Partner with us and make a difference. Our clinic serves almost 10,000 people per year. Your contribution can make an immense difference in the lives of our Honduran brothers and sisters. Donations of any size will help.

Serving at the Crossroads (SATC) is a non-profit corporation and donations are tax deductible. In addition to monetary contributions, in-kind donations in the form of healthcare services, time, equipment, medicine, and supplies are always appreciated. 


There Are Many Ways To Help

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Join a Brigade

We regularly form brigades of medical and dental professionals who visit the clinic, generally for a period of 7-10 days. If you would like to join us, please give a brief outline of your area of expertise and your contact details in the form on the right and we'll put you in touch with the brigade organizer.

If you do not have a medical background, several opportunities exist for you to be included on a brigade trip.

Click below to inquire about joining a brigade.

Volunteer Time

Time is one of the most valuable things a person can donate and we need lots of it. Whether it's helping load containers, sort medicine, collect donations, or juggle, we could use your help! Fill out the form on the right and we'll get in touch with you as soon as possible.

Click below to inquire about volunteering time.

Donate Supplies

If you know of a hospital, medical practice, or dental office who are upgrading their equipment, let us know. We may be able to use their old equipment if it is still in good condition.

If you have excess medical supplies or pharmaceuticals, let us know. With almost 200 patients a week through the clinic, we definitely can use all the medicine and supplies we can get.

Click below to let us know what equipment, medicine, or supplies you can donate.

Engage Youth

We are able to accommodate youth projects at our clinic in La Entrada. For example, recently an upcoming Eagle Scout designed and built a playground for the children of the families that were visiting the clinic.

Several other Scouts led drives to collect over-the-counter medicine for the clinic.

Click below to let us know about the project you'd like to do.


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