Your support will provide emergency relief to Providence ministries impacted by fire and earthquake disasters in Chile.
Donations to this fund allow Global Partnerships to respond to changing needs and develop new initiatives to effectively respond to unmet health needs and create greater capacity within the communities served internationally.
Children in Guatemala are suffering from acute respiratory infection and chronic diarrhea as a result of poor ventilation and sanitation in their homes. We are teaming up with Medical Teams International to work on infrastructure development projects that will improve public health. Help us remove these causes of needless illness and mortality.
Invest in life-changing surgeries provided by teams from Providence in Guatemala working alongside our partners from Faith in Practice. During one week trips Providence teams identify appropriate candidates that will later have surgical procedures performed other visiting teams—often another Providence team. Your donation helps support the in-country infrastructure and purchase needed medicines, supplies and equipment to make these trips possible.
Support the education of health professionals from Guatemala and elsewhere with Providence health professionals. Educational exchanges provide opportunities for mutual learning. Students from other countries gain knowledge that is lasting while the people of Providence learn better ways to treat diseases and serve people of diverse cultural backgrounds within the U.S.
Reach out to people in their time of need. The best help you can offer when a natural disaster strikes is through a financial contribution, no matter the size, to an organization that is already well-positioned to assist in the disaster-struck region. Global Partnerships works closely with well-established organizations that are best equipped to respond in times of emergencies.
If you care about reducing waste locally and providing needed medical supplies internationally, then consider giving to our medical supply warehouse. Volunteers collect, inspect, and redistribute thousands of pounds of medical provisions, diverting these perfectly good items from being wasted in U.S. landfills to being used in developing nations.