Spring Update

Americans have a deep sense of caring. And from the bottom of South America to the former White Russia, Mission Relief Services helps spread America’s greatest asset, the benevolence of her people.

From the beginning of 2005 to the Spring of 2007, Mission Relief Services has seen a dramatic growth in our operations and outreach. Over one 20 month period, we shipped out thirty, 40 foot container loads of surgical and hospital material to a host of very appreciative and responsive recipients.

Mission Relief has witnessed a big expansion of our donor base, and the number of people participation in our medical missions. We have added new hospital donors, a truck and two drivers, and a new cast of participants and volunteers in international relief.

We have added planned work days with teams coming from churches and schools. We have supported wheelchair missions, and computers for Costa Rica. We have helped other non-profits with their surgical and institutional projects, and have made products available to any group that wants to expend their outreach.

Our conservative estimate is that we shipped out $650,000 worth of top quality hospital supplies and furnishings in 2006. In 2006 we shipped out 18 tractor trailer loads of material, and we average 1-3 containers per month in outbound activity.

Thank you donors and friends, as you have made this possible.

“Serving the needs of Mission Hospitals and other medical facilities in developing countries”