lets get lost Esperanza oxygen hard to come by Triage in Tegucigalpa

Inter-American Restoration Corporation

Org #17483
Vetted since 2013 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2002
year founded
$83,662
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Vision Statement- To provide social restoration for third-world countries and the US in all phases of social interaction, including: health and medical, spiritual, social, educational, and vocational spheres of human existence. Mission Statement-The Inter-American Restoration Corporation is committed to addressing the needs of impoverished, underprivileged, or traumatized people, both at home and abroad. Established as a 501C3 corporation in 2002, IRC has strategically incorporated first-world resources, business practices, and efficiency with compassion and focus. The result has been to provide necessary and needed relief directly to the people who lack life's essential conveniences. ... read more

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
Gayle Savage Davidson
Gayle Savage Davidson
Team
all volunteers, no paid staff
Organization Information
3910 Suwanee Bend Dr.
Suwanee, GA 30024
United States
3214039292
Organization Information
3910 Suwanee Bend Dr.
Suwanee, GA 30024
United States
3214039292

Project Reports

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Mar 15, 2021
A day in the life of a patient
Mrs. Esperanza by Christian Andino. Today this lady visited the clinic. She comes regularly to the clinic for her medication, mostly for hypertension. She tells us that she walks about 70 minutes to...
Mar 15, 2021
Students
Hello friends,    The pandemic has made it impossible to bring students to Honduras. We have decided that a vaccine is needed before coming to Honduras to help. Those of us who live here and...
Mar 3, 2021
The Needs
The system here in Honduras is still not able to provide for the needs of the people. When a person is to sick to stay at home we transport them to a place called Triage in the capital. It is here...
 
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