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Mission of Hope

05.04.20 | International Organizations | by Mikayla Martin

Mission of Hope

    Mission of Hope

    Mission of Hope exists to bring life transformation to every man, woman, and child in Haiti. They are working to achieve this village by village, one life at a time, by focusing on four key areas: healthy churches, healthy people, a healthy economy, and healthy schools. With the vision to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Haiti, Mission of Hope was founded in 1998 by Brad and Vanessa Johnson. Mission of Hope has now grown from a small mission located on a barren piece of land in Haiti to a multi-country organization that focuses on partnering with local churches to help people in their communities see, feel, and hear the Gospel. Mission of Hope has expanded to the Dominican Republic, Bahamas and Guatemala.

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    About the Founder

    Mission of Hope was founded in 1998 by Brad and Vanessa Johnson. Ten years prior, Brad's parents, Bob and Sharon Johnson, acquired a piece of barren land 20 miles north of Port au Prince. Their vision was to build a mission that would help meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people in Haiti. In 1998, the torch was passed to Brad and Vanessa, who felt the call on their lives to make Haiti their home and become pioneers of what would become Mission of Hope.

    Through partnerships with local churches and indigenous organizations throughout Haiti, Mission of Hope impacts over 460,000 lives a year. What started as one schoolhouse with 230 students has grown into an education program that impacts over 129,000 students annually through education and nutrition. Over 151,500 people receive medical care through Mission of Hope clinics, Hospital of Fermathe, and community health initiatives. Over 91,000 meals are served to students daily in schools around Haiti. Mission of Hope: Haiti has four campuses - Titanyen, Bercy, Fermathe, and Camp Le Phare. Their "floating campus," True North is a 110 ft. ship that houses medical and mission trip teams and enables them to serve in remote villages difficult to reach by land.