Trash Mountain Project brings children and families living in trash dump communities into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by addressing their spiritual, physical, emotional, and educational needs. We also create strategic partnerships with indigenous leaders and organizations to assess available resources and determine immediate and long-term operational needs. In addition, we use professionally filmed short and feature length documentary films to raise awareness of the worldwide dump communities by illustrating each specific community, its needs, and the area ministries.
Upon completion of each dump-community needs assessment, Trash Mountain Project compiles promotional materials aimed at creating cross- denominational missions packages for U.S. based churches and non- governmental organizations. Through hands-on discipleship training via world missions and outward ministry efforts, Trash Mountain Project supports churches and individuals in developing larger Christian worldviews. Trash Mountain Project also shapes Christ-like disciples through a three-fold learning approach: hands-on participation, learning for the purpose of teaching others, and group Bible study.
Prayer is the most powerful weapon we have to fight for the growth of the Lord’s Kingdom, and Trash Mountain Project desires all interested parties to join us in prayer for these desperate individuals and ministries around the world. In addition to giving financial support, raising awareness and action, and sending groups on mission journeys, churches and individuals can become intercessory missionaries through prayer requests sent via email, blog, and, newsletter updates.
Trash Mountain Project is a U.S. non-profit, public charity approved by the IRS as a tax-exempt, 501(c)3 charitable corporation. We promote 100% transparency and accountability to the public in regards to all financial records; for example, we will post all annual reports and financial records on our website.
Trash Mountain Project is committed to keeping administrative costs to a minimum. We have philanthropic donations that cover a significant portion of these costs; thus, money donated to overseas programs will go directly to support the projects that immediately impact the children and families we serve. Contributions made with no specific designation will be placed in the Trash Mountain Project general budget to be distributed where funding is most needed.