Call for Medical and Non-Medical Volunteers

 

Global Care Force is looking for uniquely qualified individuals, both medical and non-medical, to serve in communities around the globe with limited to no access to healthcare.

Medical professionals and teams provide direct care to individuals and families with a variety of acute and chronic conditions. GCF volunteers may serve as part of mobile medical teams in Ukraine, or individually to asylum seekers and migrants arriving at the southern border, or homeless shelters and hospices in other locations throughout the United States and Mexico.

Non-medical volunteers serve as caregivers and assist the shelter staff with; providing comfort to the guests, food preparation, cleaning, maintenance and overall supervision of the shelter.

Global Care Force volunteers serve without distinction, provide continuity of care to those in need, and are respectful of other cultures and faiths.

If you are interested in volunteering or would like to sponsor a volunteer, please click below.

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You Would Be a Great Fit if You Are:

Medical:

  • A medical professional with current licensure
  • Primary/urgent/emergency care expertise

All volunteers:

  • Experience working in austere conditions
  • Ability to volunteer for up to 14 days
  • Willing to fundraise for clinic and logistic expenses (Global Care Force’s Connect to Care platform can help)
  • Valid passport with 6 months or longer expiration.
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Volunteer Opportunities

Mobile Medical Teams

Ukraine

Mobile Medical Teams provide primary care to individuals and families in communities with limited to no other access to medical care. Common chronic conditions are hypertension, diabetes/mellitus, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and sleep disorders, as well as seasonal issues such as URI disorders.

A two week commitment is required. Includes travel dates.

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Medical and Non-medical Volunteers

Southern Border

Volunteers provide medical care to asylum seekers and migrants arriving at the southern border in El Paso, Texas. Volunteers treat shelter guests for a variety of acute and chronic conditions, maternal child health needs, and women’s health care issues.

Non-medical volunteers assist the shelter staff with ongoing maintenance, food preparation, and overall supervision of the shelter.

A seven-day minimum commitment is required.

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Summer Camp Volunteers

Rosarito, Mexico

The Missionaries of Charity Sisters need volunteers to serve at a summer camp for local neighborhood children who live below the poverty line. Approximately 100 children between 5-12 years of age are expected to attend.

Teams of up to 10 individuals are preferred. Teen groups are welcome with an adult chaperone. A two week commitment from July 22-August 6, 2024 is required.

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Caregiver

San Francisco, California

The Missionaries of Charity Sisters seek medical and non-medical volunteers at Gift of Love Hospice as they care for men at the end of life.

Gift of Love provides a loving, family environment where volunteers serve in ways that match the needs of the Sisters, including the monitoring of residents at night. Non-medical volunteers serve in household duties, preparing meals, gardening, reading to patients, or simply sitting with them to let them know they are not alone.

Preferred medical volunteers (RNs, LPNs, CNAs, MA’s, EMT’s, Paramedics, Students) provide assistance with wound care and medication administration.

A seven-day minimum commitment is required. (Two-four weeks preferred).

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Caregiver/Shelter Assistant

Tijuana, Mexico

The Missionaries of Charity Sisters seek compassionate caregivers who can provide basic care while treating men experiencing end of life needs and also serving those who are homeless with dignity and respect.

Medical and non-medical caregivers assist the Sisters in caring for those suffering from end-of-life diseases and assist in providing meals and overnight shelter to those in need.

Spanish skills are a plus but not required. A seven-day minimum commitment is required. (Two to four weeks preferred).

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Caregiver

Rosarito, Mexico

The Missionaries of Charity Sisters seek compassionate medical and non-medical volunteers to assist with the care of elderly men experiencing end-of-life diseases, chronic illness, and homelessness.

Volunteers serve as personal caregivers to provide daily care for the men, treating them with dignity and respect.

Spanish language skills are a plus but not required. A seven-day minimum commitment is required. (Two to four weeks preferred).

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Shelter Assistant

Gallup, New Mexico

The Missionaries of Charity Sisters need compassionate volunteers to serve as shelter assistants at their soup kitchen and overnight shelter. Volunteers help with meal preparation, sleeping accommodations, and other tasks such as shelter maintenance and laundry assistance.

Teams of two men or a married couple are preferred. Navajo and Spanish language skills are a plus but not required.

A seven-day minimum commitment is required. (Two to four weeks preferred).

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Volunteer

Gallup, New Mexico

Gallup First Church of the Nazarene seeks compassionate volunteers who can assist with serving the Geriatric population in the Navajo Nation.

Volunteers serve by chopping and delivering wood, and distributing food and water. Adult health education programs and assessment.

Teams of 5-10 individuals are preferred. A seven-day minimum commitment is required. (Two to four weeks preferred).

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Medical and non-medical volunteers

Cactus, Texas

Cactus Nazarene Compassionate Ministry Center needs medical and non-medical volunteers to assist refugees employed in the meatpacking and dairy farm industry.

The Ministry Center serves the needs of the Cactus community, a population of 3,100. Refugees and asylum seekers, representing 30 nationalities, make up 90% of the population. Volunteers assist with medical care, after-school programs, ESL classes, maintenance, social work, and summer camps.

The ministry center provides whole-body wellness and spirituality to those living at or below the poverty line.

Teams of up to 12 individuals are preferred. A seven-day minimum commitment is required. (Two to four weeks preferred). Spanish skills are a plus, but not required.

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Join the Force

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Click on Volunteer or Donate below to start your journey to Join the Force.

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Faces of the Force

James Marcum

James Marcum had never heard of Global Care Force until a TV interview with a former volunteer dropped into his YouTube feed. He had been looking into other opportunities to volunteer in Ukraine and soon realized Global Care Force was a perfect fit for what he sought.

Faces of the Force

Guy and Marilynn Fiocco

Doctors Guy and Marilynn Fiocco will remember many things from their volunteer service in Ukraine with the mobile medical clinics. The lines of people patiently waiting to see a doctor, the very high blood pressures and obvious pain and stress of the individuals, and bullet holes in the slide of an abandoned playground. What will stay with them is the gratitude and heartfelt thanks of the Ukrainian people.

Connect to Care

Learn about our volunteers and how you can support their volunteer service. 

Dylan Neel, RN

is going to Ukraine

My parents instilled a powerful desire to lend a helping hand to those in need. Now, I have found myself in a position with skills to help those in need in Ukraine. I look forward to volunteering in Ukraine February 2-18, and do what I can to help the people of Ukraine get access to healthcare in areas affected by war.

Leanna Stoufer, Volunteer

is going to Ukraine

This is my dream opportunity. Since day two of the full-scale invasion, I’ve been seeking ways to be of good service in Ukraine. I’ve found many ways to be involved, but this, being part of a team providing direct, trauma-informed services to civilians in need, truly fills my heart. That’s why I will volunteer in Ukraine February 5-18, 2024.

Eileen Flynn, Volunteer

is going to Ukraine

After having worked with Ukrainian refugees at RCTV Memoria in Moldova, it was clear how many of them required not just help with housing but also medical and mental health treatments. The Mobile Medical Teams through Global Care Force allows me to be on the ground in Ukraine, where the need is the highest, helping those who cannot escape the ongoing war. So much assistance is needed, so I am volunteering in March and am excited to be part of the solution.

 

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“By dedicating some portion of your life by serving others, you will discover an inner power that will transform you. There is no greater purpose than to care for others in need. When you do, you’ll never be the same!”

Dr. Gary Morsch
Founder & Executive Chairman