Ways YOU can help Sunbeam!

Sunbeam is always in need of donations. Check out a list below of needs at Sunbeam. Monetary donations are also always welcomed and appreciated. Please feel free to send monetary donations to our PO Box:

Sunbeam Association for Mission
PO Box 286
New London, MN 56273
or donate directly online under the “Donate” tab on our website!
Any questions about how to get donations to Sunbeam, feel free to contact Team Coordinator Mel at

List of Needs

Food: Oats/Oatmeal, Mac & Cheese, Cereal, Granola Bars, Snack Bars

Medicine/First-Aid: Needles & Syringes (boy with diabetes), Cold & Flu, Pain & Fever medicine, Antibiotic Ointment, Hydrogen Peroxide, Cotton balls, Q-tips, Sprain wrap, Ice packs, Hot ice rubs, Alcohol pads

Toiletries: Combs, Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Bath soap/shower gel, shampoo, towels/wash rags

School: Spiral notebooks, composition notebooks, rulers, pencil cases, assignment covers, backpacks, glue, scientific calculators

Clothing: Shots (medium & large), sneakers, belts

Office: Ink HP 950 & 951, Tape, Scissors

We appreciate everyones support for Sunbeam. It truly means a lot! THANK YOU!

Give to the MAX Day 2016

Our boys need shelter, healthcare, nutrition, education and most of all LOVE. Please consider a ‘Give to the MAX‘ donation to provide basic necessities, plant a seed of hope and keep our boys healthy. #GTMD16 #GiveMN #SunbeamBoys

Sunbeam Boy's Home | Sunbeam Mission

Sunbeam Association for Mission is a 501(c)3, organized exclusively for charitable and religious purposes, specifically for the purpose of establishing and maintaining Sunbeam Boys Home in Jamaica to serve children and young adults in Jamaica; to provide a safe and nurturing environment; and to teach the principles of Christian living.  Sunbeam Boys Home provides shelter, care, and an education to 40 boys, ages 7-18.  We also maintain a transition program for young men 18+, providing support and encouragement and assistance with living and school expenses.

Mission teams from America are a great asset to our program.  Teams stay at Sunbeam, building relationships with the boys, sharing the love of Christ and doing physical labor as needed for upkeep of our facility.

Give to the MAX Day 2016 | Sunbeam Mission







Sunbeam Celebration 2016 a Huge Success!

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Around 100 team members from various states gathered together on Saturday, October 1st for a special night of “celebrating” Sunbeam. The theme this year was “Shine.” We were reminded over and over again how Jesus is “shining” upon Sunbeam, the boys, the staff, and even team members. A worship service, delicious meal, silent and live nauction, and words shared from past Sunbeam boys made this night special. With generous hearts from team members, funds were raised to support the education, health, and ministry at Sunbeam. When Leroy, a past Sunbeam boy, now man was asked what he thought of the Celebration, his response was, “I am in awe!”

Thank you for those of you who traveled miles to attend, for the donations of auction items, to your giving hearts, and most importantly for your continued love and support of Sunbeam.


2016 Sunbeam Celebration


This is the week!!! The Sunbeam Celebration is this Saturday, October 1st, 4pm-8pm at Oxlip Evangelical Free Church in Isanti. If you haven’t already done so, you should RSVP and join us! Many special things are planned for this evening with a lot of awesome auction items.

We are pleased that Glendon, Dwayne, Omar, and Leroy, all past Sunbeam boys are able to join us on this special night!

Let’s celebrate how God continues to use this special ministry!

Directions via Google Maps to Oxlip Evangelical Free Church:




2012 Update:

  • Hurricane Sandy resulted in the loss of the roof of the goat pen and 6 fruit trees. The biodigester was also flooded. A new biodigester system is being planned.
  • Teams are excited and making their plans to visit Sunbeam!
  • The stainless installation in the kitchen is complete!
  • Outside of the building has been repainted
  • Transition plan for boys over 18 being created