“...the birds of the air will come and nest in its branches.” ~ Matt. 13:32
Please consider giving a tax-deductible gift for Venezuela. We are sending boxes of basic goods and supplies regularly. Make checks out to “MTM” and mail to: Mustard Tree Missions, P.O. Box 8048, Meridian, MS 39303 (Write “Venezuela” on the For line.) OR make your secure donation online thru PayPal. (You will have an option to designate your donation for Venezuela.)

For years Mustard Tree Mission has taken groups on mission trips to Venezeula… but due to the political & economic

conditions in Venezuela, we have not been able to travel there since December 2013. (See photos in our gallery.) We are continuing

to send monetary donations and boxes of supplies which are distributed by our Venezuelan branch, FUNDAMOST.

If you would like to help please consider a financial gift.
Venezuela is currently immersed in one of the worst humanitarian and economic crisis in the Americas. Unfortunately, many still doubt the news about Venezuela and believe the issues to be exaggerated. For a good source of up to date information, check out the “Ask a Venezuelan” website. April 2, 2019: Major power outages since March 7 have crippled Venezuela. Feb 4, 2019: Interview with interim President Juan Guaidó Feb 2, 2019: What’s Happening in Venezuela? 1-minute explanation of latest political developments 2018: Sept 27, 2018: Maracaibo - The Human Cost of the Venezuelan Crisis June 30: Personal first-hand Report on the HEALTHCARE CRISIS in Venezuela. Click here. June 21: A 16 min. heart-wrenching video about the healthcare crisis. June 13: Challenges & Collapse. How has life changed through an economic and democratic collapse? Stories from the lives of Venezuelans. Watch this short 4 min. video. June 11, 2018: Venezuela's sky-high inflation soared to 24,571 percent in the past 12 months. See article. May 20, 2018: Nicolas Maduro was re-elected in fraudulent elections. One mother tells her story: ““Yes, he won, but we still have the same issues. The CLAPs have disappeared, we have water once a week, power comes and goes and crime still makes the rules.” Caracas Chronicles article. See also the CNN article. March 28, 2018: 1.2 million Venezuelans have fled the country in the last two years; 4 million in the last 2 decades. 30,000 Venezuelans sought asylum in the U.S. just last year. “After Syria, the next refugee crisis is in Venezuela.” (Washington Examiner) March 27, 2018: Food being used as a political weapon in Venezuela. CBS Video (5 min.) April 12, 2018: back in March, the inflation rate was 67%; the accumulated rate in the first quarter of the year is 453.7%, and between March 2017 and March 2018, the accumulated inflation is 8,878.1%. Caracas Chronicles “Marking Hyperinflation” Feb. 23, 2018: Venezuelans going to bed hungry as food crisis deepens. People are skipping meals and missing out on vital nutrients because of the persistent shortages. Click for article. Feb. 1, 2018: NPR: “The entire Venezuelan health care system is on the verge of collapse, says Francisco Valencia, head of the public health advocacy group Codevida. Some hospitals lack electricity, and more than 13,000 doctors have left Venezuela in the past four years in search of better opportunities.” Click for article.
You will have the option to designate your donation for Aid to Venezuela.
Mustard Tree Missions, Inc. ©2017
“...the birds of the air will come      and nest in its branches.” ~ Matt. 13:32
Please consider giving a tax-deductible gift for Venezuela. We are sending boxes of basic goods and supplies regularly. Make checks out to “MTM” and mail to: Mustard Tree Missions, P.O. Box 8048, Meridian, MS 39303 (Write “Venezuela” on the For line.) OR make your secure donation online thru PayPal. (You will have an option to designate your donation for Venezuela.)

For years Mustard Tree Mission has taken groups on

mission trips to Venezeula… but due to the political &

economic conditions in Venezuela, we have not been able to

travel there since December 2013. (See photos in our gallery.)

We are continuing to send monetary donations and boxes of

supplies which are distributed by our Venezuelan branch,

FUNDAMOST.

