Fact Sheet

Compassion Is Love In Action

Purchased boat kits for fishermen who lost their boats and livelihood in typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Medicines and other relief supplies were also given.

“Save a Child Campaign” reached 15,000 forgotten children living in orphanages, on the streets, including the “children of the night” (children of prostitutes) are provided with vitamins, food, clothing, blankets and knitted hats.


Loving hands knit many hats to give children around the world

Provided annual funding to 17,000 children in summer camps and outreach programs in India, Thailand, Kenya, and the Ukraine.

Responded to the Japan and India tsunami disasters; Haiti, Colombia and Thailand earthquakes; Bangladesh and India cyclone, and Philippine typhoon victims, in addition to civil unrest and wars in Rwanda, Kenya, Congo, Mozambique, Iraq and Syria with relief supplies and medical assistance.

Purchased land and built dormitories, dining area, a dental clinic, chapel, director’s living quarters, and ministry house for visiting teams for the Akha Youth Development Center, Chiang Rai, Thailand. Donations received for self sustaining projects included growing green tea, rice and raising livestock. 100 Akha children attend school and live at the center during the school year.

Planning and implementation of  Good Life Academy in Hyderabad, India.

Published 50,000 “God Loves You” -a handout for teenagers, stressing how to live a good life.

Built or repaired orphanages in Tanzania, China, Haiti, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, West Bank, Laos, Cambodia, India and Thailand.

Provided medical equipment and supplies to start a 200-bed children’s hospital in Siberia and Russia.

Conduct a primary health care program for children ages 5-10 in 17 developing countries and the United States. 100,000 personal healthcare kits and Primary Healthcare Guides and Dental Guides have been distributed.

Partners with a mission in Baltimore, MD which has 500 men in their Drug and Alcohol Rehab program. This mission also feeds and clothes around 50-70 homeless people each evening. CMM has donated items such as food, nutritional drinks, soft drinks, snacks, shoes, and shirts.

Provided “Trailside Portable Dental Units” to clinics in Ukraine, Burma, China, Romania, Ethiopia, Peru, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Haiti, and India.

Administered over 250 travel grants from the Margaret Coles Memorial Fund during the last 25 years.

Drilled over 53 clean water wells for villages located in and around Hyderabad, India.

Provided Disaster Flood Relief in northern and southern India in partnership with two other faith-based ministries who provided or helped provide relief supplies. Spiritual outreach meetings were held each night, where permitted, and a harvest of souls were reached through this ministry.

Provided dental and related equipment for three dental clinics located in the National Capitol area that serves the poor and needy.

Provided general hospital and specialized burn equipment and services valued at 1.1 million to start the National Burn Center of Bangladesh. Received national recognition through news releases on TV and radio.

Provided six containers of food, clothing, and medicine to survivors of Bangladesh Cyclone that killed 150,000 people. Received national recognition on TV and radio.

Provided funds and medical equipment for a new children’s hospital in Shenyang, China. Received recognition from regional, district and local authorities.

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