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 Cambodia EMS Team

[January 2016] This team will provide EMS skills based training alongside Khmer counterparts to medical professionals at different levels.

This team includes Marcus Bouma, Megan Brown, and Teryn Warnke

Donate to our Uganda Medical Team

[January 2016] This team will provide direct care and provide training to local professionals in targeted health services in South West Uganda.

This team includes Cara Hilderbrand and Mary Burns

Donate to our Haiti Medical Teaching - Sonography Team

[February 2016] This team will provide training to local clinicians who will be able to use improved sonography skills to provide higher quality care.

This team includes Jo Clancy

Donate to our Haiti Physical Therapy Team

[March 2016] This team will provide holistic rehabilitation to shoe with disabilities and their families.

Donate to our Cambodia EMS Team

[March-April 2016] This team will design and implement a fire response plan as well as provide EMS training to medical professionals.

This team includes Bill Laird and Ken Towend

Donate to our Guatemala Community Impact Team

[July 2016] This team will decrease the incidence and improve community case management of diarrhea, malnutrition, and acute respiratory infections, while simultaneously improving maternal health.

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.