THE ORDER OF ST.GEORGE
The Order of St George is an international association of men and women who pursue and uphold the timeless virtues of chivalry, seeking to serve humanity through compassion and good works.
Saint George is the patron saint both of soldiers and of many countries and communities around the world, particularly in the Middle East. True to this heritage, we focus our work on supporting vulnerable communities in the Middle East and Africa, and in the welfare of NATO and Commonwealth armed forces personnel and veterans.
HOW WE HELP
We work with partner organizations to deliver medical and humanitarian aid to vulnerable communities, support past and present servicemen and women, and provide educational resources to schools and colleges.
WHERE WE ARE
The Order of St. George welcomes members from around the world. We work through two Grand Priories – the Americas Grand Priory leads our activities in North America, the Caribbean, and Latin America, while the UK Grand Priory takes care of the United Kingdom, Europe, and the rest of the world..
The Order is a cooperating partner with the Zentralrat Orientalischer Christen in Deutschland (the Central Council Of Oriental Christians in Germany). ZOCD is a non-profit association of Christians living in Germany who belong to the Oriental churches, including the members of the Coptic, Greek Orthodox, Chaldean, Syrian Orthodox, and Armenian Apostolic Churches, amongst others. Today, […]
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The Order is an approved and registered participate in the Denton Program, allowing us to provide humanitarian relief to a greater range of locations worldwide. The Program provides transportation for approved humanitarian assistance goods. Approved countries include those that are supported by US Department of Defense transportation services, and where civil systems, local infrastructure, and […]
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