal Officer

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Mr. Russell McKinnon

Keywords

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Aid poor, provide food, provide shelter, aid education, aid democracyti

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Also Known As

ITF

EIN

54-1930052

 Number

4445302397

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Health - General and Rehabilitative N.E.C. (E99)

Other Food, Agriculture, and Nutrition N.E.C. (K99)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-PF.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

In keeping with the mission of the International Theos Foundation, the organization has distributed resources that have aided the poor by providing: meals, dental services, basic medical services, educational opportunities, scholarship grants. Additionally, we have provided support for leadership training programs, and assistance to women re-establishing themselves as small business owners in distressed areas of the world, e.g. Bosnia, Rwanda, Afghanistan. ITF has also arranged for in-kind services of computer technicians and programmers. ITF, in 2001, worked with the Embassy of Uruguay and the President of Uruguay,and aided "street children" by improving their shelter and enhancing food and education services. Since its inception, ITF has supported organizations such as: AmeriCares, The Campagna Center, Doctors Without Borders, So Others Might Eat, Soroptomist International, Melanesia Education Development Foundation, United National Indian Tribal Youth, The Smile Train, Huruma Rehabilitation Programme (Tanzania)and Women for Women International. Distribution of resources is based on need, input from the ITF Advisory Board, and a final review of the Board of Directors.

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Service Areas

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International

Serve the "poorest of the poor" in all areas of the world

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INTERNATIONAL THEOS FOUNDATION, INC
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31

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International Theos Foundation Inc

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Principal Officer

Mr. Russell McKinnon

BIO

Russell F. McKinnon, MA, CAE is President of International Theos Foundation. With his wife Deborah they founded ITF and see a great opportunity and need to redistribute available resources of the western world to the world's poor. Russell is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and holds a Masters Degree in Management from The George Washington University. He was a Naval Officer for six years, serving in Panama and Viet Nam, and has traveled extensively overseas. He has 29 years of experience in managing not-for-profit organizations, and has been the CEO of two trade associations and four foundations. Deborah is a graduate of Moravian College and holds a law degree from the University of Vermont. Deborah is in executive management and has decades of experience as a volunteer in managing service organizations. Russell is listed in Marquis Who'sWho.

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