Inspirational Leader and Compelling Voice

Dominic Russo is a speaker, a humanitarian, and an innovator in international missions. At the young age of 20, Dominic founded Missions.Me and began organizing strategic outreach campaigns in cities across Latin America. These multifaceted campaigns include hundreds of missionary volunteers, large-scale relief projects, and collaborative partnerships with local political and religious leaders. In 2011, Dominic launched the “1Nation1Day” vision in Honduras – a project that attracted the largest foreign missions team in history and was officially declared a national holiday by the Honduran President. On the week of July 20, 2013 more than 1 million Hondurans were personally reached through the 1Nation1Day outreaches and every national newspaper announced “We Have A New Honduras.” Dominic authored the book Do Not Say I Am Too Young to motivate people to seize their destiny regardless of their age. Dominic’s story reverberates with inspiration and stirs hearts to dream of a life fully dedicated to impacting people. In 2010, Dominic’s wife Lindsay founded Angel House – an organization that has provided 136 Angel Houses, home to over 3,100 children in India and a safe house for 30 victims of human trafficking in Nepal. Together, they reside in Southern California with their sons Mason and Jude.

Dominic’s Mission
About Missions.Me

Missions.Me empowers people to change the world. Whether it is introducing a street orphan to their new home, leading a nation in a prayer of reconciliation, offering medical relief to the suffering, or hosting large missions teams, Missions.Me strategically connects willing hearts to urgent needs across the globe.  Each project is carefully managed to serve a long-term, sustainable purpose.

About 1Nation1Day

The week long campaign will conclude as the entire nation gathers in the largest stadiums in every state across the country. Millions of people will pack out the stadiums and watch on live TV to witness a country’s transformation.

About Angel House

In 2009, Dominic and Lindsay Russo began working in the villages of Hyderabad, India raising funds for humanitarian projects. During a trip to the small village of B. Thandrapadu, a group of orphans crossed their path and they were never the same.

“After spending time with these children, we simply could not turn our eyes and hearts aside. These children needed a safe place to call home, and we were determined to make that happen.” -Lindsay

What began as one house construction for that special group of children has now grown into a multifaceted charitable organization which exists to rescue abandoned orphans and provide them with a new life by giving them a home, a family, and an education. Hundreds of orphans and street children who would otherwise be trapped in forced child labor, human trafficking, or begging on the streets now have a safe place to call home.