Our Mission

Operation Serving Children (OSC) is a global child relief agency that focuses on social sustainability. OSC provides food, medicine and shelter for families in crisis and develops programs for a self-sustaining society.

The Impact

OSC has provided more than $37 million in relief since 1998. Every $1 donated provides an average of $50 in relief to children everywhere. 100% of your donation goes towards aid to children and their families.

Our ultimate goal is to improve the quality of humanity everywhere through science, technology, and love

Introducing: The Solar Shade

Within the next decade, scientists predict that our planet will cross the point of irreversible disruption to the natural systems that have kept Earth’s climate relatively stable for thousands of years.

Children’s mental and physical health and well-being are threatened by climate change. It is up to us to protect their future by preserving our planet for generations to come.

Watch the introduction to The Solar Shade below.

Learn more about how the Solar Shade works and discover what other initiatives OSC is developing to enrich our global society.

Give the gift of Joy




Maximum Joy is a visionary fiction novel inspired by our belief that we are all children of one Creator and we are to care for one another. 

Proceeds from book sales have provided funding to deliver $1,000,000 in life-saving medicine, which supplies 28,000 treatments to communities around the world including Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala and India. See Relief Programs to learn how.

Visit Maximum-Joy.com for more information and feel the joy that the spirit of sharing brings.

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