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Going where the need is greatest! Reaching the poorest of the poor! Providing help to the needy & sharing the spiritual riches of the Gospel!


Beginning in 2002 through 2007, we made several mission trips to Nicaragua bringing in humanitarian aid, medical equipment and supplies, and wheelchairs, which we personally delivered accompanied by our humor-therapy variety clown show.

Delivering expensive equipment & distributing to the poor

bed load bigDelivering hospital beds in Masaya

clothes gift bigDistributing clothes to help kids and families

old folks delivery bigDonated goods for an old folks home -Masaya

orphan girls bigClowning around with orphan girls and giving gifts of clothes - Diriomo

poor clothes bigDistributing in poor neighborhoods -Masaya

poor place bigPlastic and tin, cots for beds, outdoor kitchen - and the girl received a priceless wheelchair -Masaya

thermal cuna bigDelivering expensive hospital equipment -Masaya

wheelchair load bigLoading up wheelchairs for delivery -Managua


We are volunteers and not financially sponsored by an organization. For our mission trips to Nicaragua from 2002 through 2007, we paid our own airfare and expenses; "The International Hospital for Children" (IHC) in New Orleans sponsored medical equipment, medical supplies, and shipping costs; 'Cheer Up Missions' gave regular wheelchairs and specialized wheelchairs for children; ‘The Family Outreach Program’ gave beds and mattresses, and 'Family Missions' gave new clothes for children.


Mission Trip Slideshows


The World Fact Book - NICARAGUA

One of the poorest nations of the Western Hemisphere

Global location of Nicaragua
Nicaragua, the largest country in Central America, is adjacent to El Salvador & Honduras to the north & Costa Rica on the south, & situated between the Caribbean & Pacific Ocean.
Larger map of Nicaragua
Nicaragua: population 5,570,129 (July 2006 est.) Distribution of income is one of the most unequal on the globe. GDP annual growth has been far too low to meet the country's needs, forcing the country to rely on international economic assistance. WORLD FACT BOOK