Medical Mission 2021

Guatemala City, Guatemala

We are working with local organizations in Guatemala City, Guatemala to provide critical medical care in a country where half the population lives in poverty. Volunteer surgeons and support staff will have the goal of operating on 70 people in need.

Volunteers who commit to this difficult work pay their own expenses to travel to and stay on the Medical Aid Relief Mission – an incredible testament to their dedication. Monies raised by the Foundation help support the physicians in the field with specialized equipment, supplies and instrumentation.

With your help, we can improve the local medical facilities we partner with, and never take from a community in need. Everything required to perform a staggering range of procedures is brought to some of the most logically-challenging regions of the world. 

Thank you for your support in this critical work. Your gift will save and change lives.


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All donations go towards medical supplies and equipment for surgery. Your tax deductible donation will allow us to help more people, provide comfort, and administer pain relief to those who would otherwise go without care.

We, as well as our prospective patients, greatly appreciate your generosity.

We thank you for your support!

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At A Glance:

Guatemala City, Guatemala

Population: 1 million

Language: Spanish 

Living in Poverty: 60%

Poverty Defined: Earning less than $150 US a month

Mission Facts:

Fundraising Goal: $150,000

Volunteers: Surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, and medical support staff 

Impact: The Osborne Head & Neck Foundation (OHNF) delivers life-saving and life-changing  surgical care to communities in need around the globe. Through our annual Medical Aid Relief Mission we connect expert volunteer surgeons with those suffering in remote areas of developing nations including Ethiopia, India and Peru.