If you want to serve with our short-term medical teams in Guatemala, you’ll have quite a meaningful adventure. Half of our teams are made up of non-medical support members.
Serving in Ethiopia, China, Guatemala, and Haiti, Mending Kids International deploys surgical mission teams to countries across the globe several times a year. The organization provides surgical and after-care training to local physicians and nursing staff on all trips they sponsor. Medical and non-medical volunteers are needed.
Providing Christian education, medical, trade, clean water, pastor training to the extremely poor people of Guatemala. The needs are desperate, for housing, clean water, education, demonstrations of the Love of Jesus. PLEASE inquire about helping us.
(Gualan, Guatemala) The Reese House, an approved orphanage by the Guatemalan Government, will house up to 30 children. These children receive the love and care they need until a more permanent placement is approved for them, either by adoption or long-term foster care.
Over the past several years, hundreds of volunteers have provided surgical, medical and dental services to over 25,000 children in Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Ecuador. Donate YOUR expertise, equipment or financial support. Volunteers say these trips are one of the most rewarding experiences of their career.
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Promotes short term medical and dental clinics and surgical clinics primarily in Guatemala and Nicaragua, including the Mayan Indians. General medicine and surgery, eye specialties, OB/Gyn, Dental skills, and more. Affiliated with the Churches of Christ.
(Guatemala) We provide basic medical care and all emergency care to over 140 remote Mayan Villages that have no health care at all. We host medical and non-medical teams of 12 – 20 people for 7 to 10 days. Some medical background helpful but not necessary as long as you have a heart to serve.
Forever Changed International gives missionaries an opportunity to serve the forgotten children of Guatemala City. Their trips are designed to allow every team member the ability to build relationships with the orphans of Dories Promise Guatemala.
(San Jacinto, Chiquimula, Guatemala) More than 300 children have been cared for since October 1990. Some are short-term, others indefinite, and our numbers fluctuate. Lately we have been averaging about 70 children, ranging from infants to 20 year olds. Volunteers, write to see if your desired time is available for a trip, as our calendar fills up months in advance.
(Antigua, Guatemala) (Also known as Albergue Antigueno “Santa Maria”). We are currently constructing a shelter for homeless children and families who live in the Antigua Guatemala area. We also serve daily meals and provide emergency street-based medical care. Also known as the Homeless Shelter of Antigua Guatemala. Volunteers are welcomed to inquire.
Short term Medical and dental clinics and construction projects for groups, in Poptun, Peten, Guatemala. Summer, spring break, etc. Our goal is to link human hands with God’s to show His love to our neighbors, here in the states as well as overseas. Affiliated with Seventh-day Adventists
Provides both basic life needs and spiritual nourishment in order that the children will become dynamic servants of God, who will eventually reach others with the Good News. Ministry partners in Nepal include 4 children’s homes and nearly 200 children with their caregivers.
Focusing on countries in the Caribbean and Central America, Medical Mission Exchange (MMEX) “seeks to facilitate referrals of under served patients to appropriate medical specialists in developing countries.” The “links” section of the MMEX website has free and inexpensive medical goods,many names of medical missions, conferences, and other helpful information.
Not necessarily Christian (formerly known as Andean Rural Health Care – ARHC). We provide primary health care and practical health education to women of reproductive age and children under five years living in rural and semi-urban communities throughout the Americas. Latin America’s highest mortality statistics traditionally come from within those two population groups. We work primarily in Bolivia, Guatemala, Haiti and Mexico. Health professional volunteers should be fluent in Spanish.
Mission trips based on James 1:27: “…to serve orphans and widows in distress.” WE PLAN IT, WE LEAD IT, YOU LIVE IT. If you have the ability to love, you are skilled to go on a Good Goers trip. Guatemala, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Oklahoma, Georgia, USA.
Our mission is to help meet the basic needs and improve the quality of life of under-served and impoverished Guatemalan peoples through health, education and nutrition initiatives and missionary service. We collaborate with community members, international mission teams, and other NGOs to help meet the needs of Guatemalans living in poverty in the service areas of Health, Education, and Housing. United Methodist affiliation.