So you’re a fan of Missions of Hope International? Do you want us to be able to reach more people in more communities with the hope of Christ? One of the most powerful ways you can help is to share our story with the people you know, especially those who don’t know about MOHI yet. Together God can use our partnership with you to impact more and more people!
Tell Our Story
Go ahead, you don’t need to know everything about every one of our programs to know why you love what you and MOHI are doing in disadvantaged communities in Kenya. Tell your friends, your family, your small group, your class. You passionately telling people who know you will have a greater impact on those people than any video or brochure we can produce.
Sandy the Superfan
Sandy sponsored MOHI kids and had even visited MOHI, but she wanted to do more. She started bringing suitcases full of MOHI merchandise home from our MOHI shop to sell at home. Sandy worked with her church so that every month when they promoted Child Sponsorship, she would work the booth and also sell our merchandise to support MOHI.
Then she began setting up her booth at other churches and community events. As this ministry grew she ended up buying a used church bus and converting it into a mobile store front to promote MOHI ministries and child sponsorship. Way to think outside the box Sandy!
Get your small group or Bible study group on board to sponsor kids from the same community!
Use a hobby or even your business to raise funds and/or awareness of MOHI.
Becca sponsored one of our kids, but wanted to sponsor more. Her tight budget couldn’t afford it so she got creative. Becca paints stools and other wood products, sells them, and uses the profits to be able to sponsor more kids!
New Business Models
Two real estate agents have found a way to use their jobs to raise funds for our unsponsored kids, and their clients are happy to help them do it.
Lee and Shane started a new real estate company with a unique business model. Clients can choose from seven charities, including our unsponsored child fund and .25% of the transaction price is donated to that charity. With home prices in the hundreds of thousands, that donation can go a long way!