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2011 International Tea & Gingerbread Party Best Yet!

As friends and families joined together for ISOH/IMPACT’s 2011 International Tea and Gingerbread Party held on Saturday, December 3 at the Hilton Garden Inn at Levis Commons, nothing sums up the experience better than the words shared by one of our guests, “We wouldn’t miss this for anything. This is our fifth year and we […]

Problems That Plague Refugees

The Truth About Refugees: 26 Conflict-ridden nations are in a state of crisis, predominantly in Africa & the Middle East The Middle East has the Highest Number of Refugees (4.2 Million) & Africa has the Second Highest Number of Refugees (3.2 Million) Over 33 Million People worldwide are uprooted from their home. Of that number, […]

Olivet Lutheran Church Volunteer Day

Kudos for the Olivet Lutheran Church Youth Group. What a blessing to have such a wonderful group of young people Reaching Out & Serving Others! This is their day in pictures. The slideshow will play automatically. You can also manually advance and rewind using the buttons below.

Relief Aid Headed to Tajikistan

ISOH/IMPACT was approved on November 2, 2011 by the United States Department of State’s Office of the Coordinator for the U.S. Assistance to Europe and Eurasia (EUR/ACE) for shipment under the Small and Medium Transportation Program (SMTP) to ship three (3) forty-foot containers of relief aid to Tajikistan. In 1997, ISOH/IMPACT responded to an invitation […]

Update on Famine Relief

As the famine in Eastern Africa continues to claim thousands of lives, ISOH/IMPACT volunteers and supporters have stepped up in full force. Through The Bucket Brigade volunteers and donations, we have been able to prepare ore than 1 million servings of food. The food is heading straight to Dabaab refugee camp in Kenya, where aid […]

A Glimpse of Childhood for Youth in Tajikistan

In Tajikistan, an ISOH/IMPACT-sponsored day camp gave children a rare glimpse at a care-free childhood. Through our ministry partner, MAYAK (LightHouse), 25 boys and girls, most of whom are children of alcoholic single mothers, enjoyed a week of camp. “The children studied the word of God, went swimming, worshiped the Lord, made different crafts and […]

ISOH/IMPACT Receives Dr. Bernard

Dr. Jean Claude Bernard, Chief of Staff and Hopital de Fermathe in Haiti, an ISOH/IMPACT ministry partner, is spending a few days at The LightHouse in Perrsyburg, Ohio. Dr. Bernard, a long time friend and ministry partner of Dr. Linda Greene, President and CEO of ISOH/IMPACT. During his stay, Dr. Greene and ISOH/IMPACT staff are […]

Blessings Heading to Honduras

Soon, needy families in Choluteca, Honduras will be benefitting from a special shipment of food and development supplies heading to our ministry partner, Honduras Missions. This especially well-rounded shipment included corn, wheat, baking products, non-perishable food items, medical supplies, linens, pillows, quilts, kitchen supplies, toys, crafts, Bibles, and scripture booklets. There was even a rototiller […]

ISOH/IMPACT Welcomes Volunteers from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

This week ISOH/IMPACT was excited to have volunteers from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Maumee come out to our Farnsworth Distribution Center to learn more about how to get involved in Reaching Out & Serving Others. These enthusiastic workers were happy to help pack scrubs, fill buckets with corn, and sort through donated medical supplies. […]

Joplin Residents Grateful for Bucket Brigade Delivery

When the tractor trailer loaded with more than 25,000 pounds emergency relief supplies pulled up in Joplin, MO, residents responded with overwhelming gratitude. Not only were the supplies desperately needed, but thanks to ISOH/IMPACT’s innovative Bucket Brigade program, they were ready to distribute immediately to the tornado survivors.  “I can’t tell you how wonderful it […]