Mugs for MissionariesHelp us pour into missionaries!
Together, we can fill missionaries up!
With your help, we can pour into missionaries through relief and encouragement. It’s the simple things – family retreats, fellowship nights, needed supplies, favorite treats from home, and we’ve ALSO added an option for you to help send a friend or family member to visit a missionary on the field.
The photos and videos you see here are just a handful of the hundreds of missionaries Go Be Love has served over the years. Will you help us pour into more by choosing a mug (or several) below? Together, we can ensure that missionaries feel seen, known, and loved.
Through #MugsforMissionaries, our aim is to raise $30,000 by the end of 2018 to fund our 2019 missionary care efforts.
All Donations are Doubled!
Some very generous donors have offered to match all gifts up to $15,000 through December 31st. That means, every dollar you give will be DOUBLED! $50 becomes $100, $250 becomes $500 and so on. You can help us pour into missionaries by filling a mug today.
$8000 of our match has already been unlocked. We have $7000 in available matching dollars to unlock by December 31, 2018.
Fundraising Progress of $30,000 Goal
Fundraising Progress of $30,000 Goal
- 77.63% 77.63%
$23,290 total raised so far!
Total above reflects total raised to date plus triple matches unlocked on Triple Tuesday and double matches unlocked during the rest of the campaign. Thank you so much to everyone who has already given. If you haven’t given yet, there’s still time to give and have your gift matched – the campaign runs through December 31, 2018. Thank you for helping us pour into missionaries!
Fill a Mug for a Missionary. Give Today!
Click and select the mug you’d like to fill for missionaries serving overseas. Feel free to add multiple mugs to your cart.
Give Another Amount
Go Be Love is grateful for any amount you’d like to contribute to our missionary care efforts! We love missionaries!
If you’d like to give in honor of someone else, we can send you this card graphic to print or email to let your loved one know you gave in their honor.
Missionary Care Videos
Blogs about missionary care
Mark your calendars for Monday, November 26th! Go Be Love is participating in #CyberMonday for the first time in history and we're putting a whole new spin on one of the biggest online shopping days of the year. Cyber Monday History: The term “Cyber Monday” started...read more
Please tell us a little about yourself. I am in Fort Portal, Uganda by myself. I am 73 years old and came here from Maui Hawaii where I was a horse trainer and riding instructor. How long have you been on the mission field and what do you do? What’s the focus of your...read more
I went to Uganda to love people. Sometimes, love looked like a sweet baby sleeping in my arms. Sometimes, it looked like sharing a meal after bathing and changing babies. At times, love was making sure the kitchen was clean before going to bed and sometimes, it was...read more
My name is Sarah Turo. I am from Indianapolis, Indiana. I just graduated from high school. I decided to take a gap year to come to Uganda for ten months. I am doing my mission in Arua, Uganda. After I finish my 9 month term, I will go to Bellarmine University to major...read more
Sid and Wendy Harper first traveled with us way back in January of 2012 on a trip to Rwanda. Our earliest memories of Sid are of him playing his guitar for the kids with special needs at Noel Orphanage. Every day when it was time to go we would gather at the van and...read more
My name is Kimi Ottaviano and I’m forty-five years old. I live in Northbrook, IL with my three daughters ages 12, 15, and 18. We were blessed with the opportunity to travel to Rwanda and Uganda with Go Be Love in December & January of 2016-17 for two weeks. We had...read more