Mission Haiti Reports

2008 March 14th – 20th

Mission Report
In March 2008, MannaRelief took an 11 person team on its first trip to Haiti. The team members ranged in age from 16 to 62. During the week long mission trip they managed to visit 7 orphanages and touched the lives of over 450 children. With the love of God they delivered dietary supplements and gifts, including over 2,550 bottles of GlycoBears, 25 bottles of MannaBears and 25 tubs of Ambrotose.

The Haiti mission trip was a life-changing experience for both the orphans and the team members. The children were overjoyed when the team arrived and their faces lit up with excitement when the team handed out the dietary supplements and interacted with them. The team members had several opportunities to minister to the children by singing songs and performing Bible stories with the help of puppets.

Team members said, “MannaRelief Mission trips are the most rewarding and life-changing experiences they could ever have.” We would like to invite you to experience one of these amazing, life-changing mission trips with us. Find out more on our Missions page.

Mission Schedule
March 14– The Missions team arrived in Haiti and had orientation.
 March 15 – The team was able to visit two orphanages: B471 Mother Theresa’s Centerwith160 children and in the afternoon we visited B668 Maison des Enfants de Dieuwith 78 children. Mother Theresa’s Center had a great impact on the team due to the severity of their malnutrition.
March 16– We had the opportunity to visit our translator Son Laury’s church, while one   of the team members preached the gospel to the Haitians. After the church service we went to B339 Haiti Rescue Missionwith 67 children, and then headed to B285 Love a Childwith 67 children.
March 17 – Today the team visited B272 Heartline Ministrieswith 20 children.
March 18– Today the team visited B24 Children of Hopewith 27 children.
March 19– A day of local sightseeing, the team stayed for the day and night at a local resort on the beach and took a boat ride to a small island and swam in the ocean.

March 20– While we departed for the USA, our translator dropped off the dietary supplements to B111 Lespinasse Orphanagewith 14 children.

Mission Kenya Reports

2007 February 13th

Mission Report

A team of 12 visited Kenya in February and were able to reach over 1,200 children- blessing them with glyconutrients. We were able to visit 16 orphanages and made 7 drops, distributing over 4,000 bottles of GlycoBears and over 100 tubs of Ambrotose. The team held a 4-day crusade in the slums and ministered at two churches. A game drive at the Masai Mara Lodge was enjoyed by all.

This trip was made possible because of your donations and the willingness of the associates who volunteered their time to go. It was great to hear the testimonies of the caregivers who were grateful for the nutritional support provided by the dietary supplements.

Mission Romania Reports

2009 June 9th – 18th

To celebrate MannaRelief’s 10 years of impacting children’s’ lives all around the world, MannaRelief put together a volunteer team and went back to Romania where it all started. From June 9 – 18, the team traveled across Romania, through six major cities, and delivered nutritional products to 8 orphanages that will help support the children in their care. With your support, we were able to provide advanced nutrition that will impact over 900 children. MannaRelief is so proud to join hands and partner with so many life-giving organizations in Romania to provide a better quality of life for orphans and children in need.

We want to thank everyone for the prayer and support we received. Mission Romania 2009 was a huge success!


June 9 – Left origin for London Heathrow airport for layover.

June 10 – In flight and arrived in Bucharest, Romania at 4:20 P.M.

June 11 – Delivered 480 GlycoBears and 53 tubs of Ambrotose to House of Angels in Gaesti that cares for 40 children. Traveled to Christian Association for Children’s EDU & Community in Gaiseni to deliver 600 bottles of GlycoBears and 37 tubs of Ambrotose to 150 children.

June 12 – Traveled to first Gypsy Camp, Romanian Kids Ministry, to deliver 600 Glycobears that will support 300 children.


Check out some photos taken
on the mission in Romania!

June 13 – Toured Bran-Dracula’s Castle and traveled to Cluj.

June 14 – Attended church service and traveled to second Gypsy Camp to deliver over 1,400 bottles of GlycoBears and 50 tubs of Ambrotose that will support 190 children.

June 15 – Delivered 250 bottles of GlycoBears and 4 tubs of Ambrotose to Livada Orphan Care that supports 37 children. Dropped off 200 GlycoBears for Under FAF / PataRat that will help support 17 children. Traveled to Bread of Life to deliver 600 bottles of GlycoBears and 40 tubs of Ambrotose that will support 90 children.

June 16 – Traveled to Casa Shalom in Bucharest to deliver 900 GlycoBears and 45 tubs of Ambrotose for 81 children.

June 17 –  Toured Bucharest.

June 18 – Left Romania to return home.

