Global First Responder would not exist without the generosity of our donors.
We are regular people who are doing incredible things to change lives across the world. We hope to increase global participation in relief work. We need your help so that we can continue to help others. Without you, there is no Global First Responder.
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Donations to our general fund are allocated to countries in need. The money donated is used to buy medication, fund construction projects and improve the quality of healthcare in developing countries.
150000 Lives Effected
30240 Volunteer Hours
How does your donation affect lives around the world?
What can $25 get us?
Buy 1 week of medication for a non-critical patient
3 months of hypertension medication for one patient
3 months of oral diabetes medication for one patient
What can $100 get us?
2 weeks of diabetes medication for 10-20 people
2 weeks of blood pressure medication for 10-20 people
Buy small supplies for hospitals such as light bulbs
What can $500 get us?
Equip a hospital with WiFi for 1 year
Deworm a village of up to 25,000 people
Malaria treatment for over 200 people
What can $1,000 get us?
25 man-days of local labor
3 translators for one week
Local transportation for one week
What can $10,000 get us?
Solar battery and installation.
Build 1 school in Haiti
Install 3 incinerators in hospitals that poor waste into ditches and streams
Install solar equipment on a cancer treatment facility in Puerto Rico
Add 2 additions to hospitals
Install solar on a hospital in the Congo to allow surgeons light to perform night time surgeries that were previously performed by cell phone light
Donations for the supplies
Supplies help tremendously on our mission trips. We accept donations of non-expired medication, sutures, small medical equipment, building supplies, and solar supplies. Contact Us to make donations.
Morocco gave me perspective on life, things that mattered, matter no more, and things that didn’t seem to take up most of your thought process. Watching the faces that said “thank you” after every patient is priceless and unforgettable.
- Hassan Baqer, MD
GFR team leader Morocco