Medical Aid Missions

Disaster Relief

Since its inception The Jack Brewer Foundation has remained committed to aiding those who have been displaced by natural disasters, delivering over $71,000,000 in medical aid to date. Our Medical Aid Missions have proved to manifest no more appropriate time to preach the gospel, spread bibles and call on the powers of the Holy Spirit, as families are forced to humble themselves as God’s power and wrath are being felt. Partnering with military reconnaissance teams, local and state governments, NGO’s; we deploy medical mission teams as well as facilitate mobile clinics in areas with little to no access to emergency medical care.

Our medical missions allow us to provide our services to various populations which cannot find mass transportation to our clinic location on Port A Prince. Our medical missions regularly serve up to 1000 or more families at a time, many living in rural and hard to reach locations across the entire Nation of Haiti. Following the recent 7.2 Magnitude earthquake in Haiti in August of 2021, Serving Ministries was able to lead a major medical and search and rescue effort. The Serving Ministry team was one of the first on the ground and was able to help coordinate with the United States Coast Guard, the US Army, Hero Rescue, Innovating Health, Mission of Hope and Aerial Recovery in a join effort that helped bring urgent medical and life saving evacuations to thousand of Haitians. In Malawi, our full time medical staff actively cares for over 4,000 orphans in our care as well as women who need urgent cervical and breast cancer treatments. For over a decade, the JBF and Serving Ministries teams have actively treated over 15,000 women per year for cervical and breast cancer, while offering urgent care to orphan populations suffering from waterborne and hygiene related diseases.

Our ministry has also been able to provide emergency medical aid globally to Puerto Rico, Southeastern Texas, Haiti, Malawi and throughout Central Florida and Southern Coastal Regions of Florida’s coast immediately following and during devastating natural disasters. Immediately following Hurricane Ian in 2022, the Jack Brewer Foundation worked hands on with the State of Florida to coordinate life saving food and water aid in hard to reach areas in Florida. Commissioner Jack Brewer spent two weeks on the ground and was able to work with Florida Department of Transportation, the Governor’s Office and Volunteer Florida to help coordinate the states first mobile fuel station just hours following the devastation of Hurricane Ian.

And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.

Luke 25:21