Mission Unlimited, a story about
involvement with Alabama Honduras Medical/Educational Network
Chris and Ken Key
About 4 years ago I began to see all these articles in
the local paper about the trips the Alabama Hondurans teams were
taking to Honduras.
Well, since Mission Unlimited is in the international shipping
business and had done lots of work in Honduras, I called and asked
if I could help with the shipping. I thought Hurricane Mitch had
hit home. This was about the time Hurricane Mitch was winding
down but the airlines and shipping companies were still willing
to help. Prior to this the Alabama Honduran group were only taking
what the airline would accept as luggage.
After we came on board, we were able to ship several pallets either
free or at a reduced cost.
After this we offered to ship a 40-foot container and it sort
of shook up the Alabama team. They told me they didn’t think
the group could come up with enough to fill the container.
So, I made them a deal. If they couldn’t come up with enough
cargo, we would fill the rest from our warehouse – which
we did. I think we have shipped 7 or 8 fully loaded 40 ft. containers
It takes a lot of coordination and planning to collect and ship
40 ft. container to a third world country but we do it.
It takes all of the Hondu4ran group along with Mission Unlimited
crew, warehouse, forklifts and a boatload of paper work that has
to be hand delivered by carrier in the country it is shipped to.
Chris Key is our loadmaster here at the Missions Unlimited warehouse
in Jasper, Alabama where we collect and ship via Chiquita Banana
A group home and school to 13 little precious girls make all the
effort of shipping the container worth it.
Mission Unlimited has giver these girls a home of protection from
the evils of the bad people of Honduras where they kidnap and
make sex slave of them
Our goal, at the Haven is to teach, educate, home and protect
them until they are old enough and educated enough fiend for them.
We hope to eventually house a40 girls and let them leave there
in a few years with a good Christian foundation what might change
the country some day.
Ken and Chris Key
Jasper, Al, USA