Tag: Missions

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    Both Hands Foundation

    Mission Statement Both Hands mission is “to serve widows, orphans, and adoptive families.” Our purpose is to help people raise funds for orphans while serving widows through home improvement projects.There are 160+ million orphans in the world and while we can’t change the world, we can make a world of difference to read more

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    CMDA Memphis, TN

    Welcome to the CMDA Memphis!The Christian Medical & Dental Associations in Memphis has a threefold commitment: To make God’s name, fame, and glory great among the nations and advance God’s kingdom throughout the ends of the earth. To reach and equip students at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center read more

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    Living Hope – South Africa

    About Living Hope   We seek to reach people for Christ, bringing hope and breaking the despair of poverty and disease. Our Mission To spread the good news of Jesus Christ in a life changing way and to encourage people to follow Him. To play a vital role in the read more

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    Mission Harvest America

    HOURS Open Now 9:00AM – 5:00PM BUSINESS INFO Founded on April 21, 1991 Mission To provide ongoing support to American Indian tribal communities, as well as domestic and international disaster relief, aid and educational assistance; providing quality of life and sustainable programs to all. ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO missionharvest1991@gmail.com http://seaicmha.org/ MORE read more

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    Mission of Hope

    VISION, MISSION, & RESOLUTIONS VISION As an organization following Jesus Christ, Mission of Hope exists to bring life transformation to every man, woman, and child in Haiti. We desire to serve the nation of Haiti, and see lives changed. MISSION Our Mission is to fulfill our Vision in every endeavor read more

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    Project One Haiti

    About Us Project One Haiti started after a visit to Haiti in August 2011. We had been to Haiti several times after the earthquake but this was our first time to visit the Odascot Orphanage.  After seeing the children in such great need and the three women who were caring for read more