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Americares saves lives and improves health for people affected by poverty or disaster so they can reach their full potential. Each year, we reach more than 90 countries and all 50 U.S. states with life-changing health programs, medicine and medical supplies.

With your help, we invest in local health centers, the health workers who staff them and the communities they serve every day and when disaster strikes.

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Priscilla Letendre

Retired teacher Priscilla Letendre does her homework on the causes she supports. In reading about Americares founder Bob Macauley, she learned how Americares helps people long after a crisis. Learning about this life-changing approach inspired Priscilla to extend her support. Read more.

Make the most of your giving:
Drew and Liz Stackel

Drew and Liz Stackel believe in helping those who cannot always help themselves. It’s a value they’ve worked to instill in their children as well. With the couple’s estate gift to Americares, they hope to inspire their children to make a lasting commitment to the causes they believe in. Read more.

Reaching out to help others:
John Garoppolo

John Garoppolo has a constant reminder of how important it is to contribute to nonprofits that address health issues: his guide dog, Garner, was given to him by a charity. John’s visual impairment has made him more aware of the plights of others and the work of Americares. Read more.

Donors who are making a difference

These generous individuals and families have chosen to support our mission to save lives and restore health. By including a gift in their will, they are establishing their legacy and ensuring that we can give health for years to come. Read more.