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The Humanitarian Order of the Southern Cross

The OSC (Order of the Southern Cross) was founded in June 2010 by Col. Michael Thornley.
At its core are the values of Faith Unity & Charity.

  • we bring together people from many faiths and ideals working together in the name of Peace and Humanity
  • we stand together as one for our global children and the communities in which they live.
  • we are a platform creating an International voice for those that have no voice
  • we are ‘Humanity in Action’
  • we are ‘Real’ people doing ‘Real’ work around the world
  • our primary focus is on the education, health and the general well-being of our global children.

 

As a ‘non monetary‘ organisation, our most important Asset is Our People!

 

The Organisation

The Humanitarian Order of the Southern Cross (OSC) is both an NGO (Non-governmental organisation) and a NPO (Non-profit organisation).

The OSC is an unincorporated, non-monetary and voluntary organisation.

The OSC is registered as an NGO with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA).

UN DESA NGO UN DESA NGO Branch

 

The OSC is an official member of the NATO Memorial Foundation

NATO-OTAN OSC

 

The OSC is a member of the People’s Health Movement & an endorser of the Peoples Charter for Health

OSC Peoples-Health-Movement

 

Our Mission:
Working to ensure that the education, health & welfare of our global children is developed & maintained and supporting the communities in which they live

Our Motto- “Faith, Unity & Charity” 

At its core are the values of Faith Unity & Charity.

Faith– Faith in humanity & the right of an individual to follow their own faith, ideal or belief.

Unity– The bringing together of people from around the world in the name of humanity.

Charity– Working to ensure that the education, health & welfare of our global children is developed & maintained.

Over the years, the OSC has represented various charitable endeavours and has promoted nobility, chivalry, spirituality and humanitarian aspects of society.

 

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