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The seed for Mission Passport was planted in 2004 when Cathy Hill, Attending a missions conference in Thailand, visited the Tamar Center in Pattaya.

The Tamar Center is a non-profit organization bringin help and healing to the estimated 20,000 girls and women involved in prostitution in that area. The Tamar Center determined that one person is one person too many, and so they set out to change lives right where they were, one at a time.

The Tamar Center staff visit the bars of Pattaya several times each week to building relationships with the women, pray with and for them, and invite them to a class offered by the center. Those who choose to leave prostitution are trained.

When Cathy visited the center, she was impressed with the new hope reflected in the lives of the women at the center and she was equally impressed with the quality of their work. With an indelible mark left on her mind, Cathy shared with her husband Mark and together they developed a plan to financially support and provide an outlet for the beautiful products made by these women.

That vision expanded as the Hills identified several other worthy missions that were carrying out life-changing work throughout the world, and so Mission Passport was born. The company’s goal is to support ministries around the world by offering individuals the opportunity to build purposeful businesses with an eternal perspective.

Begin an extraordinary journey with an eternal destiny with Mission Passport.