Supporting Sustainable Projects

Partnering with international missionaries and churches to empower medical evangelism through:

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Shipping Medicines and Supplies

Generous donations provide medical resource support to international ministries that seek to do evangelism through medical outreach:

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Mobilizing Short-Term Trips

Be the hands and feet of the Great Physician as you meet personal physical needs and the spiritual needs of patients.

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News & Updates
  • Health Days in Honduras

    In less than one week, our Honduras team will be on their way to Tegucigalpa, Honduras to serve with missionaries Felipe and Valerie Colby, directors of the ministry of “His Eyes”. FAME has sent Short-term teams to Honduras for almost 15 years now. These medical teams have treated hundreds of patients at ... [read more]

  • Sustainable Projects in Myanmar and Around the World

    I recently saw a post by one of my Facebook friends - Simon Thaung.  Simon is one of FAME's mission partners, working with Asia Christian Services in Myanmar.  Here is what he said:  "Thank you FAME… for your partnership to establish MULASHIDI HOSPITAL, Putao 10 years ago. Now it is going ... [read more]

  • Sending the Love of Christ to Haiti

    Saturday April 9th was loading day at FAME for a shipment of medical supplies and equipment headed to Haiti. FAME partners with Nehemiah Vision Ministries (NVM) in Haiti to provide much needed healthcare and hope in Jesus. And speaking of partnerships, FAME did not meet NVM’s needs alone. We received donated ... [read more]

  • Sharing the Love of Christ Through Shipping

    A core element of the ministry of FAME is shipping much needed medical supplies around the world. Over the past month, FAME has received supply requests from current partners and new partners in 15 different countries.  We have sent a shipping container to Uganda with over 12,000 pounds of supplies inside ... [read more]

  • Myanmar CHE TOT 1 Training

    CHE TOT 1 Training Myanmar [read more]