water scarcity makes life in rural Kenya a struggle for the families there. Montana on a Mission partners with the community to bring clean water and opportunities.
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The ‘secret’ to success

There’s always work to do. Maintenance and supervision of projects by Montana on a Mission local employees is what keeps the clean water flowing to the tens of thousands of people who depend on them for water daily. Did you know that up to 80% of the wells drilled in Africa are defunct for want of basic maintenance. We are committed to keeping 100% of Montana on a Mission boreholes flowing for generations to come!

Thank you! 12,000 hungry people received food thanks to you! We just finished food distribution in each of our 13 Kenya project areas that have been hit by severe drought this past year. We are supplying a two week food pack for nearly 600 of the most vulnerable families and helping about 8000 more people with their staple energy food, Ugali. In some areas we had 200 families show up hoping for food. The beneficiaries are thanking God and thank you!
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Kenya emergency food relief

Thank you! 12,000 hungry people received food thanks to you!
We just finished food distribution in each of our 13 Kenya project areas that have been hit by severe drought this past year. We are supplying a two week food pack for nearly 600 of the most vulnerable families and helping about 8000 more people with their staple energy food, Ugali. In some areas we had 200 families show up hoping for food. The beneficiaries are thanking God and thank you!

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To help the most vulnerable families; widows, single mothers, disabled parents etc. Montana on a Mission is putting together emergency food relief for all of our project areas. Please consider a donation now to disaster relief to keep a family alive during this crisis.

Montana on a Mission works to help struggling families right here at home and around the world.
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Thank You! Matching Funds Update

You did it! Thanks to YOU we met our year-end matching funds goal of $30,000! Thanks to your generosity we were able to raise $30,000 during our end of year campaign and that means the $30,000 becomes $60,000! This couldn’t have come at a better time with the dual crises in the Philippines and Kenya of typhoon and drought. We are currently responding with emergency food relief, clean water, blankets and clothing and short term shelter as needed. We are working on a longer range recovery plan for the Philippines that will include repairing and rebuilding homes destroyed during the super typhoon and resulting flooding. Stay tuned for more information on that but for now we just want to say…

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Relief for the hurting

Thanks to your generous donations emergency relief in the form of food, water, clothing and shelter is going out to folks suffering from severe drought in Kenya and those working towards recovery from the category 4 typhoon in Bohol, Philippines. Thank you for showing the Love of Christ! They are praising God because of your provision!