Medical Missionaries December Newsletter with updates on Holiday Food and Toy Drive, Boy Scout project, focus on a volunteer and more!
We have seen desperate poverty this year. Delivering food to an elderly man in Appalachia, we saw a man who was chopping up the floorboards of his home for heat. This is just one of the sad and heartbreaking examples of the poverty our Medical Missionaries volunteers witness daily.
It has been a busy month at the Medical Missionaries office. People stop by daily with donations of clothing, medical supplies and equipment, food, household items, and hygiene products
St. Joseph Clinic’s Breadfruit Project continues to grow and make progress in helping to combat malnutrition in Thomassique, Haiti.
In October Medical Missionaries held the yearly Caring Hearts Online Auction, loaded containers that are being sent overseas to help multiple organizations, began a food and toy drive for those in need in Appalachia.
Read about donations from St. Luke Community Clinic, Caring Hearts Online Auction, update on St. Joseph Clinic and the sad news of the passing of former board member Ron Burrell.
This month's newsletter includes updates on how Covid-19 is affecting St. Joseph Clinic, food deliveries to Rocklick Food pantry, how to make your donations go further among other items.
Medical Missionaries made another delivery of food to the Rocklick Food Pantry. We also sent a shipment of Covid-19 supplies and medicines to the St. Joseph Clinic in Haiti.
Medical Missionaries office has reopened. Drop donations at our office, or reach out to us in email via firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 703-335-1800 for more information.
Medical Missionaries provides support in Virginia, Haiti, and around the world. We are also deeply saddened to say goodbye to one of Medical Missionaries founders, Peter Dirr.