No single organization can tackle the task of sending healthcare providers around the globe. That’s why we partner with a number of nonprofits—each experts in their field—to make our missions possible. Here are a few of the outstanding organizations we’re proud to call friends of our foundation:
International Medical Relief
A Denver-based nonprofit that provides short-term volunteer opportunities abroad for medical professionals, dental professionals, med students, and non-medical personnel, in underserved and vulnerable communities in over 40 countries.
A Salt Lake City-based nonprofit dedicated to ending poverty with support from donors, partners, and motivated villagers, to change lives by building skills, capacities, and leadership. Founded over 30 years ago by two doctors with a small U.S. staff and full-time in-country directors.
A Broader View Volunteers
A Pennsylvania-based nonprofit that facilitates medical mission trips and social welfare humanitarian programs in Central America, South America, Africa, Nepal, and India.
Project C.U.R.E. (Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment)
A Colorado-based nonprofit that is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world. They bridge the health resource gap in the developing world by facilitating medical missions that empower health professionals with the tools they need to save lives.
Remote Area Medical
A Tennessee-based nonprofit that provides mobile medical clinics that deliver free dental, vision, and medical care to underserved and uninsured individuals in the United States.
A Panama-based nonprofit medical relief team dedicating to reducing the burden of disease in the developing world, by traveling by boat to remote villages to deliver much needed healthcare.
If you are a 501(c)(3) organization and would like to partner with the Making to Difference Foundation to find high quality healthcare providers for your medical mission, please contact us.