More Blessed to Give Than to Receive

We are more than just a company. We are a community.

Aiden Whisper

Our partner non-profit, Aiden Whisper, is on a mission to release children from the streets of Kenya, while additionally providing resources and scholarships to local organizations.

USAG strives to be more than just a business. We believe we can create a difference starting in our very own communities. We value good citizenship and are determined to establish an impact by connecting with different people around us, as well as across the globe. We serve our employees, families, communities, and clients every day to make the world a little brighter. We believe that our impact has to start within ourselves. We are committed to partnering with Aiden Whisper to help solve the street children crisis around the world, and give back to our local communities.

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USAG Office Culture

We emphasize the value of giving in many different ways throughout our corporate office. We provide our employees with quality time off to be with family and serve their community.

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Our Work Nationally

We grant scholarships for a variety of different causes supporting pastors, couples, and students with quality resources, conferences, and financial assistance to make a difference.

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Our Work Internationally

Aiden Whisper continues to grow and is steadily releasing new children from the streets through education and safe housing while promoting reintegration into families.

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Street Children

There are over one hundred million street children around the world. We believe every child belongs in a loving home and deserves the right to an education. We are on a mission to release children from the streets of Kitale, Kenya, and place them in loving homes while giving them a quality education and a hopeful future!

100% of your donation brings resources and education to local and international communities!

Join Aiden Whisper and USAG as we strive to serve local and international communities.

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