Denton Humanitarian AID will be delivered from
Mission of Love and the 910 TH Air Wing to Guatemala City ,
Friday, March 7, 2014
Mission of Love, Austintown Ohio will have a Denton Airlift consisting of an ambulance, school
bus and 13,000 pounds of corn to Guatemala City, Guatemala Friday, March 7, 2014.
Where: Youngstown Air Reserve Station, King Graves Road, Vienna, Ohio
Time: March 7, 2014 11:30AM
The C5 Hercules Cargo plane will arrive @ 11:30 AM from Westover, Ma. The crew from the 910 TH will
load the priceless Cargo immediately upon arrival.
Purpose: The gift of the bus will be a vessel to have the Mayan Indian
Children obtain an education, where the only access to attending a school is by walking for
The gift of the ambulance will be a way of transportation for the Mayan Indian sick to be
transported to the closest hospital, which is fifty minutes away.
When we were in Tecpan, Guatemala, October 2013, while servicing the Maya with medical care, we
witnessed some very ill Mayan mothers who were in need of transportation to the hospital to have
surgery. The only way that they could be transported in the government ambulance was to pay $15 for
gasoline. The Mayan people do not have $15 and cannot be treated if they do not arrive to the
hospital via a ambulance. The WAY-bi / Mission of LOVE volunteers paid for the transportation
of Susane to the hospital only to find out that this major hospital had NO blood analysis
equipment, nor an ultrasound. The patient had to go outside of the hospital to privately owned
clinics to have these much needed tests done in order to evaluate her illness, and pay for these
services. Susane is alive today and has had her needed surgery only because of our intervention.
Her children will now have a healthy Mom to care for them.
The gift of 13.000 pounds of corn will feed thousands of Mayan Indians via their daily substance of
corn torteas, in which the Maya’s cook on hot rocks, they have no stoves. In the past, a man walked
for miles to meet us and ask for a donation of corn for his starving family. Know that he cried
when obtaining 100 pounds of corn. We did give him a ride home to his village.
Mission of Love Medical team of volunteers were in Guatemala City, Metropolitan Hospital January 18
– 26, 2014 servicing twenty three children who were in need of expertise surgery dealing with jaw
deformities, cleft palates, cleft lip.
Mission of Love building team has just returned from WAY-bi, Feb. 14-22, 2014 where the Mayan Ruins
of Iximche are in Guatemala, and where the new Mayan Indian Clinic and dental building has been
built via the Mission of LOVE / WAY-bi volunteers, in conjunction with the children's hospice.
Our Mission of LOVE continues on a daily basis to service the Indigenous Mayan Indians because
of so many wonderful people who want to contribute to building Mayan Indian Community, one
Community at a time. For more information about this history making, yet another Denton Mission of
Love Airlift for our friends of Tecpan, Guatemala contact Kathleen Price
Education – Health – Nutrition via our
Mission of Love for the Indigenous Mayan Indians of Guatemala