Missionary Ventures Canada supports a variety of projects that serve the unique needs of people living within global communities. No two projects are identical, as the needs and resources of each community vary. Neither do projects remain the same over time the years; rather they adapt and develop to the changing needs of the community.

Projects are established based on evident need witnessed through previous visits and noted through conversations with locals, expressed by missionaries living in the field or by partnerships organizations with extensive involvement in a particular area.

An emphasis on the assets of a community is followed, this means that we seek to maximize the assets a community already possesses rather than trying to fix what may be lacking. Some of these assets may include; healthy soil or lots of volunteer labour.

The overall goal of these projects is longevity. At the start, Missionary Ventures Canada is heavily involved in the efforts alongside the locals, but over time the community assumes sole leadership and responsibility of sustaining the project.

Our end goal is always self sustainability, and a decreased reliance on the Canadian office.


Caribbean Projects

Pastor support

Many pastors go without as they care for their congregation. Many are fortunate to receive $8 USD per month and therefore are unable to feed their families. Your support will assist in bringing needed food and support for those who bring the life of the gospel to the...

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Food for Kids

Children are often the ones who feel the greatest effects of malnourishment. Your donation will assist in providing a meal for the ongoing Kids Clubs that are being so effecting in bringing kids to Christ. Designate all donations CARIB-CHILDREN to assist in this...

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Food Security

Projects are being created to assist the sustainability of believers and churches. Agricultural and Animal Projects are moving forward. Projects include: yucca, vegetables, chickens, goats, pics, sheep. All donations designated CARIB-FOOD will provide the ability for...

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Construction workers needed

Construction workers are needed to assist in building new churches and assist in enlarging existing churches. Many believers in this country have little means to supply the financial infrastructure that is needed. Please consider not only donating but being personally...

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Guatemalan Projects

Huehuetenango Area – opportunities to serve

Opportunities exist for construction of schools, classrooms and homes, teaching in schools, training teachers, children and youth ministry, Medical and dental, and so much more! Your hosts, Gilberto and Ruth – our National Missionary Reps will host teams and...

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Guatemala Hospital Project

Hospital Expansion Project Medical services of Life and Hope in Nebaj, Guatemala Although access to quality medical care is limited in all areas, remote areas and the indigenous populations suffer the greatest. A health clinic was established in the area outside of...

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Mexican Projects

Casa Compasiva -Elli and Lila Quezada in Oaxaca, Mexico

Elli manages a recording studio where he and 5 other audio technicians record all the New Testaments, Old Testament Summaries, and dub the Jesus Film in the 120 languages of Oaxaca. Lila is founder and director of Casa Compasiva. A non-profit Christian Birth center...

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Nicaraguan Projects

Tuition Assistance Program – Nicaragua

  In partnership with NCA, Missionary Ventures Canada administers funds to assist children in Nicaragua to receive quality education who would otherwise be unable to attend. There are over 900 students enrolled at three NCA campuses who continue to learn, grow...

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Clean Water Project – Nicaragua

Dangerous sediments found in water supplies can cause many people to become sick or develop deformities. Many communities exist in extreme poverty or in remote locations which are difficult to access or reach. There are various solutions to the problem of unclean...

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Peru Projects

Lima Peru

Alex Cotrina leads a charity – Mision Christiana La Gloria de Dios in Lima Peru.  Together with Alex, we are wanting to impact this impoverished city. Over the years, MVC has been involved in Pastor training, micro-finance and medical teams. We are wanting to impact...

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Iquitos, Peru – Children’s Home – Hogar Genesis

Iquitos is the world’s largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road. Coming by air and river are the only means of entry into this metropolis situated on the edge of the Amazon jungle. As you take a tour of the city, you will come across shantytowns like...

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South Sudan Projects

South Sudan

PROGRAMS Child Sponsorship Programs There are many children that are in desperate need of educational sponsorships in order to continue to attend school. In the community of Kulipapa, statistics show that at the grade 1 level, 23 students attended school regularly,...

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South Western Ontario Canada Projects

Migrant Worker Ministry

Julio Farfan, a Guatemalan, now living in Canada works with migrant workers in the Exeter, Burford and Tavistock rural areas of Southwestern Ontario. He overseas a ministry that reaches out to about 150 workers from May to October. Migrant workers leave their family,...

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Swaziland Projects


Missionary Ventures Canada connects with indigenous pastors who not only have a vision for their community but are willing to do the hard work of fostering involvement from those in their communities. Our most recent project will include the construction of a...

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New Ministries

MVC has recently partnered with South Sudanese Field Representative, Vinansio Wani-Lado. Vinansio came to Canada after fleeing as a refugee from South Sudan due to the civil war that tore apart the North and the South areas of the country.

He still has a heart for the people of South Sudan and desires to continue to help them. Together we will be building a multi purpose care centre for children and youth in a rural area near Juba, South Sudan.

Also, children who are in special need have the opportunity to receive a sponsorship from Canadians to supplement their education expenses. Lastly, since access to quality education is limited in this country, we are also developing a computer education program where students who are excelling in their studies can come and learn how to use a computer, the internet and other skills that will help them become more employable in the future.

These skills are very valuable, but there are limited places for this type of instruction, and almost always the cost is more than what a family can afford.