Have you ever wondered what exactly our missioners do when they travel to Bolivia? Would you like to see regular updates written by individual team members “on the ground” at a partner hospital? Enter into solidarity with our partners, patients, staff and missioners by reading our blog!
What is the heart and soul of true solidarity? Solidarity Bridge trains and equips medical communities, empowering them to serve those in need. This video delves into the spiritual foundations of this work.
This short film shows how Solidarity Bridge has been training and equiping medical communities in Bolivia, empowering them to serve those in need.
View our 2013 Grand Prize Winning video from the American Airlines "Flights, Camera, Action" contest for non-profits. In just one minute, you will see a glimpse of what Solidarity Bridge is accomplishing in healthcare for the poorest countries in South America. 1 min
A moving series of portraits from the town of Aiquile, Bolivia, site of a joint Solidarity Bridge and Doctors Without Borders project in the battle against Chagas. 2 min 6 sec
Two American doctors in Bolivia on a surgery mission seek the true meaning of solidarity. Their emotional encounter with two patients challenges and heals both doctors and patients. 16 min 30 sec
U.S. and Bolivian neurosurgeons collaborate to save and transform lives through Solidarity Bridge. Working as a team, they stand in solidarity as they encounter both heartbreak and joy. 8 min 45 sec
Aurora and Mario, Bolivian subsistence farmers, struggle to make ends meet as Aurora's heart worsens. Solidarity Bridge gives her a life saving pacemaker surgery. 14 min 5 sec
Here’s a short video about Solidarity Bridge. A nonprofit organization that channels the medical and business expertise of professionals to aid those living in poverty in Bolivia and Paraguay. 10 min 16 sec
On the frontlines against Chagas in partnership with Doctors Without Borders. It's time to break the deadly silence about Chagas, a devastating parasitic disease spread by a beetle that infests Bolivia's rural homes. 10 min 11 sec
The Make it Better Foundation (2015) selected Solidarity Bridge for their Social Justice Award. The short video and article were featured online and in their print magazine in February.
Better Business Bureau Charity Review (2014) Solidarity Bridge prides itself on seeking the highest levels of accountability, and is a Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited Charity.
Ruin My Life the Plans I Have Made Blog (2014) A nurse in Bolivia shares her experience of caring for a Solidarity Bridge patient, baby Daniel.
Evanston RoundTable Article (May 2014) A local newspaper featured Solidarity Bridge’s effort of loading a semi truck with medical equipment and supplies bound for Bolivia.
American Way Magazine Ad (May 2014) This free, full page ad was part of our prize package from American Airlines’ “Flights, Camera, Action” competition
Inc. Magazine Ad (February 2014) Another free, full page ad was part of our prize package from American Airlines’ “Flights, Camera, Action” competition
Medtronic Philanthropy Report (2013) One of our valued partners, Medtronic, shared the story of a Solidarity Bridge patient, Roberto, on page 5 of their Philanthropy Report.
Los Tiempos Article (February 2013) A national Bolivian newspaper featured an article, “Neuroendoscopy within Reach for Everyone,” celebrating latest-generation equipment donated by Solidarity Bridge and training by U.S. surgeons.
Evanston RoundTable Article (July 2013) A local newspaper featured Solidarity Bridge missioner and neurosurgeon, Dr. Roberta Glick
AANS Neurosurgeon Article (Winter 2013) The American Association of Neurological Surgeons featured Solidarity Bridge’s Neurosurgery Program in their publication.