Date ArticleType
9/16/2016 Member News
Humanitarian Aid to Impact the Families of Cuba

Humanitarian Aid to impact the familes of Cuba

CQI Missions would like to invite everyone to duplicate our bicycle program for Cuba. CQI missions have integrated President Obama's foreign policy toward Cuba by becoming an ambassador of peace. We've been working with City of Mobile, Alabama and City of St. Petersburg, Florida as well as churches and other non-profit groups. Please help us spread the words of peace and loving kindness by getting involved today. We deliver new or used bicycles to storm affected areas as well as personal hygiene items, medicines and educational materials. If you’re interested to travel to Cuba, please visit for rules and regulations. We suggest you travel 10-15 kilometers outside the city to visit storm affected area and adopt a family.

To book your trip to Cuba, contact To Do Travel Services:

(727) 569-8888

Anyone who is interested in assisting us with the project contact:

Chief Facilitator & Coach
Phone: (650)-660-8333

Anyone not going on the bike tour but still wants to adopt a family contact Yolaima Cruz and she will put you in contact with a family directly.

Yolaima Cruz Phone# 001-53-24-422182


Make your own reservations Jet Blue
November 8th - December 22nd
Yo Laima Cruiz
Interpreter 011-53-54-422182
Father Marcos Tiyan Come


Children Quest International Missions, Inc. works locally with homeless families and disabled veterans. Internationally, we deliver humanitarian aid. We have created a "One on One" backpack program. We have volunteers donate and fill the backpack with school supplies, art supplies, first aid kits, hygiene kits, informations about HIV/AIDS and chemical dependency literature in their language. In addition, if your group or organization would like to duplicate our program, please do. If you need a facilitator to assist with these programs, please contact us. We work on our spiritual path to create peace, love and harmony in the world through charity. Our foundation was founded in 1998 to assist hurricane Mitch victims in Honduras with humanitarian aid relief. We know through experience that basic hygiene is a necessity for survival, in that neosporin, first aid kits, tooth paste, tooth brush and washing hands prevent spreading of germs and bacteria. This is a common sense approach and very effective. So please duplicate our program.