NOAH NY is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization and is committed to providing the most underserved communities in Haiti with medical care. Each year, NOAH NY organizes a week-long medical mission to a town or city in Haiti in order to provide everything from routine medical check-ups to life saving surgical procedures. In June 2009, NOAH NY partnered with the Haitian American Alliance (HAA), a New York-based nonprofit dedicated to fostering the growth and development of Haitian-Americans, to provide healthcare to thousands of men, women, and children in the town of Fort Liberte, HaitiRead More
NOAH NY is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with an all volunteer staff, and all funds and donations raised directly supports our annual medical missions. NOAH NY medical missions are designed to provide free medical care to the underserved men, women and children in northern Haiti, and in order to fulfill our goals, we depend on monetary and medical supply donations. Supply donations include medicines, medical equipment, toys, clothing, air miles, and more. Financial contributions in any amount are welcomed.
At the heart of NOAH NY Medical Missions are our volunteers, on whom our organization depends. Our volunteers represent numerous backgrounds, including doctors, dentist, nurses, medical students, young professionals and retirees, among many others. From sorting donations of medical and surgical supplies to lending professional expertise, our volunteers provide invaluable support to meet the needs of the underserved in Haiti.
Thank you for your interest in a medical mission with NOAH NY! Please complete the form below and click Submit. Please also be sure to mail a copy of your license to NOAH NY at P.O. Box 24702, Brooklyn, NY 11202 or scan and email a copy to email@example.com
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