Mission South Africa / Swaziland Reports


Mission Report

In June 2008, MannaRelief returned to South Africa and Swaziland with a 16 person team. During the trip they visited 21 Orphanages and touched the lives of over 1,100 children. With the love of God, they delivered dietary supplements to the orphans, including over 5,800 bottles of GlycoBears, 90 bottles of MannaBears and 320 tubs of Ambrotose. The team ministered to lots of excited children through songs and puppet shows and were blessed with smiles and laughter while they handed out the dietary supplements. Every team member was deeply impacted by their experiences on this trip. Having now seen the suffering of the children first-hand they have a full understand of the need that exists in both South Africa and Swaziland. The team members realized this will be an unforgettable experience and a constant reminder of how blessed they really are. You too can be blessed with the joy of giving an orphan hope!  Please consider joining us on our next mission trip.

Mission Schedule

May 29  – Delivered dietary supplements to B504 Shalom Ministries with 24 children.

June 2   The team departed from the United States and Canada.

June 3  – Arrived in the UK, had a Day-Excursion in London and then departed for South Arica.

June 4  – Arrived in Johannesburg, the team traveled to Badplaas, and stayed overnight at the Natural Hot Springs hotel.

June 5  – The team traveled to Swaziland and then visited the B46 Antioch Development Center with 100 children, B887 ABC Ministries with 40 children and B466 Light To The Nations with 50 children.

June 6  – Visited B561 Hilltop Orphan Protection & Empowerment with 45 children, B761 Emmanuel Khayelethu with 33 children and B495 New Hope Center.

June 7  – The team traveled to Johannesburg and visited B552 Tumelo Home with 30 children

June 8  – The team attended a Church Service and visited B716 Shilo Harvest Ministries with 50 children

June 9  – The team traveled to Welkom and visited B770 The Pines with 17 children and then B364 Kingdom Ministries of Christ with 70 children

June 10 – The team traveled to Addo Game Park and enjoyed the elephant park.

June 11 – The team experienced a safari game drive and a meal in the park, then traveled to Jeffrey’s Bay where they visited B820 Oceans of Mercy Village with 17 children.

June 12 – The team visited B621 SOS Project DR Church with 70 children and B528 Ithemba, 80 children.

June 13 – The team traveled to Cape Town.

June 14 – The team visited B578 Miqlat Bowy House with 16 children, B795 Miqlat Miriam House with 19 children B794 Miqlat Wendy – Drommedaris with 28 children.

June 15 – Attended Church Service and then visited B767 Helping Hands with 35 children.

June 16 – The team visited B420 Leadership Development Foundation Trust with 100 children.

June 17 – Shopping Day and then depart for USA & Canada.

June 18 – Delivered dietary supplements to B71 Amelia’s Orphanage with 96 children and B580 Tabita Aksi with 200 children.

2007 September 26th

Mission Report

Recently MannaRelief visited these countries through our Missions program. Twenty six people, of which seventeen were teenagers representing Rebirth, had the awesome privilege of being able to visit/deliver product to 28 orphanages. We witnessed firsthand the children’s needs and we provided a generous amount of dietary supplements. The orphanage directors, caregivers, socialworkers, and ministry leaders expressed their gratitude for the nutritional support provided. Praise God! For all the volunteers who ventured on this trip to not only help deliver the much needed supplements but also to be a tangible extension of God’s love.

Many Smiles!

What a blessing it was to see the many smiles every where we went as the hundreds of kid’s faces lit up when the Global Rebirth team performed puppet shows and handed out the supplements plus much appreciated gifts. It is such a joy to not only supply nutritional support but also extend Christ’s love, peace and joy!

Mission Zambia Reports

2006 August 3rd

Mission Report

We have had a lot of success with our mission trips and especially our Impact Africa project.  MannaRelief was able to touch an eight country region with one container drop! We continue to receive new Blessing applications, new contacts and incredible feedback from this important project.

The latest MannaMissions team to return was our Zambia team. What amazing testimonies they shared with us!  Over the 11 days our missionaries spent in Zambia they interacted with:

  • 9 Zambian orphanages
  • 6 day care facilities that ministers to orphaned children
  • 6 churches running schools, orphanages, day care facilities, or providing other services to orphans
  • 4 schools
  • 2 clinics

Our team also met with media representatives for two interviews. One interview was conducted by local Lusaka media upon arriving in Zambia and the second by Bishop Nelson Mumba for his Trinity Broadcast Network television program prior to departure. The team was truly affected by what they saw and did in Zambia.

Here are just a few of their comments:
  • “It was all worth it to see the kids get the nutrients and watch them change before our eyes.” Don Partridge
  • “Zambia is a Christian country and we were received well by Christian leaders, care givers, and the 1,000+ Zambian orphans that we interacted with directly. Indirectly I believe our trip will touch at least another 1,000 orphaned children!” Phil Hilliard