“We are extremely grateful to Mission Outreach and its contributing hospitals for donations of medical equipment and supplies. These items, which might otherwise have been discarded, are treasures to our recipients. Believe me when I say that through your efforts you are bringing hope to many throughout the world.”

~ Paul C. Brown, Director, U.S. Navy’s Project Handclasp


Over 530 hospitals, clinics, churches, aid organizations, doctors, nurses, and volunteers distribute medical supplies provided by Mission Outreach across the globe. These individuals and organizations are also some of the first to respond when a country has been affected by a natural disaster or other calamity. The devotion to their work encourages us to continue our mission of providing quality medical supplies and equipment to our Healing Partners.

One of the organizations with whom we are honored to collaborate is Twelve Baskets Full, Inc. - a not-for-profit organization rooted in religious principles dedicated to the acquisition and professional redistribution of medications to those in need throughout the world.  It is confident in God's provision of an abundance of created goods and the necessity of sharing that abundance with those in need as an act of faith and thanksgiving for God's goodness toward humanity.

We are pleased to spotlight the following Healing Partners

Kenya Relief

Mission Outreach partners with Kenya Relief to equip thousands of physicians and nurses providing medical care for more than 70,000 patients through regular medical mission tours, through the Brase Clinic, and soon through a new hospital.




Learn more HERE


Food for the Poor

Food for the Poor is one of the largest international relief organizations in the U.S. Mission Outreach partners with Food for the Poor to provide medical supplies and equipment to 17 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.




Learn more HERE


Andean Health and Development

In 2014, Mission Outreach was on hand to help inaugurate Hesburgh Hospital in Santo Domingo, Ecuador.  Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach provided 80 percent of the supplies and equipment necessary to open this new teaching hospital. Hesburgh Hospital, in honor of Father Theodore Hesburgh, operates on a unique model that builds sustainable services.


Learn more HERE


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