Haiti Educators Wish List

In September, I, Tracy, had the privilege to spend time with our teachers in Haiti. We shared a meal together and then talked about our hopes and dreams as educators. Through these conversations, I learned that some of the basic supplies we take for granted in our classrooms are the ones they have on a wish list. This school year, we were able to provide each classroom with a basic school supply kit, but my goal is to provide even more. Items like construction paper, paint and brushes, musical instruments, and books (in French or Creole) would add so much to what our teachers can do with the students each day. We would love for all of you to be a part of this project, so we have created an Amazon Wish List that allows you to order what we need and have it sent directly to our office. We will then get it to Haiti when we travel there on mission trips. Click on this link to see what we are hoping to provide: Haiti Educators Wish List.

Together we can help equip the Next Generation of Christ-Centered Leaders!

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Dash for Degeance – Results

Here are the Top 5 overall teams for the “Dash for Degeance” competition! We really enjoyed seeing the numbers come in each week and loved connecting with a lot of new people through this event! We are already looking forward to the next time we do this. If you want to share with us anything about your experience- what you enjoyed about it, benefits you found from walking so much, the way your team bonded, etc- we would LOVE to hear about it. 🙂 Again, thank you to all of the teams that participated and raised money for our new Degeance campus!

1. Soul Sisters (1,969,453 steps)
2. I-B-PRO-FUN (1,961,954)
3. Pineapple Power (1,848,205)
4. Four Alarm Snuggle Kittens (1,774,981)
5. Mission Possible Minions (1,678,949)

Hurricane Report

PRAISE THE LORD – and thank you for your prayers! We have heard from both of our Haitian and Dominican field leaders, and the areas where MP is on the Island of Hispaniola did well through Hurricane Irma. We don’t have a ton of details, but enough to say that our people are well and safe, and our facilities stood strong. We are grateful for our Haitian and Dominican staff that weathered the storm there and helped to prepare and protect the people in their communities.

Sponsor a Community Agent

Community Agents

Greetings from the Sponsorship Department at Mission Possible! This is a slower time of the year for me, as our students are out of school and we have not yet received our new school year registration information. But we are excited about all the great things that will be happening when school starts in Haiti in less than two months and in August for the Dominican Republic.

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