Thank you to our volunteers who donated their time and talent in the month of November.
During this Thanksgiving season we have so many things to be thankful. The little things that we often take for granted are the things we should be the most grateful, like medical access.
On November 3-4, Medical Bridges had the honored of hosting the 2014 MedSurplus Alliance Conference in Houston, Texas.
Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) is a private non-governmental initiative to save lives in the Mediterranean Sea, one of the world’s deadliest border crossings, by coordinating activities with the Rescue Coordination Centres in the region.
Thank you to our volunteers who donated their time and talent in the month of October.
Medical Bridges was featured in the news on KHOU Channel 11. The report was about Houston's collaboration to countries impacted by Ebola. View story here.
The MOAS team of professional rescuers, seafarers, paramedics, and humanitarians began operating at the end of August on board the Phoenix I. To date, they have assisted in the rescue of 2,200 migrants leaving Libyan shores attempting to reach a safe haven.
Breast Cancer is a global concern.
Your donation to Medical Bridges can help us to continue bridging the healthcare gap worlwide.
Thank you to our regular and groups of volunteers who donated their valuable time in September.
Many thanks to Honorary Chair Margaret Alkek Williams and event Chairs Kelli Cohen Fein, MD and Barbara Van Postman for sharing their expertise throughout nearly a year of planning.
Over 300 guests attended the One People. One World. Gala on September 27th at the Hilton Post Oak. The event grossed $250,000; proceeds will help bring much needed medical supplies and equipment to the medically indigent in the developing world.