Join the Cause
International Medical Relief works in collaboration with international partners to serve communities have little to no access to healthcare and health education. IMR teams are at work around the world helping those with the greatest need to overcome illness and empowering community members with the tools and education they need to live healthily and stay safe.
There are many ways to get involved with International Medical Relief. You can make a one-time donation to help fund domestic and international commitments. You can become a monthly contributor to become a sustainable supporter of the vitality of the communities our teams serve. You can volunteer on a medical or dental mission and use your skills and expertise to help save and change lives around the world. You can also become a strategic partner to help with capacity-building efforts and support our humanitarian aid projects.
Your generosity, skills, and talents will help deliver high-quality care, training, and education to communities of need around the world.
Four Ways to Be the Good
Volunteer with Us
IMR courageously goes into areas with little to no medical care and treats patients with dramatic and often life-saving results. The medical mission teams provide medical services, medicines, supplies, training, and education to treat and equip locals, leaving a long-lasting impact.
There are two ways to volunteer with IMR: Volunteer internationally on a medical or dental mission, or volunteer domestically at IMR headquarters in Colorado.
Become a Strategic Partner
International Medical Relief continues to collaborate with strategic partners around the world to provide direct relief to communities in need. In-kind donations and services are strengthened through collaborative partnerships enhancing the value added to yield greater impact. Corporate Social Responsibility programs benefit the most underserved and vulnerable communities served by IMR including refugees, indigenous, post-disaster, compromised communities, congregate populations, homeless, and those suffering from chronic or urgent medical needs.