Operation Compassion is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable organization.
Operation Compassion focuses on three priorities: (1) responding to natural disasters nationally and around the world; (2) providing inspiration, information, training and resources to help mobilize churches, individuals and community groups to provide food and basic necessities to the poor and needy; (3) concentrating on international distribution to widows, single mothers and children.
- Relief America: The Disaster Response Network - Responding to national and international natural disasters with containers of bottled water, food, cleaning supplies, building materials, etc.; establishing an in-country local network of churches, agencies and government leaders to meet the needs of children and families.
- Compassion America: The Urban Network - Meeting various needs of the poor and underprivileged living within America’s largest cities by utilizing partnerships with civic and community leaders, school districts, police departments, fire departments, parks and recreation departments, churches and other local agencies.
- Dream America: The Native American Network - Supplying Native Americans living on reservations in the western United States with many necessities that are difficult to obtain, including food, water, educational material and building supplies; children and widows are a priority.
- Hope America: The Appalachia Network - Targeting one of the four most extreme areas of poverty in the U.S. through food distribution, hot meals, job training and home repair; focusing on children, single parents, widows and senior adults.
- Global Compassion Network - Providing countries of the developing world with medical supplies, medical equipment, textbooks, clothing, food and toys; targeting children, widows and senior adults.
Mountain Resource Center
Mountain Re-Source Center is a division of Faith Mountain Ministries, Inc. Faith Mountain was founded by Herb and Kathy Miller in 1997 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit retreat. For more information on Faith Mountain Retreat you can visit the website www.faithmountain.org
Mountain Re-Source Center is a gathering point for dozens of benevolent organizations that have a common goal of helping people who are experiencing a temporary need in a difficult time.
With a network of thirty organizations with sixty warehouses from coast to coast, MRC is able to accept a few pallets or hundreds of truckloads of donated product. There is always an urgent need for usable product.
MRC has trucks available in most metropolitan areas for pick up and delivery on very short notice or you can deduct your freight cost if you choose to deliver.
So how does it all work? You have extra product in inventory that you can’t use (e.g. overproduction, discontinued items, production mistakes, returns, minor damage, etc.). You deliver product or we pick it up for delivery to our closest qualified 501(c)(3) non-profit partner organization
We do the paperwork to facilitate the transfer, and for use by your finance department. We receive the product and distribute it to a qualified 501(c)(3) who in turn distributes the product to the ill, the needy or children.
Donors can rest assured that Mountain Re-Source Center will not distribute their donated product in an area that will compete with their normal sales and marketing efforts. Some donors request their products be sent overseas.