Our Team's Story:
If you're here, it means that you have heard about our mission trip and are considering making a gift to support our team. Your gift would change lives forever - those of the children at Mustard Seed Communities and our team of mission volunteers.
Our team will depart for Jamaica on February 24, 2018 to care for one of the world's most vulnerable populations. We will work with children and young adults who have mental and physical disabilities and have been abandoned. We will also help care for children affected by HIV/AIDS. We will share our faith and love with these children while also completing different work projects to improve the places where they live, learn and play.
The work will be impactful, yet challenging, and our goals are both worthy and ambitious. We cannot succeed without the prayers and financial support of our family and friends!
Your gift - of any size - will help as we strive to improve the lives of the children at MSC Jamaica. Since many of these children will never see the world, we will bring the world to them. Your gift provides food, clothing, medicine, shelter and most importantly the care and love of our mission volunteers.
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Founded in 1978, Mustard Seed Communities (MSC) now cares for over 600 children throughout Jamaica, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic and Zimbabwe. MSC's mission is to uplift and care for the world's most vulnerable populations including children with disabilities and children affected by HIV/AIDS who have been abandoned, teenage mothers and urban families living in severe poverty. MSC aims to improve the economic, social and spiritual conditions in all of the communities that we serve.
With over 900 mission volunteers traveling annually, the mission program is a cornerstone of our organization. Mission volunteers bring faith and love to the children we serve. With their help and the generosity of our many supporters, MSC is able to fulfill our mission of caring for the most vulnerable and ensure that no child is ever abandoned twice.