Philanthropic donations

These philanthropic organizations offering Plastic Surgery where it is needed around the world welcome your donations to make their work possible. 

British Foundation for International Reconstructive Surgery and Training (BFIRST) A UK registered charity which trains surgeons working in the poorest countries in the world to enable them to undertake reconstructive Plastic Surgery releasing children and adults from the state of poverty and destitution associated with disability and deformity.  To Donate:

Canada Ukraine Foundation With 28 years of experience in Ukraine, the Canada-Ukraine Foundation (CUF) monitors and promotes programs that support humanitarian aid, medical assistance, education, social welfare, and good governance. CUF communicates and collaborates with aid providers and donors in Ukraine, Canada, and beyond to maximize impact and cost-effectiveness of our support.. To donate:

CorSU Uganda CoRSU was established in 2009 as a private, non-profit, non-governmental organization in Uganda. CoRSU’s core mandate is to mitigate the debilitating effects of disabling physical conditions, by ensuring accessibility and availability of quality, preventative, curative, rehabilitative services for people with disability in Uganda and neighboring countries.  To donate:

Eyes on Ukraine is an initiative by Canadian ophthalmologists to support the treatment of eye injuries and their resulting sequelae in Ukraine.  To donate:  Eyes on Ukraine – COS-SCO

Facing the World – Fighting for Children with Facial Differences The Next 5 Years: Establish appropriate self-sustaining craniofacial centers and outreach programs in Vietnam; Offer 200 international fellowships to world class units in USA, Canada and the UK; Sponsor training missions to partner hospitals in Vietnam; Create a replicable measurable platform; Perform 40,000 operations. To donate:

Global Aid Society For over 30 years, Operation of Hope has been sending medical teams around the world to perform free medical procedures that give children and adults a second chance at life.  In partnership with Operation of Hope Worldwide, The Global Aid Society, works to raise funds to support the medical mission to Zimbabwe and its team of volunteers. To donate: Mission – Global Aid Society

Mercy Ships International Every year, more than 2,000 surgeries and 8,000 dental treatments are performed free of charge for people living in poverty in Africa. This medical care is made possible by the donations we receive and the commitment of 1,550 volunteers who have been joining us on humanitarian aid missions every year for over 40 years!  To donate:

Operation Rainbow Canada (ORC) is a 100% volunteer non-profit medical services organization that functions without paid staff to provide free reconstructive surgery and related health care for cleft lip and cleft palate deformities to impoverished children and young adults in developing countries.  To donate:

Operation Smile Canada provides volunteer support, raises funds and builds awareness about cleft conditions worldwide. Operation Smile’s Canadian volunteers and supporters have helped provide thousands of reconstructive surgeries for children around the world.  To donate:

Project Outreach Project Outreach International Child Health, founded in 1993, is an NGO based in Calgary, Alberta. The organization is founded on the belief that all children, wherever they live, have the right to basic medical care that will allow them to lead healthy, happy, and productive lives. The best way to provide this care is through local health care professionals. Our team of physicians, nurses and allied health care workers focus on educating and fostering the independence of these local professionalsTo donate:

Reconstructing Women International Reconstructing Women International is a non-profit organization supported by a team of female surgeons from around the world. Our mission is to restore form and function to injured women and girls, particularly those affected by burns. We focus on providing life-changing surgeries, training local surgeons, and promoting prevention of domestic violence and accidental burns. With over 4,200 women and girls receiving surgery and numerous surgical trainees benefiting from teaching and mentorship, our goal is to help these women regain their lives and reintegrate into society.  To donate:

The Chitrakoot Project – SEWA International Standard dental care to major surgery, including clefts, burns, facial injuries and tumours. With the ethos that prevention is better than cure, we place social workers in the villages to promote health education, for example, to instil in children that cultural habits such as chewing tobacco can result in debilitating and incurable oral cancer.  To donate:  Sewa UK – Chitrakoot