Rejoice in Hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer~ Romans 12:12


Bear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ~ Galations 6:2



But my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus-

Philippians 4:19


Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your mind. And the second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself. ~ Matthew 22:37-39


Pray without ceasing~

1 Thessalonians 5:17


Harvesting Hope Ministries, Inc. is a 501c-3 non-profit whose mission is to bring hope to children and their families with kidney and liver diseases, as well as those needing transplants.  We will provide emotional assistance and educational information. We will raise funds to provide care packs of gift cards, toys, games, puzzles, candy, coloring books, crayons, gospel tracts, and Bibles. We will set out with volunteers to minister and pray with those who need prayer, hugs, as well as give encouragement inside our local Children's Hospitals. We have a board of directors who meet monthly to operate this ministry and pray over it.  If you know of someone who would benefit from a surgery care pack please contact us and we would be glad to send them one. If you would like to sponsor one with  you or your families name on the pack we will be glad to do that to, please go to our donate page to do so. Thank you for your support as we give back hope to our children who are ill in our communities. God Bless! 



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Bringing Hope when all hope seems lost!

our mission:

Sowing seeds into the lives of Others

Harvesting Hope Ministries, Inc.




April 1, 2000 our son at age four needed a liver transplant. Our world was turned upside down. We relied on doctors, nurses, and teachers. We had very little resources back then and uncertainty was often among us. As our son got older, the hospital became our second home. We know what it's like to have blood drawn, tests, countless pills, ambulance rides in the middle of the night, and unexpected hospital stays.


On April 13, 2013 our son received his  second liver transplant from a deceased donor. Her name was Rachel Canella. In her honor, her mother, Keri Canella-Moye started a non profit as well. ( We are forever grateful to her and her family and can never repay the gift of life.  This time around with this transplant, we came to rely totally upon the Lord. As we did other families came into our pathway that we were able to provide hope and encouragement. God gave me, (Preston's mom), a vision of helping other families with resources, prayer, hope, encouragement, and support through our own trials and suffering. I pray that God will bless this ministry and we will bring hope when all hope seems lost. For more information on my son go to :(  Thank you for your support and prayers!!!! xo

 Thank you to our local sponsors: