During the past year, the average Venezuelan lost 19lb in weight due to a nationwide food shortage. Food and medicine importation is almost inexistent in the country, causing the scarcity of basic food supplies such as milk, eggs, bread. It is estimated that most Venezuelans have one meal per day.Additionally, the average minimum monthly wage of the Venezuelan is of $3.4, making grocery shopping impossible. Other basic needs such as clothing, medicines necessary for treating diabetes, cancer, or to perform medical procedures such as labor and dialysis are unattended. This ministry's goal is to channel donations to help struggling families in Venezuela, for the glory of God alone.

Visit our About Us page to learn more about our mission and purpose.