The Mission of Love will hold its first Mardi Gras Fund Raiser at the Manor Restaurant, 3104 South Canfield-Niles Road in Austintown on February 28, 2017 from 7pm -11pm.
Donation is $30. Celebrate Fat Tuesday with Ron’s amazing Creole cuisine and live music featuring Teddy Pantelas and Friends. Soft beverages will be included. Cash Bar. There will be Chinese and silent auctions and a 50/50 raffle. Tickets can be purchased at the Manor Restaurant (330) 318-8060 or online at our website: www.missionoflove.org
. Event sponsorship and donations for the auctions are welcomed. You can drop off auction donations at the Manor or call (330) 850-1629 to arrange pick up. Mission of Love is an all-volunteer grassroots organization. Founded in 1989, 100% of donations go to people truly in need of your help. Our benefit will help the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, fire victims of Tennessee and orphaned, sick, disabled, and deformed children in need. Volunteers depart March 3rd for our 7th annual cleft/lip palate surgery week. To learn more about our Mission of Love, please visit us at www.missionoflove.org
or at our facebook page @amissionoflove. -----------------------------------------
About Mission of Love
Mission of Love is an all- volunteer grassroots organization. Founded in 1989, 100% of donations go to people truly in need of your help. In 2016: We built homes for the homeless, 36 intense surgeries were completed on children with cleft lip/ pallet deformities, a first fire truck for the native Americans was delivered to Kyle, South Dakota, 90,000 pounds of humanitarian AID was delivered on our 58TH C5 Denton Cargo plane to Guatemala, a van was donated to a Native American family who had no transportation and a father disabled, AID was transported to Standing Rock Native American Indian Reservation, 230 disabled patients were given wheelchairs, therapy and hope, beds were given to children with cerebral palsy who had none and were sleeping on the dirt floor, tuitions were given to children in need of an education and sadly, a funeral was arranged for a child. In December we had another Denton airlift including a handicap bus, an ambulance, 15,000 pounds of corn, thousands of pounds of medical, educational, and AID via the Denton Program/United States Department of Defense. We were able to give to thousands of Mayan Indians food, clothes, and basic needs.
Our Mission of Love has collected sixty comfort quilts for the fire victims of Gatlinburg, Tennessee and will distribute them to those in need with Andrea Thome, February 17, 2017. Our volunteer surgery cleft palate / lip team will be departing March 3, 2017. They will be traveling to Guatemala to do surgeries on children in need of the ability to thrive and smile. 2017 will be our 7th annual surgery trip.
Our Mission of Love is everyday, in every way, collecting, sorting, palletizing, and networking ALL in order to service the poorest of the poor indigenous of our world. We hope that you will want to be a part of our international Mission of Love. All contributions will make a difference in many lives both in the United States and abroad. Your donations are tax deductible. paypal donations are available on our website at www.missionoflove.org
where you can view annual newsletters, ongoing projects and letters of gratitude. Thank you for your consideration. With love and gratitude, Kathleen Price