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.
Angel Gets Her Miracle
PHILIPPINES – When a typhoon destroyed Angel’s home in the Philippines, her family had nowhere safe to stay. Now homeless in the Philippines, their lives were turned upside down. That night Angel, age 9, and her siblings had done their best to sleep through the storm, but they were frightened. “I was scared of the Read More…
Hope For Agnes After Tragedy Strikes
UKASI VILLAGE, KENYA – Agnes and her husband Joseph lived together with their children in Kenya. Agnes’s life would soon be inexorably changed. A change that would take her from sorrow to a successful microenterprise in Kenya. Expecting her third child, Agnes cared for the children while Joseph worked in town. But then an unimaginable Read More…
Clean Water For Mario in Mexico!
Mario is a 9-year old boy living in Chiapas, Mexico. His father raises Mario along with his five brothers. Every day, Mario and his family must make the perilous journey to find clean water in Mexico. Without a source nearby, they must walk over an hour to find water. The journey is exhausting and hard Read More…
Was Blind, But Now I See
CHINA – Yaya was a bright child born into a dark world. Doctors diagnosed her with leukoma corneal, a genetic disease inherited from her father that leaves a white plaque over her eyes, and Yaya couldn’t see much of the world around her. At 16-years-old, she’d been struggling with this disease her entire life and Read More…
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