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Christmas deliveries to our 27 schools during December were made without a hint of snow. Weather conditions were more spring and summer like, lots of rain and warm temperatures. Your kindness and generosity enabled us to assist more than 18,000 children and their families and friends in poverty-stricken Appalachian communities throughout Northeast Tennessee and Southeast Kentucky. We also provided several mountain ministry centers with items to distribute to the needy in the areas they serve. We are grateful to each of you for your generosity and support of the Mission of Hope. What an incredible feeling it is to be able to offer a hand up to so many special ways. My sincere thanks to our collection and media sponsors, transportation providers, donors, prayer partners and our amazing family of Mission of Hope Volunteers. May God bless and protect you and your families each and every day with hope-filled hearts!

Here is our Winter 2016 Newsletter to recap all that has been going on at the Mission of Hope.

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