WE ARE EMI

Launched in 2016, Everyday Miracles International establishes clinics where people in need have no access to primary healthcare. We are currently focused on bringing this assistance to people in Central America and Haiti.

Everyday Miracles International is a Christian organization. Our Christian faith is what motivates us to serve others with love, compassion and integrity.  EMI provides assistance to people of all faiths, and those with no faith, without discrimination, nor do we put any conditions on our aid.  EMI’s goal is to minister to those in need while acknowledging and respecting their culture and customs

Through your donations, we are able to send medical teams to some of the world’s most impoverished people. Here’s how it works:

We provide primary healthcare and education.

In addition to building and staffing medical centres or operating mobile clinics, we promote public health by educating people about the prevention and treatment of common health problems and diseases. We also educate local medical professionals in the most up to date medical information and treatments.

The importance of Medical Teams.

Our amazing volunteers get things done! Our doctors, nurses, and dentists, along with support staff, save lives — and have profound impacts on communities. Through diagnosis and treatment of current conditions as well as health education, the quality of life in these communities is changed for the better.

 

Join a Team

You can make a major impact in the lives of people who need you. We need doctors, dentists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals as well as support people to work alongside them.

Learn more about the teams we need.

Donate

The medical aid we provide requires the financial support of caring people like you. Consider making a donation to support our global efforts. As EMI is a registered charity, you will receive a tax receipt. We will advise how your contribution is making a difference with frequent updates to EMI’s blog.

Updates
We keep people updated with our blog. Here's the latest: