Our Work

Upcoming Missions and Initiatives

Team Newfoundland: Rural Guatemala, Jan ‘23

his January, team Newfoundland is sending a small team of medical professional volunteers to the outskirts of Guatemala on a rural health mission. Physicians, nurses, and logistical volunteers will spend the week seeing families in need of medical care and will triage surgical cases as needed for future operations. To learn More click here.

Team Newfoundland: Antigua, Guatemala, Feb ‘23

Following Team Newfoundland’s rural health mission in January, there will be a long list of patients in need of surgery, in addition to those who have been waiting even longer. This is why we are sending a surgical team this February to complete the circle of care to help these patients return to their families and their livelihood, following their much-needed surgeries. To learn more click here.

Help Haiti Now Campaign

On , a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck the coast of Haiti causing widespread fear and devastation in the already-suffering country. In its wake, hospitals are struggling to keep up with the demand. We are in constant contact with our partners on the ground and they have identified an intense need for trauma supplies. To meet this urgent need, we’re asking for your help. Learn more here.

Sending a Team to Canada North - Labrador

Team Broken Earth has partnered with the Nunatsiavut Government, Labrador-Grenfell Health and local communities to provide educational courses for first responders and local health care providers. Mission trips to date have included training for first responders and local health care providers in the areas of women and children’s health, chronic disease including diabetes, physiotherapy, remote trauma and overall mental health and wellbeing. Plans are underway to build on this program in 2022. To learn more about our Canada North – Labrador educational mission, please click here.

Dr. David Lacey Memorial Scholarship

Team Broken Earth lost a valued team member and dear friend this past year, Dr. David Lacey. Dr. Lacey volunteered his medical expertise in Haiti and is described as a “man who loved life and giving back”. The Dr. David Lacey Memorial Scholarship has been established by his family to provide annual funding for a Memorial University Medical student to join a support mission in Haiti. The chosen student will have demonstrated excellence in patient-centred and compassionate care. To learn more, please click here.

Good Friday Fish & Chips

It’s Fish & Chips for charity! This Good Friday, April 7th, when you order a 2-piece Fish & Chips with all the fixings, you’ll be directly supporting Team Broken Earth’s 2023 missions! Pick up your feast in Downtown St. John’s! To learn more, please click here.