The bus and all the donations arrived at the shipyard on November 17th. All items are expected to ship to Haiti by the first part of the new year.
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.
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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.
Thank you so much to all the donors and volunteers who helped make this possible! See more pictures in the Photo Gallery below. There were so many items donated, we had to rent a 16' box truck to distribute the weight between the truck and the bus for safer travel. Mike Hang and David Morris volunteered to help us drive it all to Miami. We also drove our van pulling a trailer. The box truck tires wore badly, a four-hour delay getting those replaced; then the bus started having problems, which had to be addressed -- more delays, but easy fixes -- fuel filter and transmission fluid; traffic in Georgia came to a halt with a truck fire several miles ahead that had the highway shut down. Finally on Day 3 we arrived in Miami at the God is Able Shipyard. Pastor Lex and Renee Edme were there to greet us. Unfortunately, due to guns being smuggled into the country, everything had to be unloaded from the truck and bus and put on pallets to ship separately. The shipping cost went up $3,000 because the contents has to be shipped separately. God provided all our needs! He is so good!
Your donations continue to support the Dental Clinic in Grand Goave, Haiti and help us be prepared for how God is going to use us next!