Looking for a stylish new scarf and want to donate to a good cause at the same time? MEDLIFE McGill would like to present to you these beautiful 100% Peruvian scarves which are being sold at $20 to fundraise for a development project (either Eco-toilets or a housing project) in Peru. If you would like to purchase a scarf, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your selected scarf style!
The Local Initiatives Committee focuses on projects emphasizing local homelessness and mental health. Projects range from sandwich drives to social media campaigns. Click the local initiatives tab to learn more about our projects.
Thank you for your interest in participating in a MEDLIFE Mobile Clinic trip! MEDLIFE is a non-profit organization working with students to help communities in developing countries achieve greater freedom from the constraints of poverty and empowering them to live healthier lives. Our long term goal is to make a sustainable impact in these communities.
Participants will work with local health professionals and hopefully gain a better understanding of the inequalities in global health services, and activate a passion for development.
This application is for the trip to Esmeraldas, Ecuador from Jan 2-10. The participation fee will be $805, with a $200 deposit refundable up until four weeks before the trip date. This fee covers accommodation, transportation in country, 5 days of meals, and the medicines our clinic will provide. Airfare is additional. Upon confirmation as a participant, you will gain access to a personalized webpage on MEDLIFEs website from where you can choose to fund-raise; half of what you raise will go towards your trip, and the other half to the MEDLIFE fund. MEDLIFE McGill will also provide accepted participants with other fundraising opportunities.
The application deadline is: November 8, 2015
Spanish knowledge is a strong asset, but not required.
MEDLIFE McGill Executives
Inspired by HONY, MEDLIFE McGill has started the We Are Not Faceless campaign to raise awareness for the homeless. They may be homeless, but they are not faceless! These are their stories.
Check our all their stories by clicking here.