The families that live in the sugar cane communities of La Romana, DR are living in poverty. The children often live off of sugar cane and have severe dental needs. We want to solve that problem and we need your help.
In November, we have the opportunity to send 16 team members to La Romana, Dominican Republic to provide free dental care to a third world population.
The Dominican is home to about 400 Bateyes communities. The majority of these communities have no running water, no electricity, and limited food. Bateyes are mostly occupied by Haitian immigrants, where the children are often not educated, have no diapers, and have no shoes available. On this trip, we will serve two days at a dental clinic within El Buen Samaritano Hospital, located in the heart of the city. We will then spend the remainder of our time in an RV clinic in the sugar cane field communities, known as Bateyes.
We are excited to immerse ourselves in a new culture and grow from this experience. It’s truly an honor to bring hope to an underprivileged and often forgotten community.
The investment to make this trip possible is substantial, and we need your help to make this mission trip a reality.
Can’t donate? Please share. Even a quick share on Facebook can help.
The average share raises $97.