Our fundraiser will be on December 13th in Portland, Oregon. Check out the details here!
Also, Oregon Health & Science University’s Global Health Center is collaborating with us for our clinics!
Click to read the Catholic Sentinel’s article about the baby above.
Global Mustard Seed Missions Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Christian non-profit. We provide mobile medical care services within economically impoverished regions. Clinics are sustained by doctors who are local to the area.
“Above all of things, have fervent charity among yourselves.” (1 Peter 4:8, Holy Bible)
Want to support us?
Financial Donation: To donate money to Global Mustard Seed Missions, click the yellow “Donate” button below. The funds received go towards buying medicines, supplies, and equipment; paying clinicians local to the area we are serving; and fundraising. Many of the products we buy are purchased in the local country, which helps stimulate the local economy.
Supplies Donation: Donations that are welcome for upcoming trips include the following: medications (prescriptions and over the counter), vitamins, iron supplements, etc. These can be mailed to: Global Mustard Seed Missions Inc., 4536 SW Hamilton St. Portland, OR 97221.
Volunteer: If you would be interested in volunteering in Tanzania or Haiti with us, please contact Charmika Schuster at firstname.lastname@example.org. No medical training required! Please note that your trip expenses would need to be funded by you.
We are called Global Mustard Seed Missions Inc. because mustard seeds are very small, but they grow to become large trees. The Bible says, “It is like a grain of mustard seed, which a man took and cast into his garden; and it grew, and waxed a great tree; and the fowls of the air lodged in the branches of it.” (Luke 13:17). Founder Charmika Schuster is just one person, but the organization she created continues to grow. We’ve already expanded from Haiti to Tanzania. In the future, we hope to serve in more countries with our mobile medical clinic model.
Pic: Dr. Cornelia Taylor, Medical Director, Portland
“Top Doc 2012,” and Pat Michels, RN.