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Governing Principles


United Gospel Mission does not discriminate in its recipients of services by a person’s race, political orientation, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or mental or physical disability or any other status prohibited by applicable law.

Hence, our service program’s beneficiaries are not conditioned, encouraged, or required to learn about, adhere to, or convert to any religion to be a recipient of our programs/services.


We don’t preach or present any religion (even Christianity).We strive to serve the most vulnerable and underprivileged, keeping our trust on the historical person ‘Jesus Christ’ as a token of our love for Him.

Having said this, isn’t worth to note that “Everyone has the right of freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 18).

Therefore, we openly condemn all forms of religious fanaticism, causing aggressive proselytization, as a result of unethical, fraudulent, forced, coerced, provoked or induced methods.


Mission consistency: United Gospel Mission, as an organization shall collaborate with other entities only if the relationship is consistent with the mission of UGM.

Shared values: Our organization shall collaborate by shared values, common ground, and for the good of Indian Society.

Mutual benefit: Our Organization shall cooperate by equal and genuine mutual benefit to each organization.

Transparency: UGM’s collaboration shall allow financial openness and a two-way flow of information, ideas, and experiences.

Adaptive to change: We are flexible regarding Collaborations are adaptive to change. Changes in the relationship are to be developed through cooperation and not forced by one or the other organization.


Truthfulness in Communication: All representations of facts, descriptions of the financial condition of the organization, and narratives about events/projects/initiatives are current, complete, and accurate.

There are no material omissions, exaggeration of facts, or use of misleading photographs or communication, which would tend to create a false impression or misunderstanding about our Organization.

Communication and Donor Expectations: Our Fund Raising Appeals are not an attempt to create unrealistic donor expectations in context to what a donor’s gift/donation will accomplish within the limits of the organization’s work.

Communication and Donor Intent: All statements made by our organization in its fundraising appeals about the use of the gift/donation shall be honored accordingly, as we understand that the donor intent is related to both what was communicated in the appeal and to any instructions accompanying the gift/donation.

As an organization, we know that communications made in fund-raising appeals may create a legally binding restriction.

I know Rev. Babu Rao, for last 10 years. His organisation has laid pioneering efforts in sheltering orphan children...
Rev. Dr. Daniel Kamaraj, (MA , M.Div, DD)
Founder & President - Logos Faith Foundation
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