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LiveBeyond... / Mobile Medical Disaster Relief is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to disaster relief, building medical clinics and hospitals, purifying water, and microfinance in the United States and developing countries.  MMDR has responded to numerous disasters including hurricane Katrina, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and the 2011 Alabama tornadoes. While MMDR's primary focus has been in Haiti, Ghana, Mozambique, and Honduras, its presence also stretches throughout parts of Ukraine, Iraq, China, Nigeria, Guatemala, Peru, Kenya, the Dominican Republic, Vietnam, and India.  LiveBeyond is currently in the process of building a permanent base in Haiti which will include a hospital, a vocational school, an orphanage, an agriculture development center, and guest housing for short term medical missions.
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LiveBeyond... Thirst : The Paisley Challenge
LiveBeyond... is partnering with Brad and Kim Paisley to provide clean water in Haiti and challenge others to donate. The Live Beyond... Thirst campaign is targeting establishment of 100 clean water collection sites which will support the entire community of Thomazeau, Haiti. 

"Clean water leads to healthy people, which leads to less time trying to survive and more time trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives."  Brad Paisley

If you would like to join in the partnership and help bring clean water to Haiti, you may do so by clicking below.


We are so thankful for the continued support of our friends in Nashville.  This weekend, Brad Paisley along with Scott Hamilton and Senator Bill Frist came down with us to Haiti to have a look at the work that is being done through their support.  To learn more about how their trip went, check out our facebook page at  http://www.facebook.com/livebeyondme

Learn more about the work that they are supporting HERE
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How you can turn your old stuff into medical care in Haiti:


Through our partnership with iDonate, LiveBeyond, is able to accept your non-cash donations and turn them into support for those living in poverty.

If you are one of the many people who has old electronics just sitting in a junk-drawer somewhere, we would love to turn them into a donation. After clicking "Give Non-Cash" above, you will be prompted to select the type of item you are donating and then given the mailing label to send that donation in. iDonate is able to turn your donation into direct financial support for the LiveBeyond projects taking place in Haiti.

We thank you so much for your support and for choosing to Live Beyond your stuff, so that others may Live Beyond their poverty. If you have any questions feel free to email us at info@LiveBeyond.org.
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Advancing the Kingdom!
Check out the video created by Southern Hills Church of Christ after they sent a team of volunteers down with us on the November 2013 mission. It was an amazing week of healing the sick, feeding the poor, and serving the oppressed. The video gives a good look into what it means to be truly changed by your experience down in Haiti, and to be fired up to come back to the states and tell others about what it is you have seen. This is what it means to be truly advancing the Kingdom of God.
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"(Our guide) showed us an area down a path, and that path has broken glass, razor blades sitting on top of the dirt," said Scott Hamilton, a renowned Olympic medalist and Franklin resident who has been to Haiti three times.

"And there's a little girl with no shoes walking toward me, and I'm going, 'Oh, oh, oh, watch out!' And then it's like, what am I doing? She walks this path barefoot 20 times a day." 4/16/2014 Tennessean
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