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Dear Friend:

We are appealing to you to help in a great way with a contribution to those in grave need of dental care. We’re going to need all the help we can get this year because we have larger goals to meet. Because of overwhelming demand for our services on projects, we  need to bring more dental supplies and skilled help to Guatemala. Volunteers travel at their own expense, to provide critical care at no cost to those in need. Funds are required for dental supplies, equipment and transportation costs. Health Outreach needs your support now. Dedicated generous supporters like you enable dental teams to continue working – and – winning. We may even be doing what you personally would wish to do. Circumstances may prevent you from joining us so let this be an opportunity to contribute in your way.

Please note – You will be able to assign your donation in support of a particular volunteer


  1. We follow Canada Revenue Agency guidelines for appraising items and issuing tax receipts for goods-in- kind. 
  2. Items are appraised at “fair market value” If an item is over $1000, a registered professional appraiser may be necessary.
  3. We do not accept sundries items which will expire before the date of the upcoming next project.  We do not accept non-operational equipment. Items may be shipped to Health Outreach, 117 Queen St. South, Unit 2, Mississauga L5M 6B5

So many reasons to donate…

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Is my donation eligible for a tax credit?2021-07-06T03:09:43+00:00

Yes. Health Outreach is an official registered charity in Canada (BN 86175.2889.RR0001). All donations of $10.00 and more will be eligible for tax credit.

How often do your projects run?2021-07-06T03:12:09+00:00

Our projects operate for one week or two-week periods in January and February of each year.

How long can I volunteer for?2021-07-06T03:12:59+00:00

Our programs are currently one or two weeks long.

Is Guatemala a safe country?2021-07-06T03:13:30+00:00

Guatemala is a relatively safe country if one takes basic precautions and uses common sense. Since a peace accord was signed in 1996, Guatemala has enjoyed much less civil unrest than in the past. Some signs however are still evident. Armed soldiers patrol certain areas. These are signs that one must still be sensible.

What parts of Guatemala do you operate in?2022-07-19T03:05:33+00:00

Health Outreach primarily works in rural areas where communities are poor and health services are limited. Our Guatemalan project in 2023 will treat children in Río Dulce villages in eastern Guatemala. Quesada is in the province of Jutiapa located 115 Km from Guatemala. The health clinic is located in the village of Quesada, approximately a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Communities surrounding Old Antigua, an hour’s drive from Guatemala City. All teams will spend some time in Antigua, the newer town, as a stopover and a meeting place to collaborate. Health Outreach also operates in Honduras, specifically in communities surrounding El Porvenir.

Will there be time to travel?2021-07-06T03:16:44+00:00

Yes. In addition to evenings, you will have one weekend to spend at your leisure. Volunteers may take advantage of the numerous cultural sites and activities.

Do you operate in other countries?2021-07-06T03:17:15+00:00

Yes, we have dental clinics in Honduras.

Do I have to be a Canadian citizen to be a Health Outreach volunteer?2021-07-06T03:17:52+00:00

No. We accept volunteers from all over the world who wish to join the Health Outreach team.

I have more questions. How can I get them answered?2021-07-06T03:18:23+00:00

Please contact us by e-mail, preferably [email protected] This is the best way to direct your questions to the right person.


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