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Mission of Hope

P.O. Box 325, Lees Summit, 64063, MO, USA
The Mission of Hope was founded by Bob and Sharon Johnson in Haiti, where they were able to acquire a piece of barren land just north of Port Au Prince. Their vision was to build a mission complex that would effectively reach out and minister to the physical and spiritual needs of the less fortunate people in Haiti.

In 1998, the torch was passed to Bob and Sharon's son, Brad, and his wife, Vanessa. As they felt the call on their lives to make Haiti their home, they became pioneers of what was to become Mission of Hope as we know it today.

The Mission of Hope Complex now sits on 76 acres of land. Approximately 1,200 children are enrolled in the School of Hope and the Hope House Orphanage houses and cares for over 40 children and the Hospital of Hope will soon be operational. Over 600 adults, youth and children come from surrounding villages to attend the Church of Hope. In addition, the Mission of Hope assists close to 200 children in four other orphanages in nearby villages through the Feed A Child program. The Mission of Hope is able to contribute to the local economy by employing over 150 Haitian women and men.
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