If you would like to help please consider a financial gift.
Venezuela is currently immersed in one of the worst humanitarian and economic crisis in the Americas. Unfortunately, many still doubt the news about Venezuela and believe the issues to be exaggerated. For a good source of up to date information, check out the “Ask a Venezuelan” website. April 2, 2019: Major power outages since March 7 have crippled Venezuela. Feb 4, 2019: Interview with interim President Juan Guaidó Feb 2, 2019: What’s Happening in Venezuela? 1-minute explanation of latest political developments 2018: Sept 27, 2018: Maracaibo - The Human Cost of the Venezuelan Crisis June 30: Personal first-hand Report on the HEALTHCARE CRISIS in Venezuela. Click here. June 21: A 16 min. heart-wrenching video about the healthcare crisis. June 13: Challenges & Collapse. How has life changed through an economic and democratic collapse? Stories from the lives of Venezuelans. Watch this short 4 min. video. June 11, 2018: Venezuela's sky-high inflation soared to 24,571 percent in the past 12 months. See article. May 20, 2018: Nicolas Maduro was re-elected in fraudulent elections. One mother tells her story: ““Yes, he won, but we still have the same issues. The CLAPs have disappeared, we have water once a week, power comes and goes and crime still makes the rules.” Caracas Chronicles article. See also the CNN article. March 28, 2018: 1.2 million Venezuelans have fled the country in the last two years; 4 million in the last 2 decades. 30,000 Venezuelans sought asylum in the U.S. just last year. “After Syria, the next refugee crisis is in Venezuela.” (Washington Examiner) March 27, 2018: Food being used as a political weapon in Venezuela. CBS Video (5 min.) April 12, 2018: back in March, the inflation rate was 67%; the accumulated rate in the first quarter of the year is 453.7%, and between March 2017 and March 2018, the accumulated inflation is 8,878.1%. Caracas Chronicles “Marking Hyperinflation” Feb. 23, 2018: Venezuelans going to bed hungry as food crisis deepens. People are skipping meals and missing out on vital nutrients because of the persistent shortages. Click for article. Feb. 1, 2018: NPR: “The entire Venezuelan health care system is on the verge of collapse, says Francisco Valencia, head of the public health advocacy group Codevida. Some hospitals lack electricity, and more than 13,000 doctors have left Venezuela in the past four years in search of better opportunities.” Click for article.
You will have the option to designate your donation for Aid to Venezuela.
Mustard Tree Missions, Inc. ©2017
“...the birds of the air will come and nest in its branches.” ~ Matt. 13:32
Please consider giving a tax-deductible gift for Venezuela. We are sending boxes of basic goods and supplies regularly. Make checks out to “MTM” and mail to: Mustard Tree Missions, P.O. Box 8048, Meridian, MS 39303 (Write “Venezuela” on the For line.) OR make your secure donation online thru PayPal. (You will have an option to designate your donation for Venezuela.)

For years Mustard Tree Mission has taken groups on mission trips to Venezeula… but

due to the political & economic conditions in Venezuela, we have not been able to travel there

since December 2013. (See photos in our gallery.) We are continuing to send monetary donations

and boxes of supplies which are distributed by our Venezuelan branch, FUNDAMOST.

If you would like to help please consider a financial gift.
Venezuela is currently immersed in one of the worst humanitarian and economic crisis in the Americas. Unfortunately, many still doubt the news about Venezuela and believe the issues to be exaggerated. For a good source of up to date information, check out the “Ask a Venezuelan” website. April 2, 2019: Major power outages since March 7 have crippled Venezuela. Feb 4, 2019: Interview with interim President Juan Guaidó Feb 2, 2019: What’s Happening in Venezuela? 1-minute explanation of latest political developments 2018: Sept 27, 2018: Maracaibo - The Human Cost of the Venezuelan Crisis June 30: Personal first-hand Report on the HEALTHCARE CRISIS in Venezuela. Click here. June 21: A 16 min. heart-wrenching video about the healthcare crisis. June 13: Challenges & Collapse. How has life changed through an economic and democratic collapse? Stories from the lives of Venezuelans. Watch this short 4 min. video. June 11, 2018: Venezuela's sky-high inflation soared to 24,571 percent in the past 12 months. See article. May 20, 2018: Nicolas Maduro was re-elected in fraudulent elections. One mother tells her story: ““Yes, he won, but we still have the same issues. The CLAPs have disappeared, we have water once a week, power comes and goes and crime still makes the rules.” Caracas Chronicles article. See also the CNN article. March 28, 2018: 1.2 million Venezuelans have fled the country in the last two years; 4 million in the last 2 decades. 30,000 Venezuelans sought asylum in the U.S. just last year. “After Syria, the next refugee crisis is in Venezuela.” (Washington Examiner) March 27, 2018: Food being used as a political weapon in Venezuela. CBS Video (5 min.) April 12, 2018: back in March, the inflation rate was 67%; the accumulated rate in the first quarter of the year is 453.7%, and between March 2017 and March 2018, the accumulated inflation is 8,878.1%. Caracas Chronicles “Marking Hyperinflation” Feb. 23, 2018: Venezuelans going to bed hungry as food crisis deepens. People are skipping meals and missing out on vital nutrients because of the persistent shortages. Click for article. Feb. 1, 2018: NPR: “The entire Venezuelan health care system is on the verge of collapse, says Francisco Valencia, head of the public health advocacy group Codevida. Some hospitals lack electricity, and more than 13,000 doctors have left Venezuela in the past four years in search of better opportunities.” Click for article.
You will have the option to designate your donation for Aid to Venezuela.