Our purpose is to provide free healthcare, education and community development projects such as
the ONIL wood-burning stove and ONIL water purification systems for the indigenous population. We are passionate about changing lives in Guatemala.
Over 19,000 medical procedures and/or surgeries such as hysterectomies, cholecystectomies, hernia repairs, cleft lip and palate repairs, dental procedures, eye surgeries including cataract removal and lens implants have occurred. These interventions all have a very positive impact towards improving the health and well being of an impoverished population that rarely encounters any medical relief.
Whether you are a health professional, student, teacher, construction worker, cook, etc. we offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to utilize your talents, skills, experiences and resources.
Please take a few minutes to explore and hopefully discover how you too can participate in this rewarding experience.
Mission DatesThe dates for 2014 Cascade Medical Team Missions to Guatemala have been set:
Early Spring Team – March 1 to March 12, 2014, applicatons are still being accepted
Summer Team – June 14 to 25, 2014, applicatons are due in by November 1, 2013
Go to the Volunteering page for more info.
The 2013 Cascade Medical Team Missions to Guatemala:
Winter Team – February 23 to March 6, 2013 - the Stats are in for the this super successful mission: click here
Summer Team – June 15 to 26, 2013 - the Stats are in for the this super successful mission: click here
Annual Holiday Wreath Fundraiser
One third of the sales of these wreaths and greens go directly to CMT for the purchase of
necessary medical supplies and equipment for their Sololá, Guatemala medical mission.
Click here to download the flyer and order form:
Sparhawk Flyer - HELPS 2013
Sparhawk Order Form 2013
Docs & Ducks 2013