Supporting Sustainable Projects

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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
  • God is Moving in Honduras

    In late May, our team of 9 went to Honduras to work with His Eyes for a week.  We had 4 medical brigade days, and on each traveled to a church that His Eyes had started.   In the mornings, we did medical education with a power point presentation, and in the afternoons saw patients.   As ... [read more]

  • Director of Development Position Available

    FAME has an immediate opening for a Director of Development.  The Director of Development serves as the primary fundraiser for the ministry.  He/she works under the direction of the Executive Director to plan and execute a development/fundraising strategy that effectively targets churches, individual ... [read more]

  • Monthly Prayer Calendar

    Pray With Us! This month's Prayer Calendar features... FAME volunteers, India mission trip participants and the NACC.. [read more]

  • On the Way to Kenya

    On June 3, FAME said farewell to a container bound for Narok, Kenya. Thanks to the help of volunteers willing to come in with only a couple of days notice, all of the supplies were loaded in 4 hours. However, the flexibility required to load the container was typical of the entire process. The story begins in ... [read more]

  • 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]