Medical Missionaries, a non-profit organization, is a volunteer group of more than 200 doctors, nurses, dentists, and others who work to improve the health of the poorest of the poor in the U.S. and throughout the world. We provide medical care and medical supplies, clothing and food to the areas we serve.
Caring Hearts Wine and Cheese Event
Enjoy sampling award winning Virginia wines and raise funds for Medical Missionaries!
You are invited to a wine and cheese event hosted by Doukénie Winery in beautiful Loudoun County, Virginia. Spend a lovely afternoon enjoying the fall foliage, dramatic vistas and mountain tranquility on this 400 acre estate winery. You will have the opportunity to sample the award winning Virginia wines produced by Doukénie Winery, owned by Dr. George Bazaco, a long time Medical Missionaries supporter and volunteer. Dr. Bazaco leads annual trips to the St. Joseph Clinic in Haiti and has generously offered to host this event with all proceeds going to benefit Medical Missionaries. Light refreshments and musical entertainment will be provided. Additional glasses/bottles of wines and sweets will be available for purchase. There will be the chance to participate in a 50/50 drawing as well as hourly raffle drawings for bottles of wine. Gather a group of family and friends and join us to help support a great cause. Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets soon! For more information, please reply to this email or call 703-335-1800.
Did you know that one in five children in Haiti are malnourished, and one in fourteen will die before reaching the age of five?*
Childhood malnutrition is a serious problem in Haiti’s Central Plateau, where St. Joseph Clinic is located.
Our Medika Mamba Program is working to reverse this heartbreaking situation by providing a nutritional supplement that restores 90% of severely malnourished children to health in two to three months. Although the Haitian government provides St. Joseph Clinic with a small amount of Medika Mamba supplements, they do not provide us with enough to treat all of the malnourished kids in the program, and it is not uncommon to go weeks without this essential supplement. We need your help to keep this critical program running!
Malnutrition is a serious health issue in Thomassique and its outlying villages. It amplifies the effect of diseases, and stunts physical and mental growth.
June 4, 2019 marked the 12th anniversary of the opening of St. Joseph Clinic in Thomassique, and was a great day of celebration for the
This video, produced to celebrate our 20th anniversary in 2017, features interviews with our founder Dr. Gil Irwin, and numerous doctors, nurses, and other volunteers who share their time and skills to serve the poor