About the humanitarian activities, the main actions are focused on specific actions in response to specific events, as far as the capacities of action of the Constantinian Order.
Without sufficient capacity to develop structures of action on those areas, our aim is the collection of funds and its donation to important global institutions, as the Red Cross, Caritas or the Pontifical Foundation of the Aid to the Church in Need.
Fundraising, beyond the personal donations of knights or delegations, has been based on the organization of charitable events such as concerts, exhibitions or conferences. In this last sort of events, special attention has been paid to offer the opinions of experts in such crises, in order to diffuse the problem and sensitize the audience.
In order to privilege the action of proximity, the Constantinian Order has channeled its efforts into crisis close to the geographical areas of its presence. The Order has mobilized on the occasion of the two largest refugee crises known in Europe since World War II: that derived from the Yugoslav wars (1992) and the current one in the Middle East (2011-present).
The devastating effects of earthquakes have been another area of humanitarian action. In this sense, the Constantinian Order was mobilized during the earthquakes of Assisi (1997), Aquila (2009) or Amatrice (2016), in Italy.