Frontline Missions in Southeastern Venezuela
Frontline Missions has been working with key partners in Venezuela for over twenty years. Due to the economic and social crisis nationwide, Frontline Missions is focused on assisting impoverished Venezuelans with food relief efforts.
What Is Frontline Missions Doing In Venezuela?
Frontline Missions is feeding 85 people daily, 2,400 monthly.
Hospital Prayer & Services
10 souls coming to Christ monthly.
Project Jesus Film
Audience of 92 people monthly.
Helping patients in despair, donations to low-income people.
Frontline Missions Inc. (FMUSA), a registered nonprofit since 1997, seeks partners to join our mission to feed Venezuelan impoverished children, their families, native mission workers who manage the distribution of the food, and our USA-based team who support them.
Frontline Missions Venezuelan Feeding Project
Overview of areas being serviced.
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Empowering Indigenous Difference-Makers
According to the UN Refugee Agency, more than 4 million Venezuelan refugees still face difficulties accessing food, shelter, health care, education, and formal employment in Latin America and the Caribbean. (Read UNHCR press release here.)
We are concerned with preventing these displaced Venezuelans from becoming refugees as we have found a large number (approximately 19% according to the above report) of Venezuelan refugee children are not attending school but are instead supporting their families with informal and underpaid jobs to make ends meet.
Our national teams are passionate locals who are committed to remain in their country and make it a priority to help integrate impoverished Venezuelans. We have established relationships with many national leaders and groups who are willing to distribute the food baskets and evaluate where micro-loans can best serve to create businesses to employ Venezuelans.
Thank you for considering partnering with Frontline Missions to support these Indigenous leaders. Your partnership will make a meaningful difference for our organization and the Venezuelans we serve.
Feedings At The Local Hospital
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Hospital nurses "complaining" Frontline Missions needs to come back with more food and ministry!
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