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February 28, 2020

“Just Care and Do”

“Just Care and Do”

By: Rebecca "Becky" Sparks, Volunteer One of the dilemmas that we consider as part of a group who regularly go to Honduras is whether sending monetary support of the same amount would have a greater effect than our presence. It is one thing I consider since I am not...

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Help For Our Volunteers

Help For Our Volunteers

On January 1 of next year we will once again be accepting applications for our annual Medical Brigade to Honduras. We want to take this opportunity to let you know of some changes to our payment procedures. Our credit card processing vendor, Flipcause, now offers a...

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Medical Brigade 2016 Report

Medical Brigade 2016 Report

The 2016 Medical Brigade to Honduras was an unmitigated success! Thank you so much to all who contributed. We had 50 volunteers from the United States and 19 participants from Honduras join us.

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Letter from Agusto Medina

We received this letter prior to our departure for this year's Medical Brigade to Honduras from Agusto Medina. Agusto has been working with Jo Ann Swahn through our Microfinance initiative to build a tile factory/cooperative that will provide good paying jobs to poor...

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HEB Is Supporting Honduras Good Works

HEB Is Supporting Honduras Good Works

We want to say, Thank You, to the HEB in Harker Heights that has donated 600 bags to this year's Medical Brigade. These bags will be used to hold medicines that are distributed to patients at our clinics in Honduras. If you're in the area stop by and thank them...

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There’s Still Time

There’s Still Time

Join us this summer on a Medical Brigade! Who? Medical Providers: Doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, EMTs, dentists and pharmacists. Non-Healthcare Workers: Spanish speaking interpreters, clergy, logistical personnel, and anyone with a willing...

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