How to Contribute
DOCARE is sustained by the loving support of people like you. Please consider these ways to contribute.
Become a Member
Members are the life blood of DOCARE. Collectively, our members ensure we can provide continuity of care through established clinics, work towards high-impact healthcare benefits to all the populations we serve, and continue leading global health outreach trips and offering clinical rotations to students and residents.
Member benefits include
- opportunities to participate in guided trips providing patient care on three continents,
- opportunities to attend clinical rotations (medical students and residents),
- special communications and events with DOCARE, and
- learning and skill set-building opportunities in the United States.
Memberships are available at several levels: $20 per year for pre-health students, $50 per duration of degree for health professional students, $60 per duration of residency for interns and residents, and $67 per year for all other volunteers and healthcare professionals.
To sign up, please click here.
Membership dues are tax-deductible; no goods or services are provided in exchange for your dues contribution. Membership fees are non-refundable.
Support Our Clinics
Our clinics in Tecpan, Guatemala; San Andres Iztapa, Guatemala; and Chacraseca, Nicaragua, provide much-needed healthcare to communities that would otherwise do without. These clinics rely on the support of donors to cover the costs of medications, laboratory tests, clinicians’ salaries, and more. We are grateful for your support.
Donations are tax-deductible.
Please click here to donate.
Support Us Through Amazon
You can support DOCARE just by shopping as you normally do. Amazon Smile is a program that donates a percentage of the price of your purchases to a nonprofit. Select us as your charity of choice, and Amazon will give us a cut of all the gifts, textbooks, and myriad other purchases you make.
To participate, all you have to do is click here, select DOCARE as your charity, and shop as normal.