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On The Road Again
When pandemic-related travel restrictions presented new challenges for us in 2020, an international mission organization like ours could’ve given up hope and pulled back from serving, but not surprisingly, God had different plans for LEAP Global Missions. With our Gala’s theme of “On the Road Again”, we shared this video at the event about LEAP’s return to the mission field after the pandemic and the new ways we have helped those in need around the world..
We deliver medical miracles.
LEAP Global Missions is a Christian organization that provides specialized surgical services to underserved populations around the world. Since 1991, we’ve been called to serve others by sending surgical teams to treat children without access to appropriate medical care, bringing hope and healing in an effort to make the world a better place.
WE TRANSFORM LIVES.
We return to the same communities in India, Haiti, Belize, Mexico, and Zimbabwe. Our mission partners have come to trust and rely upon LEAP to offer ongoing care to children with otherwise unmet surgical needs and to continue care for those who require long-term medical treatment. In times of natural disaster, we also deploy surgical teams as part of a first responder effort in affected areas around the world.
Mary Lamon Memorial Fund
Through a partnership with Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas, LEAP provides extensive, high-quality medical and surgical care to underserved children with such severe craniofacial issues that long-term treatment in their home countries is not feasible. We also arrange their travel to the U.S. and host families to provide a loving environment between surgeries and while they heal.
Cheryl Lamon Memorial Fund
LEAP created the Cheryl Lamon Memorial Fund in memory of Cheryl Lamon, who lost her battle to cancer in early 2019. This program funds several initiatives. The first one identified is Casa Josefina, an orphanage in Cusco, Peru, and its medical clinic, La Fuente Centro de Salud Integral. Secondly, this program funds the travel and surgical costs to bring people to the United States for complex craniofacial surgeries and care which cannot be performed in their home country.