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As a family, especially over the past 5 years, we have learned just how important hope is to sustaining us.  In the first days, weeks, and months after our son’s tragic accident, we hoped against all odds for his survival and full recovery.  I often...

By Anny Tabora Molina Seasons. Life is that—seasons. Some are full of pain, and others are unexpected. The truth is that we do not know what the next season of our lives will entail, but we can be sure of three things. First, each one can...

By Dr. Robert Stephens, Retired President of the Bernard McDonough Foundation and Ohio Valley University My wife, Ridglae, and I are long-term supporters of Mission UpReach and continue to be amazed at all that is being accomplished by Phil, Donna and their coworkers in Honduras. We...

by Scott Bedichek Now is cause for reflection. This year will mark the first year I have not been to Honduras since 2012. I have been to Honduras with Mission UpReach in some capacity on 14 different occasions in the last 8 years. My family has...

by Phil Waldron In an online article by Philanthropy News Digest, it was reported that results from a large survey of non-profits showed that, “more than seven in ten respondents (72.6 percent) said they had seen a drop in fundraising revenue (up from 67.9 percent in...

DESEO Project and Matching Challenge Bless Our Ministry We are humbled that so many of you responded to two of our more recent fundraising efforts. Our DESEO Project (child sponsorship program) was able to successfully take food baskets to 242 families! These baskets consisted of basic...

We are sad to report that Jeremias Santos along with his wife, Karol and their three children, Nixi, Laura and Jeremy are leaving Mission UpReach to take a job in the Dominican Republic. Jeremias, born and raised in the Dominican Republic, is our longest employed...

By Phil Waldron, CEO, Mission UpReach, Inc. In referring to James 4:13, one author wrote, “The problem here is not making the plan- James doesn’t go on to say that planning is sinful, or foolish. The problem is an attitude of self-reliance. “Tomorrow, I will do...

It has been two whole years since the Jason Simpson family accepted our invitation to come to Honduras and help us launch a well drilling operation. It took eight years of praying and fundraising before that, 10 years in total, for Mission UpReach to be...

Osiris was born and raised in Santa Rosa de Copán. Born to a single mother who had developmental challenges, she was raised by her maternal grandmother. In her home, there was discord and a lack of support and love. Osiris mostly felt like a burden...