Support a Volunteer Team

Be a part of our teams by supporting them financially.

Every month, medical teams depart for places around the world in desperate need of healing and hope. Not only does each team member donate his or her time, but many pay the travel costs and gather donated supplies and medicine.

Select a team below to donate.

Your gift directly touches hurting families and children, even when you physically cannot.

Donate to our Guatemala Dental Team

(January, 2015) In Guatemala, the face of poverty and hunger is young, indigenous and rural. This team will work alongside local dentists to teach oral hygiene to teachers, students, mothers, and children in Guatemala. They will also perform preventative, restorative, and surgical oral interventions on acute cases.

This team includes Kristi Hughes, Maggie Velazquez, Sarah Craft, Chantique Grinsell, Brandon Hawkins, Mindy Fereira, Reina Suarez, Rosemary Sotta, Mundee Whitaker and Sarah Rodriguez.


Donate to our Haiti Emergency Medical Training Team

(February, 2015) This team will focus on training doctors and nurses in emergency medicine skills in order to better equip them to provide emergency care.

This team includes John Michael Moxness, Kristin Lavin, Daniel De Kay.


Donate to our Evanta Guatemala Work Team

(January, 2015) This community health team will help build latrines alongside an indigenous community called Saca in the El Quiche department of Guatemala near the town of Chicaman.

This team includes Ben Baca, Ashley Bay, Candice Binggeli, Carrie Centlivre, Brittany Dawson, Kelly Douglas, Jonah Elliot, Jordan Guess, Dennis Keenan, Franklin Kessler, Bradley Krueger, Allison Maddox, Sara Murphy, Nicole Wood.


Donate to our Guatemala Work Team

(February, 2015) This team will build stoves alongside an indigenous community called San Jose Chirrecoral in the Alta Verapaz department of Guatemala. Their goal is to improve the physical, social and spiritual health of the people in the community.

This team includes Valerie Briggs, Cheryl Brooks, MaryAnn Clausen, Mari J. Clausen-Prlain, Brett W. Rockhill, Marlynn G. Rust


Donate to our Honduras Dental Team

(February, 2015) This team will provide restorative and preventative dental services to elementary school students.

This team includes Jonna Obermiller.


Donate to our Haiti Rehabilitation Therapy Team

(March, 2015) This team will focus on providing direct care and preventing disability alongside our Advantage Rehabilitation staff, help provide training to locals in rehabilitation care, and just as importantly, learn about rehabilitation in a foreign context where resources are limited.

This team includes Gale Lavinder


Donate to our Haiti Rehabilitation Therapy Team

(March, 2015) This team will benefit the physically disabled in Haiti by helping our staff fill the gap in rehabilitation care within the Haitian health care system by providing direct care, empowering the disabled to engage in daily life, and building local capacity to care for and include the physically disabled in all aspects of society.

This team includes Gale Lavinder.


Donate to our Haiti Ultrasound Training Team

(March, 2015) This team will provide training to one physician on general ultrasound and one nurse on obstetrical ultrasound.

This team includes Jo Clancy.


Donate to our Guatemala Community Impact Team

(April, 2015) This team will work alongside the Ojo de Agua community in the Chicaman, El Quiche area of Guatemala. They will help build improved latrines with the local families.

This team includes Chris Dickey, Janice Burger, Peter Burger, Lisa Powell, Richard Powell, Laurie Bender, Loren Etengoff, Kristi Etengoff, Mike Simon, Kathy Criswall, Bob Button.


Donate to our Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Travel Team

Over the past 10 years, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue (TVF&R) firefighters have donated their time and money to help Medical Teams International provide assistance in countries around the world. To date, more than 40 TVF&R firefighters have responded to countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Japan, Uganda and the Philippines. Most recently, 14 TVF&R firefighters have helped with relief efforts in response to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.