Alms are money, food, or similar items given to the poor as a charitable act. The word isn't used much today, but in movies set in the 1800s or earlier, you'll likely see street beggars shouting, "Alms for the poor!“

The word alms comes from the Greek word eleemosyne, which means "compassion or pity," and is itself from the word eleos, which means "mercy." Related words include almshouse (a poorhouse), almsman (someone who receives charitable alms), and alms chest (a box in a church used for the purpose of collecting money for the poor). None of these words are very common today



To move as many individuals and their families from the state of homelessness to economic self-sufficiency by inspiring  businesses to transform part of their profits into clothing , food and housing opportunities.

To provide equal educational opportunities  to both children and adults, men and women, around the world who don’t have access due to marginalization and poverty.



Inspire companies to incorporate the alms stamp on their products and deliver them to regional markets with the sole aim to share part of their profits for our cause.



alms will engage with businesses from various industries across the globe who are committed to offering opportunity, economic independence and sustainable development to marginalized people around the world facing homelessness, poverty and illiteracy.