Social Responsibilities

We envision True Love Compass to be more than just a dating agency or platform, because we’re committed to making a difference. As we set high standards in providing dating services, it is equally instrumental for us to do our part in making the world a more humane place.

What we’re most proud of is that we donate 10% of our profits to important social causes.  So, by promoting our dating services, we are, foremost, promoting the betterment of vulnerable members of society, which is as necessary now as ever.

We’re eager to list the issues we fight for:

  • Disaster relief
  • Relief after economic crises
  • Ensuring land rights to rural poor
  • Investments in agriculture
  • Economic empowerment
  • Gender equality
  • Protection of refugees and children
  • Access to healthcare

We partner with four well-established NGO’s (non-governmental organizations) to deliver very real help and empowerment to people worldwide.  These NGO’s are

  • Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontieres)- Providing emergency healthcare to people harmed by epidemics of disease, wars, natural disasters.
  • BRAC (formerly, Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee)- The largest nongovernment development organization on Earth, ranked #1. Fighting poverty, illiteracy, and disease.
  • Mercy Corps – Providing shelter for refugees, aiding in emergencies, building communities.
  • Save the Children – Transforming the lives of children—STC is comprised of 30 member of organizations and in 2015 touched the lives of 62 million children.

During our time on this planet, we all have the opportunity to improve the world.  A world in which we all extend a hand to those in need is one in which we are all more free and prosperous. 

True Love Compass believes that businesses are uniquely situated to contribute to a just and humane world.  We feel it is both a privilege and an obligation to use a business for social good.  In the end, all we have is the acts we do.  Let’s ensure these acts are good.

Medecins Sans Frontieres, or Doctors Without Borders, does the valiant work of helping people who have been the victims of tragic catastrophes.  The organization, made up of doctors from many nations, goes to the sites of natural disasters, military conflicts, and outbreaks of disease, giving crucial care to the victims.

MSF operates hospitals and performs both basic healthcare and emergency procedures, including surgeries.  The humanitarian organization also sets up systems for clean drinking water and other needs that are basic to health and wellbeing.

BRAC is the largest nongovernmental development organization in the world.  Based in Bangladesh and in operation since 1972, it attacks poverty by empowering the poor. 

BRAC works to increase government accountability toward the impoverished, aiming to empower vulnerable people, particularly women. It gives much-needed help to struggling communities the world over through investments and microfinance, helping to build economic independence.

Mercy Corps enters communities degraded by wars, natural disasters, or similar calamities, and helps them transition into a prosperous society through good governance.  They believe change flowers locally. 

Mercy Corps has also worked in war-torn Syria, providing necessities such as food, and rebuilding communities, which includes setting up youth centers for teenagers and children who have been forced into long hours of hard labor to earn for their families.

Save the Children is built on Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity, and Integrity.  These values power the organization’s efforts to protect and aid children who are starving, held in the grips of poverty or lacking proper health care.  Save the Children often intervenes in crises such as natural disasters or disease epidemics, safeguarding children.

Save the Children’s philosophy is that every child deserves the right to start out life with a fair chance to prosper.