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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.

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Your gift directly touches hurting families and children, even when you physically cannot.
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Donate to our Cambodia Dental Team

(July, 2014) Currently, there is a great need for health services in Cambodia. One of the critical needs is dental services to children in the rural villages of Cambodia, including children orphaned by war and disease. This team will provide comprehensive dental care and oral health promotion to people who don't otherwise have access to needed dental care services.

This team includes Kathi Karnosh.

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Donate to our Romania Rehabilitation Therapy Team

(July, 2014) This therapy team will work at Prikindelu Placement Center for Disabled Children. They will spend a week with children, creating rehabilitation plans with the children and their caregivers. This team will also work alongside children and families with limited access to care.

This team includes Jo Flomer and Jilda Veja.

Myanmar Media Team

Donate to our Myanmar Media Team

(July, 2014) MTI has been working in Myanmar for two years, focusing on maternal and child health. This team will capture photos and stories of the women and children whose lives have been impacted by MTI's work in Myanmar.

This team includes Cathy Dennis.

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Donate to our Guatemala work team

(July, 2014) This community health project work team will work in a remote community outside of Chicamán, Guatemala, to build ventilated stoves. These stoves will properly ventilate smoke out of the home and help prevent future respiratory problems.

This team includes Julienne B. Livaudais, Matthew D. Hill, Nicole Cretu, Lavi Ianos, Angela Lazarean, Paul T. Pierce, Andrea Kidder and Malia Rosenlund.

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Donate to our Honduras Dental Team

(August, 2014) This dental team will provide dental services to those who do not have access to care. They will provide restorative and preventative dental services to elementary school students as well as provide oral health education.

This team includes Stacy Bone and Caroline Webster.

Uganda Neonatal Resuscitation Teaching Team

Donate to our Uganda Neonatal Resuscitation Teaching Team

(August, 2014) Fighting in South Sudan has pushed over 100,000 refugees into Northern Uganda. This team will help conduct neonatal resuscitation training for the clinical staff of the six clinics that provide health services for the South Sudanese refugees in Northern Uganda.

This team includes Theresa Wood and Cody Wood.

Hoduras Laboratory Skills Training Team

Donate to our Honduras Laboratory Skills Training Team

(September, 2014) Poverty, social and economic inequalities and high levels of insecurity in Honduras present significant challenges to improving the health status of Hondurans, particularly the most vulnerable: women, newborns, elderly people, and children under five. This team will provide training to MTI partner, Project Global Village, and rural community members in lab tech skills.

This team includes Sue (Susan) Landren, Patty (Patricia) Schneider and Lisa (Inge lise) Marx.

Uganda Dental Team

Donate to our Uganda Dental Team

(September, 2014) Medical Teams International provides primary health care to refugees at the United Nations High Commission for Refugees in the Nakivale and Oruchinga settlements in SW Uganda. This dental team will treat approximately 50 patients per day, performing many surgical extractions primarily for children. They will also provide hands on training to local staff and oral hygiene training to those seeking services.

This team includes Terri Erickson and Roger Erickson.
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Donate to our Honduras Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Teaching Team

(September, 2014) Honduras ranks among the poorest countries in Latin America and the Caribbean with an estimated 60% of its population living in poverty. This team will provide training to Project Global Village staff members and rural community members in the use of simple and inexpensive methods to pasteurize water as well as education on water, sanitation and hygiene. 

This team includes Martin Mcginn.

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Donate to our El Salvador Pediatric Ophthalmology Team

(October, 2014) El Salvador’s National Commission of Health reports that the most marginalized sections of the population have difficulty accessing primary and specialty health care services, including ophthalmology. This team will perform corrective eye surgery for approximately 60 children who would not otherwise have access to surgery.

This team includes Dr. Michael Struck and Wilma Gillis.

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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 and Mundee Whitaker.

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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.