Operation Blessing and our partners are dedicated to demonstrating God’s love by alleviating human need and suffering in the United States and around the world.
what we do
In the United States, and around the world, YOU are helping fill hungry bellies and fight hunger-related health problems through compassionate hunger relief programs in homes, schools, churches, and entire communities!
Water is essential to life and with Operation Blessing YOU are bringing clean water to the poor and suffering through thoughtful and innovative clean water solutions that have the power to shape a brighter future.
From floods and hurricanes here in the U.S., to earthquakes and humanitarian crises around the world, your partnership helps Operation Blessing to be first on the ground with relief and long-term recovery for those facing devastation and loss.
Through medical and dental brigades, community health volunteer training, ultrasound and women’s health programs, and life-changing surgeries, you are helping to heal our world’s sick and hurting with kindness and care.
Working Hand in Hand in the Midst of Disaster
LOUISIANA – This year hurricanes battered the Gulf Coast once again. However, your faithful love and support is working hand in hand with our Hurricane Ida disaster volunteers to reach out to victims during these difficult times. When Hurricane Ida struck Louisiana with winds nearing category 5 force, it wreaked havoc in towns like Houma, Read More…
Food For Hungry Families in Kenya
KENYA – Ngaiduana lives with her children in the Arapal Village of northern Kenya. Recently her village began experiencing a severe drought that devastated the community. Animals are left without water, crops are not growing, and many families are struggling with severe hunger. Because of the drought, the need for food for hungry families in Read More…
No Longer Afraid to Drink - Thanks to the Blessing of Clean Water
HONDURAS – Meet Yoselin, a sweet 8-year-old girl from San Juan, Honduras. She is being raised by her grandmother, and the two enjoy doing almost everything together. What they don’t enjoy is the difficult and dangerous daily trek to fetch water. But when Yoselin’s grandmother became too old to make the treacherous journey, Yoselin had to go alone. She said, “Walking there is Read More…
Running Toward a Brighter Tomorrow
PERU – Three-year-old Raysa had been born in one of the many poor communities of Iquitos, Peru. When her mother, Magaly, was six months pregnant, an ultrasound revealed Raysa had a serious condition called equinus, a form of clubfoot. This would limit the mobility of her both of her feet and could cause the child Read More…
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