Our Mission

Inspired by Christ and St. Francis of Assisi, Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach cares for
people in need through recovery and world-wide distribution of life-saving medical supplies and equipment.



NOTE:  We are unable to accept community donated medical supplies and/or equipment at this time. We are continuing to accept donations from our Midwest hospital partners and want to thank them for their continued and valued support.


VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES ARE SCHEDULED TO RESUME ON MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2021 WITH
ALL SAFETY CDC PRECAUTIONS TAKEN WITH LIMITED SHIFT SPOTS AVAILABLE


Gratitude GivesHelp fund the next 40 foot container that leaves Mission Outreach to head out into the world and deliver healthcare aid to low-resource countries in need of basic medical supplies. Click the container and fund health--TODAY!



During this season of giving, Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach is launching "Gratitude Gives", an outreach series exploring the benefits of gratitude and our deep appreciation for our partners around the world. A commitment to live in gratitude provides perspective, opening our eyes to what is important. As you reflect on the gratitude in your own lives, consider the gratitude others may have for your support of our mission. You can support us here and give someone else the gift of gratefulness.

If you would like to help us bring the warehouse to world, you can click this link and donate to the efforts of sending

HOPE
JOY
DIGNITY
FREEDOM and a 
BRIGHTER FUTURE
for those served by our mission.



Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach has provided medical supplies and equipment to hospitals serving the poor in 95 countries around the world. 


Our latest film, featuring gratitude messages from Ghana, Kenya, India, Haiti, Tanzania, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the Philippines, provides an inspiring look at the impact realized by Mission Outreach and our generous donors.





nurse listening to child's lungs

Since our founding in 2002, Mission Outreach has:

  • Improved healthcare quality and saved lives in more than 95 low-resource countries around the world.

  • Provided doctors, nurses, medical staff, volunteers and family caregivers with the tools necessary to provide healing, hope, and joy to people who live in areas where poverty and disease are rampant.

  • Equipped 530 medical mission organizations with medical supplies and equipment.

  • Saved and redistributed 11 million pounds of surplus medical equipment and supplies valued at over $80 million that would have otherwise ended up in landfills.

  • Made a difference because of the support of countless people throughout the world.

We address the serious unmet medical needs of people in low resource communities around the world by collecting, repairing, packaging and distributing medical supplies and equipment to hospitals and clinics around the world. While our work may sound like simple redistribution of medical things, it is so much more than that. We make a difference.

baby laying on a bed holding someone's hand
lady holding a baby
mission team accepting a donation