midwest mission couldn't do it alone

We would like to acknowledge the generous help of these organizations. 

  • umcor

    The United Methodist Committee on Relief is the humanitarian relief and development arm of the United Methodist Church, a non-profit organization operated under the auspices of the General Board of Global Ministries. 

    For more information visit: 


    To request UMCOR Relief Supplies visit: 


  • Franciscan Mission warehouse

    The Franciscan Mission Warehouse has a five step process which includes, suppliers, donate goods, sorting, finding those in need, getting the supplies where they're needed, and sharing the story. Their mission is to gather supplies and ship them where they're needed most. 

    For more information visit: http://fmwarehouse.org/

  • Central Illinois

    Christians In Mission

    Providing neighbors in the Decatur, Illinois area with household goods.

    For more information visit: www.cicim.online/

  • Love packages

    A ministry aimed at putting Christian literature and bibles into the hands of people around the world. Christians all across the USA send us bibles, Sunday School materials, books, etc. We send them to ministries in many poor countries to distribute freely to people hungry for the Word of God. 

    For more information visit:  https://lovepackages.org/

  • Food for the poor

    Food for the poor began in 1982 in Jamaica. Today our interdenominational Christian Ministry serves the poor in 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. 

    For more information visit: 


  • Mombasa Relief

    Starting at 1993, members of MRI began visiting Kenya on vacation and to collect African art for resale in the United States. The more trips that were made, the more they fell in love with the people and culture. In March of 2001, the group while in Mombasa decided to act. 

    For more information visit: www.mombasarelief.org/about-us/

  • Kenya relief

    Operates a medical/ surgical clinic, orphanage and school in Migori, Kenya. Kenya Relief also organize and send over 20 mission teams each year. These teams include but are not limited to medical/ surgical teams, educational teams, ministerial teams and project/ construction teams. They also offer child sponsorship, stateside volunteer opportunities and many other areas of involvement. 

    For more information visit: https://kenyarelief.org/about-us-2/

  • International Health and

    Development Network

    Dedicated to helping poor villages in developing countries by empowering them with medical and public health knowledge, and faith in God. 

    For more information visit:  ihdn.org/index.htm

  • Society of St. vincent de paul

    The Green Bay Medical and Sewing Mission is group of volunteers making a difference in the live of people around the world who are in need, by finding ways to be of service. 

    For more information visit:


  • st. louis bworks

    Inspires youth to pursue their dreams, care for the world around them, and explore new possibilities through experiential learning. 

    For more information visit: 


  • u.s southern command

    U.S Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) is one of 10 unified combatant commands (COCOMs) in the Department of Defense. 

    For more information visit: www.southcom.mil/About/

  • Days for Girls

    Days for Girls increases access to menstrual care and education by developing global partnerships, cultivating social enterprises, mobilizing volunteers, and innovating sustainable solutions that shatter stigmas and limitations for women and girls. 

    Every Girl. Everywhere. Period.

    For more information visit: