We have a passion for serving the least, lost and last. 


We are an all-volunteer organization.  Since the world is so large, we have chosen to focus primarily on working with our reliable contacts in Honduras.  But we also feel a responsibility to assist closer to home, and have made contributions locally in New York State, in addition to the international work. 

Rather than create new works, we seek to come along side established ministries and provide needed support.  This aid is not only through fundraising, but also through providing advice & guidance, recruiting workers and teams to serve alongside those working on the front-lines, and promoting their activities to others.

Our Board

Dr. Lee & Annie McCune, Glenn & Jan Orser, David & Melissa Schutrum, Kathy & Bob Hayes, Will Thiel & Patty Brammer, Bill and Jeannie Daley


Our Work


The primary focus of Storehouse Mission Support has been in the nation of Honduras.  We have sponsored medical mission trips, helped in construction projects, supported an orphanage and school, provided guidance and advice, run a water filtration project, and raised money through fundraising events.  Read more about our work in Honduras. 

Storehouse Mission Support recently assumed oversight and support responsibilities for New Life Campaign, a ministry to women in Haiti caught up in the sex trades.  Read more about the work in Haiti.


New York 


  • Raised Funds for Cornerstone Manor, a refuge and support center for homeless and displaced women.
  • Raised Funds for Catholic Charities of Western NY to fund community services to the needy without regard to race or religion.

Mission Trips



  • Multiple Medical Mission trips to treat needy people in the barrios, prisons, and rural areas around Tegucigalpa, Honduras

  • One Medical Trip to Costa Rica working with Serve International.

  • Established a water filtration project in 2 villages in Honduras, providing sanitized water to more than 50 families.

Why We Exist

Storehouse Mission Support was formed by a group looking to come along side a specific Christian Mission Work in Honduras.  But the vision was always to expand the Support further, both to other countries and also closer to home.  In selecting projects to assist, the following founding principles guide the process:

Purpose of Storehouse Mission Support:  To fund, supply, train, send, promote and support Christian Missionary Activities

            Fund:  To provide operating money, raised through direct donations and fund raising events

            Supply:  To supply materials/supplies/equipment for missions, through donations and purchases

            Train:  To provide training to missions and their supporters, through classes and conferences

            Send:  To sponsor short term mission trips and long term mission assignments

            Promote:  To advertise and promote individual missions as well as missions in general

            Support:  To provide guidance, advice, administration and oversight when necessary and helpful

The following definitions help determine eligibility for support from Storehouse:.

Christian Principles:  A recipient must be guided by Christian Principles, which are defined to minimally include the belief that (1) the Bible is God’s divinely inspired inerrant word and serves as the guideline for life, and (2) Jesus Christ, co-equal member of the Holy Trinity, is mankind’s personal Lord and Savior, to be followed and served as He taught in the Bible.

Christian Missionary Activities:  Individuals or nonprofit organizations will be providing Christian Missionary Activities when they 1) follow the Christian Principles stated above and 2) exist to teach—through word, action, service and love—Jesus Christ and His Gospel of Salvation.