Our Mission

Inspired by Christ and St. Francis of Assisi, Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach cares for people in need
through recovery and world-wide distribution of life-saving medical supplies and equipment.

Help Nepal

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Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach is assisting recovery efforts in Nepal through the donation of medical supplies that have been transported into Nepal by our partners in Pakistan. We are grateful for relationships such as this which enable us to share supplies to those in need around the world and now to those who suffer in Nepal following the earthquake.

Countries affected by natural disasters must go through a
multi-stage process including:

  • Search and rescue

  • Emergency relief

  • Recovery

  • Community development and rebuilding

  • Disaster risk reduction

Mission Outreach support will continue during the long process of recovery and rebuilding. Physicians working with Mission Outreach and the American Nepal Medical Foundation are in Nepal conducting a needs assessment to provide the information and partnerships necessary for the success of future shipments from us.


Nepal needs your help. Click here to learn more.

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We address the serious unmet medical needs of people in developing countries by collecting, repairing, packaging, and distributing medical supplies and equipment to hospitals and clinics around the world. While our work may sound like simple redistribution of medical things, it is so much more than that. We make a difference.

Mission Outreach is dedicated to serving others
through our Core Values of Respect, Care,
Competence, and Joy.

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Thank you for supporting our ministry.



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Since our founding in 2002,
Mission Outreach has:

  • Improved healthcare quality and saved lives in 87 developing countries around the world.

  • Provided doctors, nurses, medical staff, volunteers, and family caregivers with the tools necessary to provide healing, hope, and joy to people who live in areas where poverty and disease are rampant.

  • Equipped 530 medical mission organizations with medical supplies and equipment.

  • Saved and redistributed 9 million pounds of surplus medical equipment and supplies valued at over $49 million that would have otherwise ended up in landfills.

  • Made a difference because of the support of countless people throughout the world.
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