March 4, 2022
Two Angels Of Hope Containers En Route
An Angels Of Hope shipment was loaded on Wednesday, March 2 for our friends in Jamaica.

Sarah, Ramon and Brad ensured that all the various materials were included. The shipment included:

  • 360 Home Care Kits
  • 286 disinfectant wipes
  • 171 16.9 oz. antibacterial hand cleaner
  • 840 Personal Dignity Kits
  • 840 tubes of toothpaste

Value: $52,190.00

What a privilege to prayer over the shipments that leave Midwest Mission and know that what is received is going to help provide for those who need it most. We are grateful for Food For The Poor and our partnership with them, allowing us to touch lives and hearts in their times of crisis and with supplies that we may take for granted.

Thank you for your continued gifts and prayers to support our mission of serving others around the world and around the corner.


On Thursday, March 3, a second Angels Of Hope container was loaded for Jamaica.

The load was prayed over by staff and volunteers who were on campus. The shipment was filled with the following items:

  • 15 bikes
  • 25 walkers
  • 40 twin hospital bed mattresses
  • 12,800 trash bags
  • 2,933 lbs. of tools

Value: $30,925.00

Partnering with Food For The Poor on their Angels Of Hope Program is such a blessing.

Being able to help provide basic needs in a practical way is possible through your prayers, time and resources. Thank you!
Sewing Machines Donation
On Monday, Feb. 28, Nancy Rice (left) met with Pat and Sharon Baumer to pick up donations.

Nancy is a member of the Jamestown UMC, where she collected these sewing machines from her church members. They were serviced before we accepted them. At this time, we are only receiving electric machines that are recently serviced and fully ready to be disbursed. We are accepting treadle machines, even if repairs are needed.

We thank Nancy for being part of volunteer teams in the past and for collecting the donations.
THE PRAYER CENTER

"He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty."
Psalm 91:1

Have a prayer request? Send it to: office@midwestmission.org

MIDWEST MISSION
WEEKLY PROJECTS
Wish list

We could use your help with these items to help people in their times of crisis. Our greatest needs currently are:

  • Liquid laundry soap (any size)
  • Liquid dish soap (any size)


Work of the Mission Volunteers

Kits completed
  • 10 Student Kits
  • 2000 Personal Dignity Kits (PDKs)
  • 64 Birthing Kits
  • 21 Layette Kits

Other work done
  • Desks - sand, poly
  • Repaired bikes
  • Repaired sewing machines
  • Counted into inventory
  • Sewed one-handle bags

Midwest Mission is able to do this work because of your generous donations and willingness to volunteer. Thank you!
Disbursements

Angles Of Hope, Jamaica - see story above for details. Value: $52,190

Angles Of Hope, Jamaica - see story above for details Value: $30,925

Habitat for Humanity, Springfield, IL: Redirected furniture/furnishings. Value: $180

Checkpoint Tire & Lube, Chatham, IL: Redirected cleaning supplies. Value: $80

Chatham Micro pantry, Chatham, IL: Redirected cleaning supplies, hygiene supplies. Value: $240.00

Sew Much Joy, Glen Carbon, IL: Rolls of plastic sheeting (66 lbs.) for birthing kits
Value: $546.78

Wooden It Be Lovely, Springfield, IL: Redirected furniture/furnishings. Value: $48
THE CONNECTION CENTER
2022 and 2023 Volunteer Matrix Calendar is open!

Bring your team or book yourself TODAY for a Mission Journey.

Reservation link below

2022 Full-Week Availability
February 28 - March 4
July 4 - July 8
August 29 - September 2


There are also partial week opportunities and 2023 dates are available.
Need help booking? Contact Pat Wright at:
pat@midwestmission.org

Click below to check our calendar for all openings.
Volunteers at Work
February 28 - March 4, 2022
Signing prayer cards for recipients of Personal Dignity Kits (PDKs)
Creating desks to help in learning
Verifying one-handled bags
Providing for babies and mamas
Repairing bikes to help with employment
Assembling Personal Dignity Kits (PDK)
Providing resources for basic needs
Volunteer Leaders
Chuck and Karen Porter
Brighton, IL
Kristi and Brett Ahrens
Stratford, IA
Volunteers
Jim and Joyce Nelson
Melrose, IA
Union Reunion
St. Louis, MO
Darlene Powell
Springfield, IL
Sewing Group First UMC
Springfield, IL

Sew Much Joy
Troy, IL
Frank's Serve Group
Lincoln, IL
Bob Leach
Ralph Barr
Ken Anderson
Louise Corder
Bill Stephens
Brad Boucher
Dan Blank
Mike Childress
Alison and Roger Schlichting
Ron Kinner
Jay Grim
Kent Douglas
Todd Shelly
Terry House
Jordan Turner
Roger McClintock
Carolyn Halford
Bill Walden
Kelly Bagley
Kay Rentfrow
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