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Medical Mission Donations Update

By Dr. Martin

Dr. Hart and the rest of the VVC Medical Mission team are preparing for the third annual trip to deliver vein care in the Dominican Republic, but they need your help.

How You can Make a Difference!

Online donations are not currently available, but we have three other convenient options to help change a life:

Donate In-Person at any of Our Offices

Donate By Check via Mail

Make Check Payable To: Hispaniola Medical Charity

Add to Check Memo Line: VVC team

Mail To: C/O Michele Martin, RN

1200 Edgewater Drive

Orlando, FL 32804

Donation of Materials

Please contact Michele Martin via email or by phone at 407-427-0111 to find out how to make your materials donation.

A Small Contribution can Go a Long Way!
Every donation to the Hispaniola Medical Charity for this year’s medical mission trip helps us care for another patient. The people of the Dominican Republic lack many of the basic medical services we take for granted here, so we get visits from many patients who have gone years suffering from advanced vein diseases.

Without enough donations, we will have to turn many of these patients away. Please help us treat as many patients who walk through our door.

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