The Vision In community with the local government, The Quest envisions the most vulnerable people to transform economically, socially, and spiritually. To show the world who, what, where, when, and how to make a difference in different environments. To end poverty and human trafficking around the world.
Our Values We will serve as we serve those who are suffering from poverty and injustice, regardless of color, belief, or gender, as part of plan to redeem, reconcile, and restore the world. We seek to be spiritually humble, and provide relief to lives individually and corporately and how to end poverty.
The local community as a primary agent of bringing peace, justice, and love to a broken world. The integrated "word" and "deed" dimensions of the human mandate, as evidenced through the integral, or transformation, mission are necessary to bringing reconciliation and restoration to, others, and the environment. The People whether staff, volunteers, clients, beneficiaries, donors, and partners, as important actors in bringing peace, love, and justice. We recognize and affirm The Quest as a multicultural organization and seek to understand and respect the multiplicity of cultures among us. As we seek change in the world, we recognize that we, too, are changed, by those we serve and to end slavery.
Partnership by seeking, facilitating, and promoting collaboration among all stakeholders, including local governments, the mission agencies, and the business community, recognizing partnership as essential to serving the most vulnerable. We believe each expression of The Quest has a unique and independent role in bringing peace and justice to the world and for solutions to poverty.
Excellence/Continuous Improvement in all our programs initiatives and support services, following best practices and standards in a manner that is sustainable to the community from a spiritual, social, and economic perspective. We also seek to apply our human, financial, and products resource in such ways that maximizes impact and sustain benefits to the greatest number of people.
Empowerment by prioritizing the leadership and participation of those we serve, whether people, churches, or local institutions, as critical to creating and sustaining change. We seek to catalyze a movement of worldwide volunteers to multiply impact, and we value capacity-building as a means towards that end.