Supporting Street Children in Bogota, Colombia
Moving from Mission Possible to One Mission Society
As Mission Possible’s Joe and Sadie planned to retire, they wanted to be sure that the mission they gave their heart and soul to would continue in safe hands. Click here to read how the legacy of Mission Possible now continues on under One Mission Society UK.
Sharing God’s Love
Mission Possible brings much needed love, food, shelter and care to children who are, or could be at risk of becoming, abandoned Street Children in Bogota, Colombia.
We share God’s love and compassion to children and their families who live in areas of extreme poverty and who are subject to a life of hunger, crime, abuse, despair and rejection.
One Lord – One Life – One Calling
Hope and a Home
Mission Possible funds the day to day running costs of two separate residential homes. Hope House 1 and Hope House 2 are for boys and girls who have been totally abandoned on the streets or may be at risk of abandonment.
Hope House 1
A residential care home in the centre of Bogota for boys from age 5 upwards. Some of the boys are rescued from the horrors of a life spent wandering the streets, all alone and subject to all sorts of horrible abuse.
Hope House 2
A residential home giving accommodation for up to 12 girls. The girls living here are provided with a safe environment, getting them off the streets where they could be subject to abuse they shouldn’t have to suffer.
Food and an Education
Juan Rey Cultural Centre
In the very poor district of Juan Rey, Bogota, Mission Possible funds a project where children receive nutritious food, learn important life skills and are taught about the love of Jesus.
** Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Cultural Centre is currently unable to run the programmes in the building. Instead they are supporting families through delivering food parcels to their homes. They are also giving out educational materials, providing laptops and one to one tuition where needed.
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50 children are able to return to the Juan Rey project programme at the Cultural Centre, since the necessary biosecurity protocols have been put in place. The programme includes providing food and education and being taught God’s Word. Many of the children have no...
Hope House 1 welcomes a new resident, Jhosed, to Hope House! Jhosed is the new member of the Home. He is 8 years old and was born in Palmira, Bogotá. He is the younger of two brothers, who were left by their mother in the care of their grandmother. The grandmother had...
Yeferson, has been living in Hope House 1 since he was 8 years old. He lost his dad in the armed conflict in Colombia, which forced his mum to travel to Bogotá with her five young children. The struggling mother had nothing to live on, no family to help and in...
We sell a wide range of items including bric-a-brac, homeware, furniture, clothing and electricals. We support OMS ministries in Columbia and Ireland through the funds raised in this shop.
New volunteers, donations and customers would be greatly appreciated.
Come see us at 3 Railway St, Strabane BT82 8EF