Become a Medical Mission Volunteer

Volunteers are the beating heart that keep us going. Whether for a fundraiser here, or a life-changing mission trip, your help is vital, and appreciated.

All medical volunteers must be licensed or certified in their designated field. We need the following types of medical volunteers:

  • Physicians (Anesthesiologists, emergency medicine, family practice, internal medicine, pediatricians, plastic surgeons, ENTs (otolaryngologists)
  • Registered Nurses practiced in operating room support, post-operative care, recovery room care, patient triage and intake
  • Dentists
  • Certified surgical technologists
  • Speech pathologists
  • Certified registered nurse anesthetists
  • Physician’s assistants

Please note that as a mission volunteer you will be required to pay for your trip. Nurses and CST’s can apply for financial assistance for up to $750.

Become a Mission Volunteer

Become a Non-Medical Mission Volunteer

We also need non-medical volunteers to help with translation, patient intake, family support and counseling, IT support and database maintenance, and other non-medical tasks.

Please note that as a mission volunteer you will be required to pay for your trip. Non-medical volunteers are not eligible for financial assistance.

Become a Mission Volunteer

Volunteer Locally

We host events for child patients of the Central Texas Cleft Team and we are always in need of volunteers who enjoy working with children. Most children’s activities are on weekends, although and we occasionally host a weekday event. We hold at least two fundraisers during the year, one in the fall and one in the spring. Our event volunteers help with things like mailings, answering the phone, and various tasks at the events themselves.

Become a Local Volunteer