Wishing our children, grand children, and great-grandchildren a very Merry Christmas!
As you all know, 2020 is coming to a close. Thank God! This has been a year for the record books-- unfortunately --the sad/bad records. But it has allowed everyone to take stock of what is most important in life. This year we are giving you the gift of options! You all have an idea of the work we do...but we couldn't do it without help. We are offering 3 charities for you to choose from for a donation to be made in your name. Respond with your choice as soon as you can. And one family can also designate it for all. We love you all more that you can even know. You are our most "precious gift."
Love, Peace, Health & Joy.
Select which organization you would like us to send
a Christmas donation to in your name.
Air Mobile Ministries
Through our 501c3 non-profit, No One Hungry, we have partnered with AMM placing water filtration equipment in Georgia USA and Belize Central America. And we have assisted in providing food relief in Haiti and the Bahamas.
Air Mobile Ministries is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that does disaster relief all around the world. Since its inception in 1978, AMM has traveled around the world many times bringing medical supplies, food, clothing, and now the Air Mobile Rescuer water purifier to those in need. Joe Hurston and his team of volunteers have worked to help disaster victims after hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes and war.
We are a faith-based evangelical group that provides disaster relief. Our mission is based upon the words of Jesus in Matthew 25:35 and 40: I was thirsty and you gave me drink. Assuredly, I say unto you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to Me. Thank You for taking the time to learn about Air Mobile Ministries. "From everyone who is given much, much will be expected." (Luke 12:48) You can expect Air Mobile to continue to do great things as we reach out to those in Haiti and around the world.
Through our 501c3 non-profit, No One Hungry, we have a working relationship with HA using their services to take supplies for mission work into the Central American country of Belize.
Harvest Aviation, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization registered in the State of Florida and is an aviation ministry based out of the Wauchula Municipal Airport in Central Florida. The mission field is not easy! Finding supplies and equipment is not as easy as running to the superstore! Missionaries have to be creative problem-solvers, learning to improvise solutions from what they have available. We operate monthly flights through our Lifeline service to deliver supplies and equipment directly to missionaries so they can be more effective on the mission field. We operate the Lifeline service to help missionaries and pastors receive packages and cargo on the mission field. We do not charge anything for our Lifeline service. However, flying to Mexico, Honduras, the Bahamas, and Belize is expensive, so we ask that missionaries or their supporters, supporting agency, etc. donate regularly to cover this free service to our missionary partners. Harvest Aviation operates under the FAA Federal Aviation Regulation part 91, which does not allow us to charge for our flights. We operate solely on donations.
Our Mission: Serving missionaries and churches into the glory of God.
St. Peter's Anglican School-Belize
Through our 501c3 non-profit, No One Hungry, we support the St. Peter's Anglican School with school supplies, food for their school lunch program, and other beneficial items needed.
St. Peter’s Anglican School is managed by the Anglican Diocese of Belize. The school is located in the heart of Orange Walk Town on # 9 St. Peter’s Street. School records date back to the 1940’s and at that time the school was known as Robert Wade Anglican School. Robert Wade was the Principal during the period 1941 to 1944 and he had two other teachers at the school. St. Peter's school is one of the few schools in Belize to have a "Special Needs" program. In 1991, the old wooden structure which had been used for classrooms was replaced by the Special Education Building. This building hosts five rooms which play a very instrumental role in our school. Without this building, St. Peter’s would have one less concrete building and no Special Education Center or the Feeding Program. When the Special Education Program (SPED) opened its doors in September 1991, it had only one classroom, twelve students, and two teachers
The Special Ed program has grown over the years from one classroom to now four classrooms, four teachers and thirty-five (35) students. Years later it was determined that more Practical and Daily Living Skills for special needs students. , A new classroom building was built and named “Patsie’s Inn.” We furnished the room with a washing machine, an iron/ironing board, a dining table, 4 chairs, a bed, a cupboard with kitchen utensils, a stove, and gas tank. We drafted a plan whereby these students would go for Practical Skills twice a week along with their class teacher. The skills to be taught were cooking, sewing, washing, ironing, gardening, making bed, setting a table, and washing dishes. Patsie's Inn gives older special education students in the practical life skills. Our school has benefited greatly from this program, and we hope to continue this same trend and level of commitment in the coming years.
Our Mission: St. Peter's Anglican School keeps students' learning and progress its main priority because, not all disabilities are visible.