We’re giving back.
Audrey Hepburn said, “As you grow older, you discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.”
That’s how we see ourselves at Mission – one hand holding a paintbrush, the other holding the hand of an at-risk child.
Since 1985, we’ve been growing. Now it’s time to give back. So we’re donating a one-year child sponsorship with every home improvement. With each major job, we sponsor a vulnerable boy or girl for a full year. Plus, we donate 10% of profits to fight poverty and human trafficking.
Join the adventure.
Choosing Mission as your contractor will help us fight injustice. But there’s another way. In our overseas aid work, we learned the best way to beat modern day slavery is by helping poor families start self-sustaining businesses. (When people can earn a living they don’t sell their children to feed the rest of the family.)
So we’re helping to fund self-supporting projects like a vegetable farm and a chicken ranch near Kathmandu. Plus, we recently purchased a 15-passenger bus that allowed Nepali locals to launch a booming taxi business. Other start-ups are in the works – which is where you come in.
Our goal is to take local business people (like you) with us on future vision trips to Africa and Nepal. If you want to be part of the solution to child exploitation, this is a proven way to fight the poverty that breeds slavery.
You can call Eric direct at 312.613.8323 or email him to discuss traveling with us, making a tax-deductible gift, or suggesting an idea. If you own a business of any size, you can impact poverty in some new and exciting ways.
Let’s grab coffee and discuss how.