Indiana University Global Medical Brigades
IUGMB in Honduras
Global Brigades (GB) is the world’s largest student-led international development organization. As a secular, California-based 501c3 nonprofit organization, we empower university students and young professionals nation-wide to provide communities in developing countries with sustainable solutions that improve quality of life while respecting local culture and improving the environment. At Indiana University, we plan to build a foundation of volunteers and leaders, each motivated to make a profoud impact on our world.
Global Brigades is leading the way in sustainability in international development. With its unique holistic structure , through the many disciplined brigades, Global Brigades is able to offer sustainable solutions, that will last, to communities in Honduras and Panama the way no other organization can. Be a part of the largest international student-led movement and make YOUR impact on the developing world.
“In working together through our unique gifts, we have moved a step closer in bringing the Americas together through spiritual and physical healing. Your involvement is what is important. The greatest gift is your presence with us, giving and sharing community.”
- Sister Maria Rosa
Founder of Sociedad Amigos de los Niños (SAN)
2/23 6 PM : Mass Meeting and Trip Meeting
To Do List:
Dine and Donate @ Buffa Louie's Wednesday March 5th All Day!
Trip Participants: Make sure you have all your vaccinations, and stay up to date on the payment plan.
Pizza Sale each Thursday @ BH
Canning on Friday, Saturday
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"This March, we traveled to Honduras to help rural Hondurans help themselves. We built latrines, stoves, and new floors; built water systems, glued pipes, and dug trenches. We gave four homes access to clean water--something they had never had in their entire lives. We made change. We educated. However, the people that learned the most were us."