Donate

We raise funds to bring Hesburgh Hospital and our residency programs to full operation and financial self-sufficiency and to cover indigent care until surpluses are high enough to cover our poorest patients.

Planned Giving

Bequests and gifts by beneficiary designation left to AHD are a critical source of funding for the future. You are in no way obligated to do so, but we hope you will tell us if you have remembered AHD in your plans.

If you have decided to make a bequest to Andean Health and Development, please use the following language in your will:

“I give and bequeath ____ (dollar amount, percentage of residuary estate, etc.) to Andean Health and Development, Inc. (Federal Tax I.D.
39-1809174), located in Madison, WI.”

If you have questions about planned giving, please contact laura.dries@andeanhealth.org. Thank you.

Spread the Word

You can help build awareness for Andean Health’s work by hosting a fundraising event in your home or a speaking engagement for Dr. Gaus. You can follow us and share our posts on Facebook and Twitter. Please encourage your friends and family to participate in AHD’s events. Please contact laura.dries@andeanhealth.org to learn more.

Medical Elective

Because our model empowers local staff, we do not have a way to utilize US volunteers at our hospitals. We do not have opportunities for high school or undergraduate students.

Spanish-speaking fourth year medical students and residents may participate in AHD’s month-long elective (cost is $1,500, plus room and board) in Ecuador. Please contact laura.dries@andeanhealth.org for more info.

News

2018 Andean Health Bike Ride

18 intrepid cyclists will ride either 4 or 7 days through Zion National Park July 7-13 to raise funds and awareness for Andean Health & Development.  Here is what the riders of the Andean Health Cycling Team have accomplished over the past seven years:
~ 43,284 miles covered
~ 7 years, 15 states or provinces traversed
~ $1,565,570 raised
Please donate to the ride by visiting this webpage.
100% of donations go to Andean Health & Development and to bringing Hesburgh Hospital to full financial self-sustainability.

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