From 01 June, our Portglenone shop opening hours are: Monday (closed) Tuesday 10:30 – 16:30 Wednesday 10:30 – 16:30 Thursday 10:30 – 16:30 Friday 10:30 – 16:30 Saturday 10:00 – 16:30 Image credit: codepo8.
Mission Possible was founded on 1 June 2006, seven years ago today. Celebrate this occasion with us by thanking God for what has been achieved through Mission Possible over these last 7 years and by asking Him to continue to bless the work in Colombia. This photo was taken in Egypt in 2008 and shows […]
This poster shows how the children at Hope House appreciate your generosity. Click the link for further information on how you can help. What can I donate to Mission Possible?
Mission Possible is delighted to report that the renovations and extensions to Hope House have been completed. The overall capacity has been increased from 11 children at the beginning of 2012, to space for 20 children. The image accompanying this post shows four children who were rescued and brought into Hope House following the recent renovations. […]
This picture shows the new toilet and shower block in Hope House. For some of the children, this is the first time that they have ever had a shower or used a proper toilet!
Andrew is one of the children in Hope House. During Joe and Sadie’s trip to the home in March 2013, Andrew presented Sadie (his adopted Godmother) with a beautiful bouquet of flowers for Mother’s Day, a humbling and emotional experience that will always be remembered. You will note the difference in his countenance after two years in […]
To all our brothers and sisters in the Lord who prayed for Joe and I during our trip to Bogota, a great big thank you. We thank God that He blessed us with good health and strength and we are humbled by His faithfulness. We can confirm that the renovations at Hope House are a […]
God has provided Mission Possible with a very exciting and challenging three year project which will have an immense impact on the lives of Street Children in Bogota, Colombia. The Juan Rey district, the location for the above project, is a downtown area of Bogota where approximately 8,000 people live in extreme poverty and where […]