ASA’s Mission is to raise billions of dollars, through fun and exciting fund-raising events as well as commercial businesses, in order to provide hope, financial relief, and job opportunities to millions of Americans. We aim to unify the nation, as people from all walks of life come together to spur economic growth, reduce the unemployment rate, and increase upward mobility in America.

Despite living in the greatest country in the world, many Americans still struggle and many American Businesses still fail. We the people can wait no longer. The time for unity is now and America’s most powerful movement is finally here.

Americans Serving Americans, aka The Movement, seeks to bring together millions of Americans who are eagerly ready to serve American Families and Businesses by using their gifts and talents to raise money all across this great country. Members of the movement organize very fun and exciting fund-raising events, including bake sales, garage sales, car washes, barbecues, sports tournaments, and much more.

Proceeds from these nationwide fundraising events go towards serving American Families and Businesses:

Serving American Families 
We seek to motivate every American to participate in helping this country start more businesses and create more jobs. Therefore, ASA provides financial relief to the American Families who join us and are actively involved in raising money and awareness for The Movement.

Serving American Businesses
We seek to create thousands of new jobs. Therefore, we invest in new startups, turn around struggling businesses, and form strategic partnerships with reputable brands. Additionally, members of The Movement provide these businesses with effective advertising to help them expand quickly, which creates a demand for hiring more people.

ASA started officially on January 20th 2018 and its official headquarters are in Atlanta, Georgia. However, ASA organizes fundraisers in all 50 states. ASA also focuses on helping businesses and creating new jobs in all 50 states. We simply want to do our part in being a part of America's solution and not the problem.

John F. Kennedy said it best:
“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”