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Displaced Ukrainians Need Your Help!
We need volunteers for weeklong relief missions to serve displaced Ukrainians in Warsaw, Poland and donations for medical supplies.
An Estimated 1.5 to 2 Million Ukrainians Have Fled to Poland. You Can Help Make a Difference For them.
IMR teams are on the ground in Poland working with the local medical community to ensure basic and urgent needs of the displaced Ukrainians are met.
We need volunteer doctors, nurses, medics, mental health professionals – any medical specialty will make a difference.
Our volunteer teams are serving this vulnerable population by offering much-needed medical and dental care directly to the displaced Ukrainians at a 6,000-person accommodation center in Poland. IMR volunteers are working alongside other qualified international volunteers and medical professionals to provide care to some of the world’s most marginalized citizens.
Join our team of doctors, nurses, PAs, dentists, social workers, EMTs, and other medical professionals to provide humanitarian outreach to the physical, mental, and emotional needs of these people. Give them hope by being present and showing compassion. While each weeklong mission trip is too little time to treat all the sick, it is nevertheless ample time to plant the seeds of hope in their lives for a promising future.
In addition to medical volunteers, we are specifically seeking non-medical volunteers for mission trips to Poland to assist with the accommodation center’s operations. These volunteers will play many roles, including playing with Ukrainian children, helping at mealtimes, assisting with shelter organization, arranging activities for guests, welcoming new guests as they arrive, etc.
Please consider becoming part of one of our volunteer medical teams by clicking Volunteer and following a link to one of our upcoming disaster relief trips.
If you are unable to volunteer to help in Poland, please consider showing your support for Ukrainians through financial giving for medical supplies and equipment for use in the accommodation center, as well as in four hospitals in Ukraine that we are supporting. Imagine being in the position of knowing you could save a life but not having the right equipment to do so.
Thank you so much for joining this effort to save and change lives.
Displaced Ukrainians need you! Help by VOLUNTEERING or DONATING to provide medical supplies!
IMR Volunteers on the Ground
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT KRISTEN SHARES HER EXPERIENCES: “These people are amazing, resilient, completely strong, beautiful people.”
LIVE FROM THE FIELD IN POLAND: Philip Chang, RN and Clinical Nurse Specialist, a first-time volunteer with IMR, shares a bit about his experience.
PENNY, IMR ALUMNUS, NP AND VOLUNTEER IN POLAND discusses serving thousands of displaced Ukrainians. “We are here in Poland at a center with thousands of people. It’s very emotional.”
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