YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
OneGoodTurn is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that devotes its energy to passionately advocating for better healthcare for under-represented members of our global family. Our mission is to provide essential healthcare, in partnership with established organizations, to accelerate our mutual goals of responsible and sustainable development in neglected communities.
If you'd like to get involved, please contact OneGoodTurn using the form below:
Contact Us: Info@onegoodturn.org
We would not exist without our dedicated partners who work to provide clean water, children's homes, churches, school programs, job centers, and more. Our partner organizations are doing the hard work that is required to truly improve lives worldwide. We serve at the request of our partners by providing medical support to their efforts in community development. If your community organization has a medical need, please contact OneGoodTurn using the form below.
contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us in providing medical care, education and hope to those in need.
Life is hard in neglected communities. We know that we cannot cure all illness or stop all suffering, but we can help. With careful acknowledgement of harsh realities, we can provide hope by offering the best possible medicine along with the spiritual gifts that are found in compassionate care. We believe this care, offered through kindness and communion with our global neighbors, is the best kind of medicine.
Our medical expertise opens the door for us to improve the lives of many while partnering with some of the most passionate and driven philanthropists on the globe. We provide excellent medical care by relying on diligent preparation, listening, respect, and responsible decision making.
Education occurs at many levels within a medical mission trip. Our team workers are educated in the basics of illness recognition and treatment; interpreters in our host village are given empowering job skills through their work with us in the clinics; and families and community leaders are taught vital community health skills.