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Mission Statement

FIRE - Flagstaff International Relief Effort is dedicated to providing resources and support to communities in need, reducing poverty, and improving the quality of life.

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FIRE - Flagstaff International Relief Effort is a non-profit and non-government organization (NGO) operating since 1999. FIRE is a registered 501c.3 organization in the United States, headquartered in Flagstaff, Arizona, with a registered NGO branch of office in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, and small operation in Langtang, Nepal. After 16 years of work, FIRE continues to evolve, meeting the challenges of a rapidly changing world. Through sustainable programming, FIRE strives to empower communities and individuals. In 2015 FIRE started a project to help the village of Langtang, Nepal rebuild after the April 25 earthquake. This has grown into a small office with local representatives in Kathmandu and Langtang. In 2016, FIRE teamed up with Grand Canyon Wildlands Council to coordinate a media group - the Ed Fund, in memory of our longtime collaborator and supporter, Ed George.

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