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Giving Tuesday

ReSurge is excited to participate on December 3 in this year's Giving Tuesday, a new national day to kick off and celebrate the giving season.

On Giving Tuesday, instead of shopping, make a charitable gift in honor of a friend or loved one. Explore the funding examples below to see how your gift can truly transform lives.


Double Your Gift

A generous donor has agreed to match all Giving Tuesday gifts made online on December 3, up to $75,000. Double your gift by giving on December 3 through the donate link below! Many employers also match charitable donations. Ask your company if it has a matching gift program to match your charitable gift.


Examples of How Your Gift Can Have Impact

$25 can help provide educational materials to international medical partners for further training
$30 can help send one burn patient to a physical therapy camp in Nepal
$50 can help provide a short training fellowship to an international medical partner
$100 can ensure that two children born with cleft lips or palates can receive orthodontic care following surgery
$250 can provide one life-changing hand surgery for a child so they can hold a pencil, write and succeed in school
$500 can provide nutritional supplements for 40 children so they can become healthy enough to undergo surgery
$1,000 can enable one volunteer doctor or nurse to travel to a developing country to perform surgeries and educate his or her local counterpart
$2,500 can provide state-of-the-art surgical training to 15 doctors and nurses in developing countries so they can care for members of their community




Surgery is often just the beginning. Occupational and physical therapy are critical for patients following surgery to ensure that surgeries have the most lasting, transformative impact possible. > more
Our education program delivers training directly where it is needed and is a linchpin in our efforts to build surgical capacity and increase access to medical care. > more
The ability to use one's hands is crucial, particularly in developing countries. Read this story of a little girl in Bolivia who had her hands repaired by our surgical team. > more
Our amazing volunteers make much of our work possible and are integral to our objective of creating long-term, sustainable medical care around the world. > more
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