World Missions Outreach
What Makes Us Different?
World Missions Outreach is revolutionizing the way you look at charity, missions & giving
We are just as over the Sarah McLachlan, sad, shock factor, depressing images that have been used & abused to guilt you into giving.
This method has desensitized the concept of real poverty & adversities. Are they real? Yes. Do we work in those areas? Of course; but the abuse of charity & the glamorization of poverty to guilt you into giving is not what we are about.
We want you to feel excited to help. We want you to be a part of ending the generational cycle of poverty, not just enabling it. We want you to see the change!
Have you ever watched one of those commercials and then 3 years later - it's the same commercial. No change? Why would you keep giving your money, time and effort into something that seems to produce no results?
At WMO we will never try to sell you a sob story. Yes, there are plenty of cases that would rip your heart out; but we will never exploit those stories in a glamorized way to enhance our platform.
Instead, we want to show you our success. We want to show you that your time, effort & donations are actually creating change for a better today, tomorrow & future.
How Do We Measure Our Success?
Simple! We measure our success by the success of our students that have gone through our program! We provide not just a handout, but a hand up! Our focus is on education & nutrition - physically, mentally & spiritually.
We provide students with a chance to learn & receive education through core fundamental courses & trade skill classes such as agriculture, woodwork, English, computer tech & more. This ensures no child goes home hungry.
We are giving students a chance at a different future. This isn't just a one time hand out that you will never know its effect. This is a way that we can truly measure the success of combating childhood hunger & end the generational cycle of poverty. This is how you change the future.
We have students who never imagined graduating high school that have gone onto college and now have prestigious careers. We have students who are now doctors, lawyers, translators and even teach at our WMO Schools.
In Nicaragua, more than 50% of students drop out of school to find odd and end jobs to help provide food for their families before they ever reach high school.
This is the now generation. These are the students who are going to make a difference in their communities. These are the faces of ambitious young adults who beat all the odds stacked against them! These are the faces of the Future