Show General Fund Donation




Upon submission of this form you will be redirected to PayPal for payment.

Why PayPal?

We use PayPal as a safe and easy way to accept credit cards in our donation forms. PayPal keeps your financial information securely encrypted and doesn’t share it with sellers or merchants.

Using PayPal

A PayPal account is not required to make a donation. When you click the submit button on our donation forms, you will be redirected to the PayPal website. You will see a screen similar to image below. This form can be used to make a payment with your credit card, similar to making any other online purchases.

paypal

We know math is hard, but it’s not as hard as removing spam. Let us know you are a real person using the field below.


Host a Dinner With GFR Want to be a Volunteer?

Next Upcoming Trip:

July 29, 2017-August 6, 2017

On this trip, Global First Responder will be continuing its new initiative of partnering with local hospitals in Haiti to support sustainable healthcare development. There will be a continuation of the shared goal to equip hospitals with the skills, education, and supplies they need to provide health care for patients and staff. Volunteers on this trip will not directly provide the health care, but they will instead work side by side with local physicians, nurses, paramedics, and other staff to share knowledge and skills. We are beginning where there is the greatest need: emergency and general medicine as well as pediatrics. Be a part of our partnership in Haiti, today!

Most Recent Trip:

April 9-22, 2017

Global First Responder partnered with local hospitals in Haiti for the long-term goal of supporting sustainable healthcare development. The shared goal is to equip facilities with the skills, education, and supplies they need to provide and care for staff and patients. We are beginning where there is the greatest need: emergency medicine and pediatrics. 

The purpose of this trip was to start a new initiative where we began the process of bringing many teams of volunteers to help train physicians, nurses, and paramedics—to arm them with the skills and supplies needed to improve the quality of care that the hospital is able to provide to its population. This differs from a traditional “mission trip” in that we will not provide the care, but we will work side by side with the doctors and staff to share our knowledge and skills.
Read on…

Simple Share Buttons