Hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding; volunteers coming to aid of survivors to serve hot food, run machinery, pick up debris and show love.
Led hundreds of Mission Trips to Haiti, Mexico, Missouri, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Being used for transportation and medical clinics, shipped 3 to Haiti, 2 to Mexico; transformed a Bookmobile into mobile counseling unit for Pregnancy Choices.
Served thousands of hot meals to the poor and homeless out of the mobile food trailer.
Transported equipment, set up clinic and continue to support Dental Clinic in Grand Goave, Haiti.
Helped police officer who was shot in line of duty with home repairs at fixer-upper they bought prior to shooting.
2019 - Prepared 117 buckets full of love and essential items for disaster victims in the southern states.
The Giving Doll Headquarters
Volunteers tore off old shingles from roof and made repairs before new shingles were put on by
Coordinated businesses and people who donated time, money and materials to build a wheelchair accessible addition at Emma's home in Norton, Ohio.
Brookdale Senior Living
Forty students from Manchester High School painted, planted flowers and power washed to encourage the residents and staff.
Collecting items for earthquake survivors in Haiti. Driving a bus to the Miami Shipyard so the filled bus can be transported to Haiti. Check out the list below!
Our amazing team of regular and part-time volunteers and donors are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Everyone has a skill or gift to offer, whether it is praying over requests, doing physical work or helping fund a project. Consider joining us! Send us an email below.
In 2005 our work began with disaster response after Hurricane Katrina. Since 2009 when Mission USA Inc was formed, hundreds of volunteers have continued disaster response work in the USA and Haiti, local community outreach through serving hot meals, teaching, sharing activities, remodeling school buses to send to Haiti and Mexico for transportation and mobile medical clinics and coming to the aid of those in need locally. 2017 to 2018, dental equipment was shipped to Haiti in a bus, and a Mission USA team set up a two-chair clinic. Continuing to support the dental clinic monthly prayerfully and financially, we also coordinate local serving projects.
You are the light of the world.
A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.
Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand and it gives light to all in the house.
In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.
The Director of Mission of Hope International in Haiti, Pastor Lex Edme, asked if we could arrange getting a school bus
that another church has purchased for them from Alliance, Ohio to Miami, Florida.
In addition to the actual bus, there are crucial parts inside the bus to repair and maintain their other buses in Haiti. www.mohintl.org
After prayer and consideration, we have decided to drive the bus to Miami. Mission of Hope International (MOHI) donors will be covering the cost of transporting the bus from the shipyard in Miami, Florida to the port in Miragoane, Haiti.
Mission USA is striving to raise funds for the journey and fill the bus with items for hurricane survivors.
The following list was discussed in advance with Renee Edme, consisting of items well known to hurricane survivors
and for the Dental Clinic which Mission USA donors have supported since June 2018.
Just this past year, the people of Haiti have experience increased gang violence and crime, Covid-19,
the assassination of their president, Tropical Storm Grace, followed by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake.
Hundreds of refugees are being transported back to Haiti from Mexico, being rejected by their own people.
We will never know desperation like this. Because of these things, we have not been able to take teams to the country.
Driving this bus to Miami is a way of serving that will aid the Haitians and the people that minister to them,
and allow us to do it without leaving the U.S.
Items we are collecting:
· Plastic jars of CREAMY peanut butter, any size (Creamy can be used to feed infants)
· Bars of soap
· Pop-top or peel open cans or packets of tuna, sardines, salmon, or chicken (Plain, packed in oil or water)
· Peanut butter crackers
· 5-gallon buckets with lids – to transport donations, then used by Haitians to carry water, store food or wash clothes in
· Bags of uncooked white rice
· Bags of uncooked red beans
For Dental Clinic:
· Hand sanitizer pump bottles
· Anti-bacterial wipes
· Disposable face masks
· Disposable gloves, any size
We have contacted Dr. Jim Birong DDS to include instruments and other equipment for the Dental Clinic.
Drop off items anytime between 8AM and 7PM through Saturday, November 13 at our home at 544 Taft Avenue in Barberton. (Address is on porch post) Pull into the big driveway and drive around back to the far side covered porch. There is plenty of room to turn around behind the house. There will be buckets and/or containers to put the items in.
If you want to text us in advance, do so at 330-608-1027. The bus journey will begin on Monday, November 15.
We estimate the trip will cost about $550 in fuel. Since the bus speed maxes out at about 60 MPH, included will be 1-2 overnight stays. There will be tolls, oil and maybe a repair – who knows – along the way. One way is about 1,200 miles.
We are asking for tax-deductible donations be made to help cover the cost of the trip.
Checks can be mailed to the address above, or donations can be made by credit or debit card as you scroll down.
Thank you so much for your donation.
Your donations will help get this bus filled with supplies to our partner in Haiti, Mission of Hope International. First we have to get the bus to the Miami Shipyard for transport to Haiti. Earthquake survivors are in need. Thank you for supporting this journey! Mission USA donors continue to support the Dental Clinic in Grand Goave, Haiti.