TCP's Impact Team has witnessed first hand what natural disasters can do to our communities and homes. We aim to impact the lives of those effected by natural disasters by providing relief in the form of supplies and assistance for our neighbors in despair.
We are currently welcoming donations that will be delivered to families in need who have been impacted by Hurricane Laura. Members of our Impact Team will be delivering these supplies and assisting with clean up in the Louisiana communities.
Are you interested in being a part of our Disaster Response Team?
These trips are open to medical and non-medical participants who are interested in delivering medical care and community health education in some of the most remote villages around the world.
The safety and well being of our team, community partners and volunteers is our top priority. Considering the ongoing pandemic, and travel restrictions all of our planned trips are currently on hold. The TCP board is fully committed to providing continued safe guidance, expertise and support to our community partners and for our volunteers when we begin to reschedule travel plans. We know we are going to be traveling again soon, we will continue our commitment to health, safety and well being for everyone involved.
We are aware that conditions are changing constantly, and we must follow the guidelines of international, federal, state, and local regulations in regards to travel. We will continue to monitor the situation and work with our international partners to create new travel dates for our impact trips. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that we direct our impact and volunteers to the most needed locations, while ensuring safety. We remain passionate believers on the impact that hands on health education has on volunteers and the communities we serve. We appreciate your support and patience during this challenging time. Thank you to everyone .