our story

Overview

  

Since 2004, MFH mission teams have cared for over 27,000 people, restored and pulled over 5,500 teeth, distributed 11,500 pairs of eyeglasses and collected and donated well over one million dollars in medications and supplies. In the past three years alone, MFH has not only provided medical and dental care, but has also provided textbooks for students in four village schools which had never had books in the outlying villages of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, built a solar powered well to give students clean drinking water at Kichangani primary school, and solar powered wells in the village of Golani and Mkamba so the women would not have to walk two hours to find water and for the village of Kavuma Green House Project . MFH has built toilets at the village schools of Muhimblili, Vumilia Ukooni, and Kijaka, supplied pregnant goats for families to use for fertilizer and milk, and helped build a dental clinic and renovate the school at the mission in Guaimaca, Honduras. Missions for Humanity just finished building a Health Clinic in the village of Kijaka, Tanzania, a very poor village where previously the people had to walk two hours to receive medical care of any kind.

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Events

3/14/2020

Benefit Dinner and Auction

Whites of Westport

Event Details

3/14/2020

Benefit Dinner and Auction

Our annual event held at White's of Westport. It includes dinner, a live auction, silent auction, and prizes. All benefiting Missions for Hu...

Event Details

Whites of Westport

A channel of giving you can rely on

 

Your support will go directly to medicine, supplies, and assistance for those deemed of highest need in Honduras and Tanzania. All participating volunteers pay their own way. MFH pays no salaries, and has minimal administrative overhead, which allows donations to go where they are needed most.  

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