Welcome to Mercy Tech Mission

Mercy Tech is committed to fighting poverty world-wide by teaching life-changing, employable skills to those living in developing countries. We invite you to join us in “Changing Lives, One Skill at a Time.”

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Mechanics Training

MTM 2012 356


Bob and Gabriel installing trusses on Training Centre

Carpentry and Construction

We welcome volunteers:

If you are an experienced trades-person or professional and feel you have skills that you can pass on to those eager to learn, then contact us for further information on how you can make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate than us.

To learn more about our technical training trips, please visit our What We Do page.

Mercy Tech Mission Training

Teaching Mechanics 101

We welcome your support:
Your financial gifts and donations make it possible for us to take volunteer instructors to developing countries, as well as supply young students with basic tools to begin their new trade.

Please visit our Donations Page for how you, our company, or your organization can make a difference in the fight against poverty. Together, we truly can change lives, one skill at a time.

 “Teach (a) young man is teaching (the) world.”
- Prosper Fernando, Mozambican automotive mechanics student

Bob March 2013074

5 Responses to Home

  1. Ron Bettin says:

    Rick and Mercy Tech Team,
    Congratulations on receiving your charitable status!! This is a BIG step in Mercy Tech’s journey to change lives. You have the support of many people in your mission!

    “Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  2. Todd Green says:

    I am amazed at all that has happened in less than 3 years! I look forward to the continued journey with Mercy Tech, Rick.

  3. Dave Swanson says:

    I want to continue receiving emails from Mercy Tech Mission.

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