Volunteers give generously of themselves and are the heart and soul of Solidarity Bridge. They give generously of their time, talent, and resources to heal and empower the people of Latin America. Whether volunteering at home or abroad, their actions and experiences enrich their own lives and the lives of others.
We are currently seeking a surgical nurse, dermatologist, and gastroenterologist to join us on our September mission trips. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information as soon as possible. The need is great, won't you join us this fall?
Solidarity Bridge missioners are compassionate individuals who travel with us to Bolivia.
Learn more about becoming a missioner, meet some current missioners, learn what happens on medical mission trips, and why we go on them.
Ready to apply to become a missioner? Here is the required Missioner application form.
Our dedicated office volunteers are a vital resource for our staff. If you live in the Chicago area, consider volunteering at our office, conveniently located in Evanston. Please contact Sofi Porter-Castro (email@example.com) for information about helping with bulk mailings, supply packing, research and other projects. Internships are also available for students.
As an event volunteer with Solidarity Bridge, you will have the opportunity to be an integral part of our annual gala, a memorable, fun-filled celebration in the Chicago area. We also have smaller events during the year that rely on volunteer help. If you would like to get involved with an upcoming event, please contact Sofi Porter-Castro (firstname.lastname@example.org).
With your support, we can train and equip more medical communities, empowering them to provide highly complex surgery and other health care for their fellow citizens living in poverty.
Solidarity Bridge relies heavily on medical equipment and supply donations for our surgical programs. In-kind donations form the backbone of our budget, allowing us to raise the level of surgical services and expand our reach to more patients by lowering local costs.