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  • Fundación Dr. García Rinaldi

    The Dr. Raúl García Rinaldi Foundation is a non-profit institution, incorporated in 1993, whose primary purpose is to provide assistance to medically indigent patients with cardiovascular diseases. Its mission is to promote charitable, literary, educational and / or scientific activities and carry out educational research in relation to heart disease and cardiovascular surgery, as well as facilitating access to alternative cardiovascular services for medically indigent patients.
  • University of Mississippi Medical Center

    For two weeks a small team of students and faculty from University of Mississippi Medical Center lived on a boat traveling down the Amazon River providing medical care to local villages. The students tested their medical knowledge to the limit. For the first time in their lives, they were the sole primary caregiver for many patients, treating patients on their own knowledge and recommendations.
  • Tzu Chi International Medical Association

    Tzu Chi International Medical Association is an organized global service network of over 5,500 licensed doctors and nurses who serve as volunteers. They always use utmost care and attention to treat the poor and the sick, providing total medical care including surgeries.

  • Tumaini International Ministries

    Tumaini International Ministries' vision is to provide hope and tangible assistance to AIDS-orphaned children in Kenya and eventually, the rest of Africa.
  • Timmy Global Health

    Timmy Global Health expands access to healthcare and empowers students and volunteers to tackle today’s most pressing global health challenges. To achieve this goal, Timmy sends medical service teams to support the work of international partner organizations, channels financial, medical, and human resources to community based health and development projects, and works to empower students at U.S. high schools and colleges to fundraise, advocate, and serve in an effort to fight health disparities at home and abroad.
  • The Mayles

    We are working on a small island of Madagascar called Nosy Mitsio. There we are part of what is called a TIMO team. TIMO (pronounced team-o) stands for Training in Ministry Outreach. It is a program in which we do course work and study in order to build a solid foundation for a lifetime in ministry. 
  • The Haiti Mission

    In early 1982, the Haiti Mission began as a construction project, building churches, clinics and drilling wells in the northern region of Haiti. This cultural sharing and enrichment with a very different community grew into an ongoing effort to improve the condition of a deprived people with an almost unendurable life struggle.
  • Team Broken Earth

    Team Broken Earth is a volunteer task force composed of physicians, nurses, and physiotherapists from across Canada committed to delivering and improving healthcare in Haiti. Team Broken Earth returned to the Bernard Mevs Hospital in Port au Prince, Haiti in October 2014 to provide specialty and basic medical care as well as educational opportunities to the community.
  • ServeHaiti

    ServeHAITI's vision for Grand-Bois is a thriving, self-sustaining mountain community whose residents have access to healthcare, education, economic opportunities, clean drinking water, and nutritious food. By working in solidarity with our Haitian counterparts, our goal is to help alleviate unnecessary human suffering in this impoverished region.
  • Sean O'Shea Foundation

    Yoga in the US was becoming somewhat familiar in the 1960's and by the late 1990's yoga was becoming popular, and by 2000 yoga and mindful programs were being introduced in schools. Today, we are finding yoga and mindful programs in schools throughout the US. Sean O'Shea started teaching yoga and character building to at-risk kids in school back in 2001. 
  • Scranton University

    The University of Scranton, School of Nursing had their inaugural trip to The Bwindi Hospital in Uganda in January of 2013. While at the hospital they provide hands-on care for over 150 patients.
  • San Antonio Guatemalan Endeavor

    SAGE is a group of volunteers who annually travel to rural Guatemala to provide healthcare and community development to those in need. Over the course of 5 days, SAGE medical teams work to provide medical care. The team sees patients in medical clinics, dental clinic, vision clinic, and performs surgeries such as cleft palate repair.