This holiday season, give a gift that lasts a lifetime
They probably will never meet you, they may not even realize how lucky they are that you made their surgery possible, but you will have changed the course of their lives forever.
With the support of people like you, Partner for Surgery (PfS) has helped over 11,000 of Guatemala’s most isolated and impoverished people to receive access to surgery. With your support, we can help thousands more!
There are many different ways you can help: volunteering, donating, sharing our stories, telling your friends to join in, or just shopping at Amazon Smile. From small to big actions, we all make a difference ❤️
Pictured above, one of the many wonderful teams Partner for Surgery has had the pleasure to work with. Dr. Low, medical director of the surgical team from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, with his team members Nancy and Leila, holding twin cleft patients post-surgery.
Don Heebner, who helped the team get started, left us with the following quote:
“Our entire team was grateful for the unique experience, and the opportunity to help the children of Guatemala. As a veteran of ten cleft lip and palate missions I was especially impressed with the high level of organization and support by the entire ACPC team. Their cheerful dedication to the children and the mission made this mission memorable and personally rewarding.”
Shop with Amazon Smile
Did you know that when you shop through Amazon Smile a % of your purchases are donated to Partner for Surgery?
All you have to do is follow this link and set PfS as your charity of choice. When you buy gifts to family, friends and even yourself, you are also gifting families in Guatemala. Isn't this wonderful?
Our wish list
If you want to send us an item directly, don't forget about our wish list. The more manual breast pumps we get, the more nursing mothers and cleft infants we can help in our Infant Nutrition Program.
Our progress in 2017
Surgical teams: 12 501 surgeries performed
Medical missions: 5 2377 patients evaluated 806 surgical candidates
Cervical cancer prevention: 2994 women screened 75 women treated