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We know that everyone who has a heart for missions cannot travel to Haiti. You can still play a critical role by including Missions of Love in your daily prayers and through financial gifting. Feel free to earmark your gift to a specific program if you like, but donations to our general fund are appreciated as well. Shipping and communication expenses must always be dealt with on an ongoing basis. There is no paid American Staff. All of the American personnel are volunteers and pay their own expenses.Or you can mail a check to
Missions of Love
PO Box 292
Hartford, KY  42347
(270) 275-2555

 

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Your classmates (or your children’s classmates) could gather shoeboxes full of items for children their own age. Contact us about specific items that would be appropriate. We could then in return provide you with digital photos of the children receiving the boxes that could be displayed at the school. The children can see first hand the other children that they have helped. If possible, you may want to ask for a monetary donation to help cover the freight expenses.

Have a Bake Sale/Red Beans & Rice Dinner/ Pancake Breakfast and raise money for the feeding program. If you need help with the Beans & Rice – let us know. We have several veteran missionaries who can cook it Haitian style!

Your children’s soccer team/church youth group could have a car wash fund-raiser to collect money for Creole Bibles for the soccer team in Jolivert. Perhaps the group could sell popcorn or snacks at the games/after church and have the proceeds go to the feeding program.

Your Church Choir & Band /School Choir & Band could have “Carols for Christ” event and deliver Christmas Carols in exchange for donations which could help support the Children of God Choir and Band.

Your Sunday School/Church/Office could have a Collection Drive for one or two specific items for the month (example: Baby Formula & Adult Vitamins) and then ask for people to donate a $1.00 to go with the item to help cover shipping charges. A large expense for the mission is shipping items into the country. We pay a freight liner to transport the cargo and then we must pay “taxes” and “customs fees” to get the cargo out of port. By collecting the shipping charges you are doubling your contribution to the mission.

Our inventory fluctuates on a daily basis. If you are considering having a collection drive, feel free to inquire about any immediate needs.